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We’re Called to Be a Part of God’s Plan for Government

As we approach the 2022 midterm elections and hot-button issues occupy our hearts and minds, it’s important for believers to remember our biblical duty to intercede for government leaders — whether we see eye to eye with them or not.

Regardless of whether those in authority are Christians or we agree with their views, when we commit to pray for our leaders in government, God is pleased with our obedience. He will work in their hearts according to His will. When we pray for our city, state and national leaders, we take part in advancing God’s kingdom on this earth.

Let us strive to remember the following four fundamental principles as we pray:

1. We are commanded to pray for our leaders

The Bible makes it clear that Christians are called to pray for those in authority over them.

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