How to Forgive and Pray for Our Leaders of America
by Dr. Rita Bennett  •  NOVEMBER 2016

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On October 25th, I was amazed at the clarity of former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, as he was interviewed on a Christian television station. He was challenged to put Mr. Trump down about his present or perhaps past life-style.  

In my opinion, the errors of the candidate when he was young are not from the person running for office today. Trump knows The Lord’s Prayer where we may confess our sins and he prays that prayer.  I wrote a book entitled, Inner Wholeness Through the Lord’s Prayer and mailed it to him on his birthday this year. I know he has used this greatest Prayer on earth.  

Are the mistakes of our youth taken care of or are they fair game to be used against us all the days of our life, day after day, TV program after TV program?  

Newt is a wonderful Christian and he is capably sticking up for the Republican nominee regardless of being strongly challenged by talented interviewers who repeat what the world system is doing to try to defeat a Christian nominee. This is going on right up to two weeks before the final race for President is completed. 

What does the Apostle John say, “If we confess our sins, He [God] is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from ALL unrighteousness” (I John 1:9 KJV). That is the reason our Messiah Jesus came to earth originally. He died in our place so our sins would be washed away, so we could change the world for good, and have eternal life in the future. 

I’m tired of hearing about Donald’s possible past sins as though they are facts. The Scriptures say we are all being judged by God in this life, and before we enter the streets of gold in Heaven, we will have to make it right. Let us repent of our own sins and stop pointing our fingers at others. Our Triune God loves us all and has made the way for us all to be happy in this life and the next.  

​©2016 by Dr. Rita Bennett, D.Litt., CRA Inc.,
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Rita––You have put this in a wonderful Christ loving scriptural context. Thank you so much for sharing this.prayer.
Mary M.
November 2016