A prayer for President Trump

Thank you, God, for giving us President Trump as our leader. Thank you for his integrity, humility and for his faith in you. He has accepted your calling and taken responsibility to rid our country of its evil practices and people who so blatantly support evil in the government and in private practice.

Thank you for protecting his life, that no weapon formed against him shall prosper. His enemies hate him and want to destroy him, but I thank you for your divine protection and thank you for keeping him healthy and strong physically and free of disease. The stress he is under can cause breakdown but I pray you will give him divine emotional health. And thank you for giving him godly wisdom and understanding to solve the problems that our country and the world are facing. And may the people who profess to believe in you stand for righteousness and repent of sin and turn from evil ways so you can bless our nation and heal our land.

Encourage President Trump and give him diving boldness, courage and wisdom to hear your voice and follow your leading. And give him victory in Jesus’ name.

Evelyn Larson

Snohomish

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