A Time to Pray, Not Protest

I know that many who will read this disrespect, disregard, and even despise President Trump, but I am compelled to call on us all to pray for him, the First Lady, and the entire administration as they face the growing needs of our nation.

“This is an unprecedented situation.”

How many times have we heard that in the past two months? Yet, once again. If ever there were a time for us to put our grievances against President Trump (and those associated with him) aside, shouldn’t it be now? This does not mean we ignore our political differences with him. It only means that we choose to not make them a priority right now.

Despite the ardent efforts, hopes and even prayers of some, he is still the President of the United States. He is still the one who is making very important decisions. He is still the one whom these burdens all fall. He needs our prayer support. He and his team need wisdom, strength, courage, and discernment. We must not hope he stumbles in handling these crisis, but pray he is most successful. The needs in our nation today are not going to be aided by his failure to lead well.

Please, pray for our leaders through this season of crisis. I have a strong feeling it will not be over soon.


2 thoughts on “A Time to Pray, Not Protest

  1. I am not an American citizen but you are right ,Caroline, to recall the president Trump khas been elected so he is the president of all of the Americans. And yes he needs prayers because the international situation is threatening;.
    Love ❤


  2. Yes Carolyn, I thank God for President Trump and Melania, and yes, we are joining you in heartfelt prayers for the President and our nation in these times.

    Great post Carolyn, be encouraged! : )

    Love, Amelia


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