Vote for prez supporting traditional marriage

Traditional marriagePRAYER ALERT: Tomorrow may signal the turning point in the US Presidential election. More than 150 evangelical leaders supporting traditional marriage and family values (and opposing abortion, human cloning and open homosexuality in the military) are now meeting near Houston, Texas. They are seeking agreement on a presidential candidate who will support these family values. Until now evangelicals have divided their support among Republican candidates who are attacking each other relentlessly. Many now doubt anyone will end up with enough support to defeat Obama. The Obama administration has refused to enforce the Defense of Marriage Act. It has consistently pushed for federal funding for abortion. It has promoted the gay agenda, including open homosexuality and even bestiality in the military! It’s now embarked on an all-out campaign to impose the gay agenda on all nations which receive any US aid. Let’s pray for the evangelical leaders to come to an agreement. Let’s pray for the coming elections to result in completely different, family-friendly policies supporting traditional marriage.

AGREE IN PRAYER WITH US: We come before You as our loving and almighty Father, from whom every family on earth takes its name. We thank You for Your good plan for one-man, one-woman traditional marriage to be fruitful and multiply. We thank You for Your plan to fill the earth with children who have fathers and mothers to look after them, till they grow to become fathers and mothers. We grieve before You that for the first time in history, powerful nations are conspiring together to defy Your good plan. They want to redefine traditional marriage. They want to take away parents’ rights, and to expose children to homosexual propaganda and predators. Turn the heart of the true fathers to their children. Turn the hearts of the children to their true fathers.

Thanks you for the many evangelical champions of family values who are meeting today and tomorrow. They have been fighting the good fight against ruthless and godless enemies. Bring them into agreement, in prayer and in action, on how to win this fight for the sake of the nation and the world. Raise up a president, even if it is a repentant Obama himself, who will choose judges and cabinet members and policies that protect the most vulnerable members of the human race. They include the unborn and children. Move on US voters to vote for family-friendly and globally-responsible candidates who support your plan for traditional marriage. Help all of us work together to restore families with true God-given male and female identities. Help us find our deepest identity in Jesus, the only way to the Father. Help us overcome all anti-Christian agendas and let Your government increase. And release Your good plans for families of all races to prosper. Release Your plans for free markets to revive the global economy. Make the US to be more than ever a blessing to the world. In Jesus’ name, amen.

For related BPN articles on this subject:

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Tags: traditional marriage, evangelical, homosexual agenda, same sex marriage, family values, abortion, human cloning, homosexuality in military, doma, 2012 presidential election, traditional marriage vows, traditional marriage act

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