Did Your Church Pray for Trump Today?

I am curious to hear from folks who attended churches today that took Franklin Graham’s call to prayer seriously.  How did you pray for Trump?  Were the prayers political in nature? Did your pastor pray from the pulpit?  Did you pray against Trump’s enemies? Did your church specifically mention Graham’s call?

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10 thoughts on “Did Your Church Pray for Trump Today?

  1. At St Boniface in Anaheim, we celebrated the Mass of the Ascension.

    (Just like we celebrated the Feast of Christ the King the same Sunday Grinning Ed Young preached his Seven-Day Christian Sex Challenge sitting on a bed with his wife.)

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  2. Surprisingly no.
    I think it is appropriate and biblical to pray for political leaders. I think it best to pray for their salvation, wisdom from God, teachable hearts, humility, and things like that.
    I expected to hear Trump prayed for but it didn’t happen. I would say pretty often the pastor mentions him as “the president” in prayer and prays is a fairly nonpartisan way.
    I know that I may be the only non Trumper in the church.

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  3. I don’t think that this is what the heretic Franklin Graham had in mind. I think Franklin Graham would answer you no, that he wanted a partisan celebration of the Nazi in Chief. People like Franklin Graham and his IDEOLOGICAL father Oliver Cromwell al-Baghdadi (as opposed to his biological father and decent man Billy Graham and I might misremember the British Republican tyrant’s name) are the reason why Christianity is in decline in America.

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  4. In my Church- the Catholic Church, the true Christian Church, we had a generic prayer for all civil authorities in the United States, so this would include Trump, but not in the politicized way that the “court” Evangelical Franklin Graham had in mind. I pray for the Nazi scumbag’s impeachment and for the destruction of neo-Puritan Fundamentalist Protestant province of Islamic State!

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  5. Our Episcopal congregation prays for the president, the governor, our county mayor, and our city mayor by first name almost every Sunday, including today.

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  6. I belong to a large non- denominational Christian Church just south of Seattle. No, we did not pray for Trump. ( we worshipped Jesus as Lord. Our Senior pastor did get several requests this past week to do so.

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  7. Yes – the pastor prayed for President Trump from the pulpit. It was not political.

    On Sun, Jun 2, 2019 at 2:19 PM the way of improvement leads home wrote:

    > johnfea posted: “I am curious to hear from folks who attended churches > today that took Franklin Graham’s call to prayer seriously. How did you > pray for Trump? Were the prayers political in nature? Did your pastor pray > from the pulpit? Did you pray against Trump’s enemi” >

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