Many discussions have been in The Examiner on prayer, and without it we have nothing. Prayer is an earnest request, humble entreaty to mighty God.
Many discussions have been in The Examiner on prayer, and without it we have nothing. Prayer is an earnest request, humble entreaty to mighty God. God is the creator, ruler of the universe and all powerful and almighty. “God is, was and always shall be, in the beginning, God.” Prayer is the answer to all things and vital to humanity. Without it, see what God doesn’t do. He’s in charge.
Years ago, there was a female by the name of Madalyn O’Hare, the instigator against prayer in public schools, saying “prayer must stop,” (and it did, for this). Eventually, students gathered around the flag poles and prayed (not inside).
Federal and state meetings begin with prayer and in Washington the Senate meetings begin thus, and close with confusion. While federal and state meetings begin with prayer, they disqualify some public meetings of prayers.
The Bible says:
“Evening and morning and noon, will I pray, and cry aloud and He shall hear my voice.” – Psalms 55:17.
“But thou when thou prayest, enter into thy closet and when thou hast shut the door, pray to thy Father, which is in secret shall reward thee openly.” – Matthew 6:6.
From the inscription on Plymouth Rock monument, “Everyone through countless ages, should have Liberty! Our song “America” says “land where our Fathers died, land of the Pilgrims pride, from every mountainside, let freedom ring.”