Amen … not A man and a woman …

This congressman closes his very “politically correct” prayer … A man and a woman … not AMEN!

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  1. Don’t Let Anger Win!

    Ending their prayer for the opening of the “new” congress with Aman awoman, our nation has chosen its path: God’s Judgement.

    This year, it will be difficult not to become angry with some of the actions we are forced to witness. We will be angry at the lack of respect of our Lord, the mistreatment of good people, the laws passed by Congress… and so much more…

    But as the Lord says in Romans 12:19, “ Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord” We need not “get even”, in the end, God will see that Justice is done.

    But that still leaves the emotion of our anger to deal with. What can we do with that? We can ask our Father in Jesus’ Name to lighten that burden, for it is too heavy for us to carry. And we can consciously work at remembering to pity those who do not follow Christ. For when we truly think about it, one day in Hell is too long. Imagine an eternity? It’s not a fate we would wish anyone.,,

    So when anger fills your heart, justified or not, empty it. Remember that steady determination will accomplish much more than uncontrolled anger. Instead, shift your focus. Focus on your future in Heaven and on Jesus who will bring us there. Focus on the natural beauty of the world that God created for us. Focus on those you love.

    Ask God in Jesus’ Name for the Peace that only He can give. Ask the Holy Spirit in Jesus’ Name for Help. Pray Always, especially when you don’t feel like it.

    As the saying goes, “Never Give Up & Never Give In”. If we fall, and we will, with Christ’s Help, GET UP! We KNOW where we are going. And we KNOW how to get there. Follow Jesus. Trust God. And we will meet in Heaven-together 🙂

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