Today, the ultimate status symbol for executives, politicians and celebrities is not a luxurious home, a custom gold watch or a designer dog; more likely, it’s a tall, hulk of a man standing silently over their left shoulder.READ MORE
President Trump will meet with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres today at the White House to discuss UN reform. While other topics such as North Korea, the Middle East peace process, and U.S. funding for the U.N. may be on the docket, U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said only that they will be focused on “issues of mutual concern”.
This will be the UN chief’s first full formal meeting with the President. Due to the recent decision by the president to decertify Iran, the nuclear deal could very well be a talking point. Guterres previously described that deal as “something that needs to be preserved.”
For wisdom for President Trump as he works with the United Nations and foreign leaders that they would make decisions to further global peace and stability.
For guidance as the president navigates the complex waters of diplomacy while still doing what is in the best interest of the nation.
"Every morning as I wake up I can hardly wait to get this email to be praying with other saints for the things and issues presented. What a joy this is! You make so easy to pray for my government. O please continue this past the hundred days!" - Lois W.
So very grateful to have been invited to join Intercessors across the nation for the sake of the nation. I have shared this with many and I know we will see our Nation arise again for HIS GLORY Thank you and bless you ." - Debra H.
Today, the ultimate status symbol for executives, politicians and celebrities is not a luxurious home, a custom gold watch or a designer dog; more likely, it’s a tall, hulk of a man standing silently over their left shoulder. Because of paparazzi and the incessant notoriety the Internet brings, the rich and famous often live in constant fear, so their most prized possession has become a trusted bodyguard. Personal protection, they feel, is the best way to discourage or confront the threats against them.
The Bible is full of examples of ordinary people who faced their fears – by trusting in God’s protection. Daniel prayed in public even though it was against the law. Peter was told not to preach about Jesus Christ by the most powerful court in the land, yet he did it anyway. Neither of these men were immune to mortal fear, but they chose to act in faith.
The first step in conquering your fears is to acknowledge God’s supremacy. There is no force or power of evil that is not already conquered by His Spirit. Today, as a Christian American, if He asks you to stand for Him, be assured He is standing with you…just over your shoulder. Then pray that the nation’s Christian leaders will feel that same reassurance.