Skip to comments.Non-stop Rosary vigil to defeat ObamaCare
Posted on 12/19/2009 5:17:02 PM PST by giotto
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Awesome passage Pegita.
All I’ve been doing is praying. Seriously. Praying that God steps in and intervenes. Praying that something irrefutable comes out to damage obama and the democrats that will allow us to kick him out of OUR White House. Praying for some kind of divine intervention. Anything......
Thanks to all who are continuing to pray. Who knows what can happen between now and Christmas Eve? God works in mysterious ways, His wonders to perform.
What does it mean to bump a thread? There’s a lot I haven’t figured out on here yet.
I just read all of the prayers. I’m protestant but those prayers are beautiful and the music is very moving. I pray daily for our country. Often times more than once a day. I find myself praying all the time now about all kinds of things. So many of my friends are having hard times with illnesses and being unemployed for the first time in their lives. Very difficult times right now. I feel very grateful to God for every day I have with my family.
I am too. I don’t think there is anything wrong with me as a protestant joining in on a rosary prayer. My grandmother used to take me to mass every now and then. My family is mixed between catholics and protestants. My mom went along with my Dad as he would not convert away from protestantism.
I like reading the pro-life and any pro-Christian threads. I read them all, and comment on few. I just rarely have anything to say better than it’s already been said on here but I use the info to combat liberals.....lol.
Bumping a thread just means causing it to return to the top of the Latest Posts or Comments page. Whenever a new comment is posted, the whole thread gets pushed or "bumped" to the top of the list. That way the thread has a better chance of being seen.
Thanks. If I like a thread, is there something I need to do to bump it?
I took Catechism in Catholic school, and I was taught that there are four kinds of prayer: Supplication (asking for some favor), Penance (asking forgiveness for sins), Praise, and Gratitude. Of these, I think gratitude is the most important. We can't take even a single moment for granted. Everything is a gift. And somehow, remembering to be grateful helps to put our trials and difficulties into perspective. The problem is that, when I most need to say a prayer of thanks, it often is the last thing I remember.
I used to take a lot for granted in my younger years and was very ungrateful. I now am grateful to God for every single breath I take and for every moment I have with my family. I have received far more than I have ever deserved that is for sure.
Thanks for your reply.
My family is mixed religiously, too. I had a Luthern great-grandma, and Methodist aunts and uncles. There are many Jewish cousins. In the immediate fam., there are a Lutheran and a Baptist minister!
We all get along fine.
From an Obama bumper sticker on a car:
"Pray for Obama. Psalm 109:8"
"Let his days be few; and let another take his place of leadership."
What do you know about Lepanto and the miracle that happened against the Muslims there?
It can work!
The christians invented a superior boat. That’s what stomped the turks.
What’s this got to do with obamacare?
Here’s one more Rosary against government mandated slavery.
The Glorious Mysteries, with meditations for each decade.
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