Send The Rain

J, given our pronounced differences on the state of America’s religious underpinnings and the propriety of visible exercise and application of religious beliefs by public officials: what is your take on the Governor of Georgia, Sonny Perdue, leading a session of intercessory prayer with Christian leaders on the steps of the State Capitol asking God to send rain on the drought-affected region?

“We’ve come together here simply for one reason and one reason only: To very reverently and respectfully pray up a storm,” Perdue said.

I believe that, just as an individual does not lose their responsibility to follow God’s commands. There is never a wrong time to humble ourselves, pray, and seek our God’s face. In the same way there is never a wrong time to speak and act for the truth.

Do your ideas differ or not?

2 thoughts on “Send The Rain”

  1. I don’t see anything wrong with her expressing her prayer as she herself is a Christian – as it would seem. She is doing it of her own accord and because it is probably a quality that she was democratcially elected upon. As for on state property I see nothing wrong with that. We both know the libs spout their venom whenever they can and I don’t believe in double standards.

    Nevertheless, I still don’t believe what the Congressmen did was wise. He should’ve witnessed by saying, “I’m going to be taking Bible to China as I’m a faithful Christian… Who is going with me?” That would blow my socks off! But nothing less than pathos came from his political mouth. Now I am clearly judging him based on this one video which I agree isn’t much; but we are talking about this as a case. He’s probably a good Congressmen otherwise.

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