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Posts Tagged ‘prayer’

Palin: Prayers for Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on June 4, 2013

Governor Sarah Palin has shared this message and story on her Facebook page.  As a mother that understands receiving unexpected news during a pregnancy, Palin offered these words of comfort:

Our prayers are with Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler and her family.

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) is pregnant with her first child and it’s been discovered that the baby has Potter’s Syndrome.  You can read more at Life News.

As a mother I find this story simply heart-breaking.  I will join Governor Palin in praying for this family and their unborn child.

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Governor Palin and Bristol: Praying for Robin Roberts

Posted by Adrienne Ross on June 13, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Via Facebook, Governor Palin directs us to Bristol’s blog post about Robin Roberts, who is in need of our prayers:

Let’s keep Robin Roberts in our prayers as she undergoes treatment for a rare blood and bone marrow disorder. She’s a fighter, a good and fair broadcaster, and even a recent inductee into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. If anyone can beat this, she can. Our prayers are with her.

Here’s what Bristol posted:

Though I’m never really excited about being on morning talk shows, I always look forward to seeing Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts. She’s kind, respectful, and her calm manner makes it much more comfortable to be on camera. She’s the most down to earth celeb I know! When I was in New York, I found out that Robin, a breast cancer survivor, is battling a blood and bone marrow disorder called myelodysplastic syndrome. This was likely caused by her cancer treatment. Here is her explanation of her situation:

VIEW VIDEO HERE

Bristol added:

Please join me as I pray that God gives her strength as she goes through “pre-treatment” and her bone marrow transplant. Also, I’m praying for her complete healing. We love you, Robin!

I’m agreeing in prayer with Governor Palin, Bristol, and many others. When I first saw the clip a couple days ago, I immediately began praying for Robin. Let’s all lift her up in full assurance that Jesus has all power, and with Him all things are possible.

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Gov. Palin Discusses Faith in God Over Trust in Government

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 13, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Picture reportedly taken by Glenn Beck’s photographer

Governor Palin headlined a Teen Challenge “Raise the Roof” fundraiser last night in Montana. Her comments about faith, no doubt, inspired the crowd and spoke to their deepest-held beliefs. Besty Cohen of the Missoulian writes:

Praising God and America, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin brought an adoring crowd to its feet with her message of faith, family and the power of prayer during a Sunday fundraising event to support a Christ-centered Missoula women’s residential center.

“God and family and country – take a stand in that order and things fall into place,” Palin told a sold-out crowd of 1,600 at the Hilton Garden Inn during her 40-minute talk at the “Raise the Roof” capital campaign for Teen Challenge.

“Taking a stand for God is not always easy … but it is always right and worthwhile,” Palin said.

God and prayer help people find their true calling and innate talents, she said, and in God’s “cosmic calculus” for each of us he provides the lessons we must learn in our individual journeys.

Teen Challenge, she said, is an example of God’s work in action. Each day, the national program helps alcoholics become sober, drug addicts come clean and helps scared, unwed teen mothers turn that hardship into life’s great blessing.

In Missoula, the group serves up to 20 women and their small children who have been caught in addictions to drugs or alcohol.

There are no perfect families, Palin said – and family isn’t just who you are born into, but who you choose to be around.

In the inevitable troubled times, it is faith in God – and prayer – that see people through.

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And she took exception to those who believe it is politically extreme to pray and believe in God.

Governor Palin knows well the power of faith in Christ, and Governor Palin also knows what big-government people, even some well-meaning ones, never seem to get–that the role of the government was never to replace the role of God and the church in the lives of people. And perhaps this is one of the biggest distinctions between Liberals and Conservatives, particularly Conservatives of faith. God’s plan was always for the church to reach out, to help, to heal, and to lift people up and out. Look at the Book of Acts church in the Bible. See how they chose to give of their own possessions and share with those in need. Too often self-seeking government officials fail to help people out of their circumstances but create systems that keep people down, exploiting them rather than empowering them–because empowering the people would mean disempowering themselves–and of course, they can’t have that. Although so many on the Left love to throw around the words “separation of church and state,” which are nowhere in our founding documents, the real desire of big-government types has always been to replace the church with the state. It’ll never succeed.

Cohen’s article further reports on Governor Palin’s remarks:

“I love my country and I love our system, but government can’t fix the problems – government is the problem,” she said. “Government can’t dry a tear or lend a shoulder or put back together a family, or country or state.”

Healing, she said, is a matter of God and neighbors helping neighbors.

Teen Challenge’s success rate in doing just that – healing and helping – is far beyond scientific comprehension, she said.

“Faith-based prescription is so effective, that’s why government doesn’t like it,” Palin said.

Teen Challenge is an organization that should be celebrated and used as a role model for all of America, she said.

Describing it as “part church, part school and part hard work,” the group doesn’t rely on taxpayer money.

“It’s neighbor helping neighbor, the way America used to be,” she said, “and we need to get back to that.”

Palin’s call to action was certainly heard by her audience.

When she finished her talk, Palin offered to match the price a Palin-signed T-shirt would bring for Teen Challenge’s $450,000 fundraising campaign.

The bidding started at $500, and for several moments the spontaneous auction became a hand-raising showdown until the final bidder won the shirt with an offer of $3,500.

The money will be used to add a commercial kitchen and dining room to the group’s West Seventh Street home in Missoula.

Governor Palin’s generous gift is the way it’s supposed to work. She chose to go into her own pocket to give. She didn’t demand or tax. She didn’t take from some and give to others. She herself gave willingly, as the majority of Americans would opt to do if the government remembered its place, allowed people to keep more of what they earn, and simply stopped playing God.

Read more here.

(h/t Josh Painter)

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The First Things First Mandate

Posted by Adrienne Ross on October 30, 2009

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com


Before I get into the subject of this post, let me stop and warn those who don’t like to mix faith into, well, anything really, that this post does go down that road. I pray that you are totally comfortable with God, His place within our nation, and the urgency to seek Him at this time.

I was reminded over the last couple days of the battle that so many of us are engaged in. People today are doing their part–no matter how small it may seem–for the future of America. Clearly, we are living in a time that seems stressful and overwhelming, yet it’s also one of the most exciting times in our history. I say that because people who had never done anything before, maybe never even cared before, are standing up and speaking out. People have realized that this is not someone else’s country, but it’s their country and they have to rally the change they want to see. Like never before, housewives, businessmen, actors, and teachers, to name a few, are figuring out what they can do to make a difference. They’re going to TEA parties and knocking doors for candidates. They’re attending town halls and calling their legislators. They’re starting to blog and meeting with like-minded people. The bottom line is they are feeling the urgency of the hour. They are sensing a desperation and are discerning that it’s not enough to want more; they have to do more.

I agree. I, too, am trying to do my part to make a difference, to be a voice, to take a stand. But sometimes when we discern a problem, we miss the root of that problem. Not discerning that root is costly because it often causes us to bypass the first things first mandate.

In just the last two days, I’ve come to understand deeper what we’re dealing with. I sense within me that we are in the heat of a major battle, but it’s not a battle based solely in a “what-can-I-do?” movement. Yes, we must do. God forbid we do nothing. But I’m sensing the depth of this battle we are engaged in–and it’s a spiritual battle. It’s a fight for the hearts and minds of people. It’s a fight for God’s plan for America and Americans, which is under attack. I know, I know, some people would prefer to keep God out of it. That’s part of the problem. God cannot be kept out of anything without disaster ensuing!

In the midst of our blogging, our tea partying, and our rallying, God help us to understand that apart from Him we can do nothing. And when hell begins to break loose, as it seems to have done this week, we must understand what is going on–and we cannot have that understanding apart from Him. When we act apart from Him, we go off half-cocked trying to deal with every situation in our own strength, by our own means, and through our own wisdom. And the result of that? We get our own results. This may feel good, look good, and smell good for the moment, but it equals zero in the end.

I have, in the last couple days, seen people willing to embrace rumors rather than believe the best. I have seen people choose to quit rather than stand firm–simply because seeds of doubt were placed within them. I have seen people turn those doubts into accusation, insult, and all-out campaigning for others to join them in their deception. I have experienced mounting anger myself as I have watched it all unfold.

But last night God reminded me of what we’re dealing with. God does have a plan. However, His plan, as it draws closer and closer, is always met with opposition. Such opposition involves the very things I’ve mentioned: deception, severing of relationships, slander. It happens without fail, yet so often we fall into the same habit of responding in the flesh rather than walking in the Spirit. The former leads to frustration. The latter brings added wisdom and an understanding of what is really going on. It brings vision of the bigger picture and refocusing on what we’ve truly been called to do: intercede, walk by faith, and battle in the Spirit.

This message is urgent because the battle is intensifying, as many who are spiritually sensitive to what is going on will tell you.

Love of nation must be accompanied by dependency on God. America needs that, our leaders need that, and our future depends on that. Any actions taken, no matter how noble, are fruitless without our being “one nation under God.”

Many of us have found ourselves disappointed with politics and politicians, wondering where are those who are supposed to serve for the right reasons and do the right things. They may be few and far between, but they do exist. Let’s not be deceived. Those who have sacrificed and served in some way, those who paid a price for loving their nation and speaking up for her, those who have been called for this time are also the ones on whom the maligners, the defamers, and the mud-throwers have declared open season. They are those whose names and reputations have been given a beating by those who make a living feasting off them. They are those we need to be praying for. Sarah Palin is one of those people. I support her because she is one of those. And let me make it clear: Those, like Sarah, who have that call carry the weight of that call. Because they are at the center of the battle, they bear a burden most of us will never understand, much less experience ourselves.

Understand, the support of those who have committed themselves to answering God’s call is not a fan club or a rock concert. It’s spiritual warfare, and though we get out there and defend, and blog, and everything else we do, we must battle first on our knees. First things first. It’s necessary, it’s serious, it’s crucial–and it’s NOW.

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