Pray for revival in the nations and for God to continue what He started in Ushuaia, Argentina
Pray for the people of Israel, their protection, and for them to come to know Jesus as Messiah
Pray for the exposure of and to stop all sex trafficking
Pray for our nation and President Trump, Vice President Pence, and their advisors.
Pray for God's protection, guidance over the youth, and the children of America.
Pray for the protection and safety of our borders
Pray for US active-duty and deployed Military members and their families
Pray for Randall Terry, Pro-Life Activist (see page below)
Should Christians Support President Trump?
Biblical Examples of Men that may Guide us Regarding President Trump:
As we look at biblical history, we can see that God often used flawed, sinful, even pagan men to fight for justice, resist oppression, and help His people. And, by the way, I don't think Trump is a pagan. I have no idea wht his spiritual helath is. God knows. Perhaps we can best judge this whole situation by looking into the past at what God did through some of His servants - and even pagans.
Gideon: Israel fell into idolatry, so God brought the Midianites to oppress them. God raised up Gideon to defeat the Midianites, with 300 men. God knew Gideon had the passion to fight to save Israel. Yet after this, Gideon made a "golden ephod" which led Israel back to the sin of idolatry. (See Judges 6-8.)
Jehu, son of Nimshi, "that rideth furiously." God anointed Jehu to destroy the house of Ahab and Jezebel, two of the most evil people to ever reign in Israel. God knew Jehu had the zeal to carry out this mission. Yet after his victory, Jehu still committed the sin of idolatry. (See II Kings 9-10.)
Nebuchadnezzar God called him, "...my servant Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, declares the Lord." (Jeremiah 25:9) Nebuchadnezzar was a pagan; God raised him up to judge the nation of Israel for child-killing, and to end child-killing and idolatry in Israel once and for all.
Cyrus God said of this pagan king: "Thus says the Lord to his anointed, to Cyrus, whose right hand I have grasped, to subdue nations before him and ungird the loins of kings...For the sake of my servant Jacob, and Israel my chosen, I call you by your name, I surname you, though you do not know me. (Isaiah 45:4)