Thursday, February 5, 2015

US politician wants Jesus to take over healthcare.

Yes my friends, this is the good ole USA.  The Tennessee state Senate opened its session on February 3rd with this prayer from June Griffin who introduced the session as a guest of Republican Senator Frank Nicely.  She is pleading for Jesus to take over the health care of people and stop any increases in Medicare that might arise from the federal government and that nasty black man that runs it I assume. It’s not likely Sen. Nicely is frank or nice but here it is.  It’s reprinted here from the Nashville Scene.

Almighty God of our fathers, I thank you for this privilege of speaking before this august body, thou who didst lead John Sevier, Alvin YJune Griffinork, Brownlow and those great men in our history, I pray that your spirit would be in this chamber. And I want to especially speak about our great heritage of standing up for God and the bible. I thank you that you have preserved us to this hour.

I pray for the people of Tennessee who have been so downtrodden by the wicked courts from on high that they have been subject to tyrannical  judiciary. And I pray that you would save Tennessee from the edicts of Washington DC that would go against the plain wishes of the people of Tennessee, particularly pertaining to the 9th and 10th Amendment.

I pray that you would sanctify this state, that it would be holy and would be a leader among the other states. That they would see that there is a God that lives, that you love the people of Tennessee. That you gave your life that we might be saved from our sins. I pray that you would forgive the many sins of carelessness or lethargy or desperation. The compromises.

Oh lord save Tennessee for Jesus sake, and I pray that your will would be done that you would be our coverage, that we would not be forced into these edicts from Washington DC or any other quarter, but let the people know that our coverage is the same as with Moses and the children of Israel when they went through the wilderness with only the divine providence of almighty God.

So I pray that everywhere there are meetings, and there is considerations and deliberations, that you would give these men and women who have been elected, give them the backbone and the remembrance of the Tennessee Declaration of Rights, Article 1, Section 2 — we are ordered to resist arbitrary power.

Can Jesus save us from these people? Hopefully they’ll never get state power.

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