National Day of Prayer: Watch Members of Congress Defend Day of Prayer

Congressman Forbes joined 30 Members of Congress and spokesmen from faith organizations representing millions of people across the country, for  a bi-partisan press conference to directly respond to the decision of one unelected judge to substitute her own opinion for what the Constitution says and protects.  Throughout our nation’s history, prayer and religion have been deeply woven into the foundation of our great democracy. The federal judge’s decision to call the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional represents a movement we are seeing across the country of a small minority who want to exclude faith, religion, and morality from the marketplace of ideas.

Members of the Congressional Prayer Caucus encourage you to join them in the fight as they continue to work defend religious liberty and our Nation’s spiritual heritage.


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One Response to National Day of Prayer: Watch Members of Congress Defend Day of Prayer

  1. Carl J. Daubenspeck says:

    Praise be to God our Savior even the Lord Jesus Christ. To Him who is faithful beyond our wildest imagining may He be praised! Please be secure in the knowledge that God is not a respector of persons but that he searches the hearts and the souls of man; to wit therein He may also bequeath to us a prayerful people a measure of His wisdom, that we not squander the provision of prayer He has so aptly taught us to concede as needful and bind in our hearts this sincere resolution to continue showing our need for Him by having a National Day of Prayer.
    Thank you
    To God be the Glory!

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