Political correctness

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

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In Fort Smith a few weeks ago, I listened to a preacher call on conference attendees to pray for President Trump. Why? The Scripture says that praying for national leaders is the first duty of the assembled church. It is not politically correct for a black leader to pray for a Republican president, especially Trump. But it is the "kingdom-correct" thing to do. The reason is that our divided political house reflects our divided spiritual house. If the church gets its act together, our nation will be blessed.


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