Prayer, Plain and Simple

Prayer, Plain and Simple

Korean Crisis and the Peace of God

South Koreans are calling for revenge today over this week’s deadly North Korean artillery shelling. Tensions remain high amid fears of more clashes between the bitter rivals. China has upped the ante in the conflict by objecting to joint military exercises by South Korea and the U.S. Meanwhile, the North is trying to justify the attacks a angered world community.

“God, we call on you to bring justice, mercy and peace in the Korean Peninsula. We ask that your Spirit will work within the minds, emotions, and wills of the key decision-makers on both sides. Defuse any tensions of distrust between China and the U.S. Bring peace and openness in North Korea. May their people awaken to the mass deception of their government leaders. We pray for your will and way to prevail… In Jesus’ name, the Prince of Peace.”

  • Frederick Arend

    The human race was brought into existence by the union of two opesit sexed couples that we call marriage. Marriage, therefore, cannot simultaniously be the union of two same sexed couples. Bestowing the rights, priveleges and social acceptence of marriage on same sex unions will, therefore, damage and diminish the human race, because doing this will increase same sex unions that cannot produce offspring. A same sex union that adopts children or produces children by unnatural means is not a family in the taditional sense, its a aingle parent family and its a satistical fact that the population of our prisons are 80% the product of such single parent familys. The bonding of child with natural parent is a pshcholgical nessity.

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