A Moment of Silence

Join me today in praying for our country?

I have no words, just heartache today. So I will mourn and tomorrow take up the sword of hope again. My hope is in Jesus as your hope should be, because without hope we let them win by giving up. Continue the fight. Continue to do the right thing. Continue to volunteer, love your neighbor and enemy, and continue to live in relationship with Jesus.

Mike Huckabee said it best:

“There is a lot to be disappointed by in the election results this evening and I am disappointed, but not despondent.

Tonight’s results only remind me that our country has slipped into a deeper state of dependence on government than I wanted to believe. Where the Goliath of government has grown so too has our dependency.

It’s also increasingly apparent to me that our real problems are not political, but spiritual. Both parties have failed to acknowledge that. Democrats have not wanted to even acknowledge the need for God in our public institutions, but sadly, many of the Republican leadership will acknowledge God, but not because they believe we should be humble before Him, but to use God in our speeches and platforms. We wear our love of Israel like a badge of courage but on the issues of life and marriage too many of our leaders are more like lambs than Lions of Judah.

Well now maybe our Republican Party will look at itself in the mirror. I feel that we shouldn’t pack up and quit, but gear up and get ready for the next battle. That’s what we do as people of faith and a party of principle. We don’t stop believing what we believe. We do a better job of doing what we’re supposed to do. That’s how you attract voters and win elections. And that is how you save America from herself.”

Join me today as I pray for our country.



2 thoughts on “A Moment of Silence”

  1. I am praying….I can do nothing else 🙂 Disheartening but my hope is still in the Lord as is your, yet it pains me to see what this country will have to go through for the next four years. I hope I am wrong.


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