Pray for the details: 2020 election

August 27, 2020

Father, I believe you are calling your intercessors worldwide to pray about the 2020 United States Presidential election.

I believe that you give those believers who will pray insight and revelation knowledge of what You desire that we pray, declare and decree before, during, and after the election.

“In addition to praying for the candidates, pray about
the daily details faced by those in charge of the entire voting process.”

Father, I ask that you supply everything needed by every voter registration office in the United States in order to plan, prepare for and conduct an efficient, orderly, honest and accurate election.

Give the people in charge of those critical offices all the assistance, information, knowledge and wisdom they need in order to plan and prepare well.

Keep them and those who assist them safe and healthy during this process.

Assign angel warriors around every area involved, keeping peace between persons concerned and involved in the work, so that no intentions for trouble-making can be carried out.

Provide the essential know-how, manpower, materials and equipment at all voting places, as well as all locations where ballots will be counted.

Assure that the voting and the counting is done in the most timely and orderly manner possible, without problems or delays caused by people or equipment whether deliberate or accidental, so that the results in every precinct will be accurate.

Importantly, assure that the official reporting — and the media reporting — of the results will be timely, orderly, and accurate also.

Thank you, Father. In Jesus name I pray, Amen.

Intercessors, can you agree with this prayer? Is there anything that you feel needs to be added? Your prayerful comments are appreciated.

Additional prayers may be posted between now and election day. Thank you for reading and for praying.

Sheep clothing

I listened to a few minutes of a CNN program this afternoon.  A few minutes was all I could stomach.  Four talking heads sat around a table asking, “Where is the Religious Right?” (in this Presidential election.)

They discussed the self-proclaimed faith of John McCain and Barak Obama, first denouncing an email that went around months ago stating that Obama was a Muslim, and why that was unfair and untrue.

He was born a Muslim, given a Muslim name, and that was enough to get that email going the rounds, right or wrong.  But he claims he is a Christian and the panel seemed to think everyone should take his word for it. “Judge not,” you know.

People forget that Jesus also said, “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgments.”  (John 7:24)

In Matthew 7, Jesus explained one way to do that.  “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing… you shall know them by their fruits.” (Matt. 7:15-16)

There is plenty of fruit to judge in both these men’s lives and records.  I don’t vote according to who appeals to my pocketbook.  I vote according to moral principles and particularly protection of the weakest among us. I vote after I do a thorough inspection of the fruit.

Too many voters seem to be falling for a wolf in sheep’s clothing this election. They don’t take the time and effort to check the records, think prayerfully about what they learn and then decide.

As I continue to watch and pray, my fervent prayer is that God will have mercy on America!