Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Praying for Spiritual Revival In America
It was a sight to behold inside a conference ballroom at the downtown Marriott hotel in Des Moines, Iowa, as hundreds of Iowa pastors called out to God and prayed over two U.S. senators, both of whom seem interested in running for president of the United States.
Ted Cruz, who received a warm greeting, spoke for about 30 minutes and then took questions from the audience. He outlined how he championed religious freedom cases ranging from the Ten Commandments to the Mojave Cross case. He touched on how to go about eliminating Obamacare; he called for abolishing the IRS (which received a standing ovation), and on the issue of marriage he said, âThereâs no issue where we need to be more on our kneesâŠwe are facing an assault on marriage.â
As for Rand Paul, he spoke for about 20 minutes and then the pastors prayed for the senator and his wife Kelly. Paul spent the bulk of his time explain how liberty,...
They are right about one thing, Americans need to turn to God in repentance , true repentance , and get right because His hand is not on us any longer. We need revival in our lives. The only hope America and the world has is Jesus Christ, there literally is nothing and no one else that can save change and deliver our spiritually bankrupt country , government , churches and lives. According to Daniel 9 ,God have mercy on us please. Awaken us , remove the blinders over our hearts and minds, show us what we are truly like, change our hearts because we can't , we are weak , without you we are nothing and can do nothing.
last time I heard it was "God's will" to trade our freedoms for security and bring "democracy" -- what exactly are they complaining about?? they wanted 501 status, foreign adventures, and surveillance and they got it!! now they don't like it.
BWS wrote: While there are some good points about both of these men as conservatives, one is a Roman Catholic (who defends idols of course, icon Christianity in this article) and the other a Libertarian. Be very careful what you wish for as a candidate for you will get the whole package, not just the good points.
Amen. Let us have a man with at least some good points, since none are going to be perfect. None of them live out whatever their whole package is anyway. And we certainly know what it is like when there are no good points that matter to the office.