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The One Year Yellow Ribbon Devotional: Take a Stand in Prayer for Our Nation and Those Who ServeBrenda Pace, Carol McGlothlinTyndale House / 2008 / Trade Paperback$9.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Pray for Our Nation: Scriptural Prayers to Revive Our Country - eBookHarrison House / 2010 / ePub$2.995 Stars Out Of 5 21 Reviews
In The Power of a Praying® Nation, Stormie Omartian challenges Christians to pray for the land they call home. Using a similar format found in her other bestselling books on prayer, Stormie tackles tough questions about praying for our country and offers sample prayers that readers can use to pray for government and community leaders, the heroic men and women whose job it is to protect us (police officers, firefighters, soldiers), and for the welfare and healing of our nation. The subjects Stormie covers include:
- Why do bad things happen to innocent people?
- How do we pray for our enemies?
- What does it mean to be "a nation whose God is the Lord"?
Readers will find encouragement for today and hope for the future as they join with other believers and, as one people, offer up their country to God in prayer.
HEARTColorado Springs, COGender: male5 Stars Out Of 5God's Gift to an Ailing NationNovember 12, 2012HEARTColorado Springs, COGender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5"...we begin to believe our country is great because of us, when it's really because of God(!). If our country ever ceases to be great, it will be because we stoped acknowledging God's greatness on our behalf." Stormie's words of power have more relevance now than when she wrote them in 2002.
We are witnessing the dismantling of our nation from within, the denegration of marriage and those values held by preceding generations, and now the reaffirmation for a 2nd term, a president incapable of hearing God's call. God needs us. The author is that unmistakable voice, beckoning the reader to cherish Him, to love Him above all else, - before it is too late. Many trees went to blade to make this book. Don't mourn the trees; read the book.