Enough Was Finally Enough
For a generation now, liberals, secularists, and humanists, unable to rule by majority vote and/or proper legislation, have illegally legislated from the bench. A simple majority—five unelected men and women (the majority vote)—can rule the lives of 320 million Americans! The results? Our nation has lost her moorings, her morality, and is becoming perilously close to losing her God-given destiny. And so, millions of Americans have prayed. Fervently. Faithfully. Persistently. Finally, enough of them voted. Most Trump supporters, when asked their number one motivation for voting in the recent election said, “The Supreme Court.” They’d had enough. God, in His mercy, gave us a President who agreed to appoint only non-legislating, Constitutionalist Justices to the bench. His first appointment, Neil Gorsuch, sworn in on Monday, April 10, 2017, is the beginning of the strongman’s demise. Trump will appoint 2–3 more Supreme Court Justices…and the curse will finally be broken. Keep praying…and voting.
“I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people—for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.” (1 Timothy 2:1-2; NIV)
Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:
- Thank the Lord that He responds to the persistent prayers of His Saints.
- Rejoice that Believers put feet to their prayers, came out and voted in this last election.
- Praise Him that He is straightening things out in our nation and shifting our Supreme Court.
- Boldly ask God for more!
- Pray for President Trump and each of the Supreme Court Justices.
A prayer you can pray:
God, we thank You that You have heard our many years of intercession. You have stirred the sleeping giant, Your Church, awake. We have risen up to say “enough is enough! We have put feet to our faith and voted. The strongman is breaking. The President is keeping his promise. The Court is shifting. Lord, we won’t stop interceding now. We need another conservative, constitutional Justice or two or three. Show us how to pray for our President and the Supreme Court Justices, so that we have righteousness, peace and quiet in the land. (Do this for a while.) Thank You, Jesus. Amen.
The strongman over the Supreme Court is shifting and we will enjoy peace and righteousness in the land.