Prayer Directives 10/7/19

Prayer directives President Trump abortion pro-life U.S. Supreme Court

 

  • President Trump – In light of the impeachment madness swirling around in Washington D.C., pray for clarity and wisdom for the President. Pray for angelic assistance to move those engaged by the enemy’s plans out of his way. Pray for continued exposure of the leviathan spirit in the activities and messages, broadcasted by the media. Continue declaring the Word of God over the President. 

 

  • Administration Officials – Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, is in southern Europe meeting with heads of state in Italy, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Greece. A Catholic, he also had an audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican. Larry Kudlow, the White House’s top economic adviser said the next round of trade talks with China are set for the second week in October, just ahead of a scheduled increase in U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports. Pray for Administration officials not to be distracted by the events in Washington as they conduct the business of the Executive Branch.

 

  • Abortion Issues – According to an article from CBN News, 250,000 have asked to end legalized abortion. A massive scroll was placed outside the court and labeled the Moral Outcry—250,000 signatures calling for the end of Roe v. Wade. The Supreme Court doesn’t begin its new term until next week, and already people are gathering out in front of the court, hoping to have their pleas heard. Pray for the momentum to continue, and for the protection over those who continue to fight to end Roe v. Wade.

 

  • U.S. Supreme Court – Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts said he was saddened by the perception that the Supreme Court is becoming politicized and that the justices’ decisions are guided primarily by partisan affiliations. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit denied federal employee unions a chance for an en banc rehearing on the merits of President Trump’s workforce executive orders. They had previously ruled the court did not have jurisdiction to invalidate portions of the president’s orders. Pray for all of the members of the U.S. Supreme Court as their new session begins on October 7.

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