Powered by 4 - March 18, 2016

Especially Leaders

Today's reading: 1 Timothy 2:1-15

An advocate for prayer, Paul counsels Timothy that prayer should be put forth for all people, but specifically for those who are rulers and leaders. This charge is a good one at all times, but is particularly relevant right now in the United States since we're in the middle of an election year. The charge to pray regularly for political leaders is not something new to me, yet it's one I don't practice enough. And, it's not just political leaders who need our prayers. Our church leaders and people we work for, both owners and supervisors, need prayer too.

Is it your practice to pray for political leaders (national, state, county)? What about church leaders and leaders in the workplace? Would you join me in praying for our current leaders and those yet to be elected today? Tami

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