Daily Wisdom

December 26, 2006

Pray For President Bush


It is a moment of decision for President Bush as he contemplates a new set of tactics in the Iraq war. At such a moment in history, we ought to be praying for him.

We also ought to pray that God will guide our leaders and give them wisdom. Let us pray that our leaders will humble themselves and seek God's will. Let us pray that those who seek to kill innocent Iraqis will be scattered like chaff before the wind. Let us pray that peace will come soon to this war-weary land.

6 Comments:

At 12/26/2006 8:26 PM , Anonymous R.A.M. said...

Thanks Hawkeye for the reminder!

I,(WE), shouldn't need to be reminded to pray for our elected leaders, but I guess it is human nature to not think past our own families when praying until reminded or asked.

I ask God to help me do better in the new year!

God's blessing to you! John

 
At 12/28/2006 9:13 AM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Thanks John,
God Bless you too.

 
At 12/31/2006 6:18 PM , Blogger cranky old fart said...

"Let us pray that our leaders will humble themselves and seek God's will"

I thought that's what Bush did in the first place. Least that's what he said.

 
At 12/31/2006 7:47 PM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Dear Mr. Fart,
Thanks for sharing.

 
At 1/04/2007 10:40 AM , Blogger camojack said...

I do, daily...among (many) other things.

 
At 1/05/2007 6:59 PM , Anonymous west coast liberal said...

I agree that we should pray for Bush to make the right decisions but unfortunately, it looks like that is not going to happen.

I am all for sending more troops to annihilate the insurgents once and for all but 20,000 more is NOT gonna do it. Unfortunately, the army is already over-stretched and sending 20,000 more troops, let alone any more than that, will mean that the Army is precariously close to being broken.

It's time you and your pals in this blog face up to reality. Unless Bush can conjure up 100,000 troops out of thin air, the battle in Iraq is lost.

 

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