Praying for Babylon

By the Waters of Babel, James Tissot, The Jewish Museum, Brooklyn.

It’s easy to pray for those in authority when they are good to us, but how do we pray for those we don’t like, or who do us harm? Or is there any obligation to pray for them at all? 

Psalm 137:1-9; Jeremiah 29:4-14; Matthew 5:43-47

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Music: “Rivers of Babylon,” Boney M, Nightflight to Venus, Sony Music, 1978/2007.

American Government part 2: Should Christians Vote? – Current Events Simplified

America reinvents itself every four years. That’s the purpose of the election cycle as the Founders of our Constitutional Republic envisioned it. But since this nation is an institution created by humans – even though founded on a Judeo-Christian worldview –  should the people of God participate in this process? If so, how?

via The American Government part 2 – Current Events Simplified  – Founded In Truth – YouTube