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October 26, 2012                Vol 5, Issue 39         
Voter Guide
Weekly

F2A Voter Guides
For anyone who hasn’t seen them yet, Faith2Action has developed several voter guides as well as a comparison of the platforms of the two major parties.Here are direct links to them:

 

President 

 

U.S. Senate – Indiana  |  Florida* | Missouri              Ohio  |  Pennsylvania  |  Virginia 

 

 

Download them today and distribute to family, friends, and (with permission) at your church!

 

For Ohio residents, here’s a ballot card from Ohio ProLife Action listing Heartbeat Bill supporters.

 

Look for a new video that Janet Porter put together following the last Presidential debate that’s currently posted in the lower portion of the WND.com homepage in a section called “WND video.”

 

*This Florida voter guide was produced by Liberty Counsel

Prayer in the Atrium 

Rev. Pat Mahoney from the Christian Defense Coalition has added his name to those who are planning to participate in the time of prayer to be held for the Heartbeat Bill and the elections at the Ohio Statehouse Atrium THIS Sunday, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

There will also be a prayer event held from 6:00 to 8:30 pm Sunday night in the northwestern part of Columbus.

 

If you can join us, please let us know: E-mail us by clicking here and let us know how many seats to reserve.

 

Click here to download  a flyer that includes details on both prayer events.  Please help us to get the word out far and wide!
Prayer Points

Please continue to pray for the efforts to pass the Heartbeat Bill without any further delay!

Pray for fair and honest elections and against all types of voter fraud.  Pray that God will have mercy on our nation, direct us as we cast our ballots, and spare us from a prolonged recount anywhere.


Pray for God’s direction,  wisdom, and grace for Faith2Action and the funds to accomplish all he has given us to do!Pray for safety for all of those who are close to the path of Hurricane Sandy, including some of our nation’s largest cities and the entire Atlantic Coastal region.
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Some Scriptures to Pray for our National Election
2 Chronicles 7:14 – “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, will heal their land.”
Acts 17:30 – Pray for repentance for yourself and for our nation.
Psalm 32:6-7 – Pray that Christians will be motivated to pray faithfully for this election and that the Lord would deliver us from the wrong leaders.
Proverbs 16:13 – Pray that our nation will listen to the truth and not be led astray.
Psalm 125 – Pray that those who trust in the Lord will not be shaken.

A Decree for America
The “Decree for America” is an effort to make Christians aware of what all is at stake with this fall’s elections, focusing on the issues of life, marriage, and Israel.
Please take some time to read the decree and if you agree, add your signature to the effort at decreeforamerica.com

F2A Commentary Links
Here are links to the transcripts for this week’s commentaries:Monday:       Auto Bailout Jobs              Thursday: Freedom in each State 

Tuesday:      Late-Term Abortions          Friday:     Election Prayer       

Wednesday: Silencing You     

 

Feel free to e-mail and post favorites to your Facebook friends, in addition to forwarding the Voter Guides far and wide!

Your Support of F2A Needed and Appreciated! 
Please show your support for our efforts to pass the Heartbeat Bill, our websites and voter guides, and the F2A Weekly by helping us in some way today online(non-deductible) or by sending a check (tax deductible) to:

Faith2Action Ministries
P.O. Box 33395
North Royalton, OH 44133
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
     — Janet Porter, President, Faith2Action
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