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SHOCK: ‘Devout Catholic’ Biden Omits ‘G-O-D’ From National Day of Prayer...

 
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SHOCK: ‘Devout Catholic’ Biden Omits ‘G-O-D’ From National Day of Prayer...
It’s sad to say, the presidential geezer showed more piety when he referred to God as “you know, the thing.”

Conservative outlet The Western Journal pointed out the glaring omission of the word “God” from Biden’s strangely secular proclamation and confirmed that Biden, like the rest of the Democrats embracing the spirit of the age, focused rather on making references to “racial justice” and vague appeals to “faith” and “prayer.” Oh, that’s lovely. Take God out of schools and now out of prayer. Well, of course! We have to replace Him with the left’s new social justice religion. This is all so swell.



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Re: SHOCK: ‘Devout Catholic’ Biden Omits ‘G-O-D’ From National Day of Prayer...
Prayer is facing criticism from conservatives because it does not include the word “God.”

Biden, a Catholic, issued a presidential proclamation recognizing the National Day of Prayer Thursday. He invited “the citizens of our Nation to give thanks, in accordance with their own faiths and consciences, for our many freedoms and blessings.”

As the president noted, “Congress, by Public Law 100-37, as amended, has called on the President to issue each year a proclamation designating the first Thursday in May as a ‘National Day of Prayer.’”


“On this National Day of Prayer, we unite with purpose and resolve, and recommit ourselves to the core freedoms that helped define and guide our Nation from its earliest days,” the proclamation reads.

“We celebrate our incredible good fortune that, as Americans, we can exercise our convictions freely — no matter our faith or beliefs. Let us find in our prayers, however they are delivered, the determination to overcome adversity, rise above our differences, and come together as one Nation to meet this moment in history.”


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Susie

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.....Matthew 6:21
There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: Ecclesiastes 3:1





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