Midterm elections in our country happen in just a few days. Don’t worry, we won’t be getting political here. And I have no advice to offer you about who to vote for. Even if I did presume to do so, there are 55 races on just my ballot! And for 55 races, there will be at least 155 different opinions. We don’t have all day. But I can’t think of a better time to pray for our government entities, offices and leaders.
The Old Testament book of Exodus tells us of Moses’ attempts to guide and govern the young nation of Israel. He wisely chose to seek good counsel for such a big job. Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law and a priest, told him, among other things:
“Furthermore, you shall [a]select out of all the people able men who fear God, men of truth, those who hate dishonest gain; and you shall place these over them as leaders of thousands, [b]of hundreds, [c]of fifties, and [d]of tens.” Exodus 18:21 NASB
Sounds like solid advise to me! My prayer is that we would also elect men and women of this caliber to fill important positions on every level of government.
We may not always agree on political parties or politics, but we all want what’s best for our country.
Praying for you in this. And don’t forget to share on social media or with a friend who could benefit. It would mean so much to me. And if you don’t want to miss a Praying God’s Word post, subscribe over on the right hand side of this page.
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