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My Prayer for President Obama

In Politically Speaking, reflectons on December 5, 2010 at 5:48 pm

 

Dear Lord,

Please let President Obama know that he has many people who continue to pray for him and his beautiful family. 

In the face of adversity, please let President Obama remain strong and confident. 

Lord, please give President Obama the strength that he will need to continue working for the common folk—the hardworking Americans who face unemployment, debt, and “common” problems. 

Please guide President Obama as he tries to figure out how to work with people who have a completely different agenda.

Please let President Obama be open to viable ideas and suggestions.  But, please let him continue to fight when a fight is necessary.     

Please protect President Obama from those who hate him just because…

When the going gets tough and tougher, please whisper in President Obama’s ear, “There are people, many of whom you may never meet and greet, who believe in your leadership.  They know it takes time to make a difference.  These people greatly appreciate your efforts.” 

Please let President Obama remember that there are so many people who are very proud of him.    

Please let President Obama remember that we need his leadership.

When things get rough, please let President Obama remember that the devil is strongest when good is trying to prevail.

Please let President Obama know that we need him to continue to pave the way for change in this country.   

Please, Lord, give this man the wisdom and courage to do his job and do it well.

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