Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Both Republicans and Democrats may groan as they look at the presidential nominees for 2016. Many Americans, even believers, are left feeling confused, hopeless, and uninterested in casting a ballot. In fact, according to a recent Reuters poll, “as many as a quarter of self-described ‘born-again’ Christians say they will vote for neither of the two leading political candidates for U.S. president.”
Marked as the deadliest mass shooting in United States history, the Orlando tragedy left close to 50 dead and over 50 wounded. This shooting, which occurred in the early morning of June 12th at a gay nightclub, followed a string of mass shootings in our nation’s history. Mass killings have become increasingly common in America, especially recently with the rise of radical Islam.
“The power of prayer can never be overrated. They who cannot serve God by preaching need not regret it if they can be mighty in prayer. The true strength of the Church lies there. This is the sinew which moves the arm of Omnipotence. If a man can but pray, he can do anything! He that knows how to overcome with the Lord in prayer has Heaven and earth at his disposal. There is nothing…which you cannot accomplish if you can but prevail with God in prayer!” -Charles Spurgeon
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