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Prayer for Elected Officials

Dear Lord:

We come before you with thanks for the service of all the elected officials in Minnesota; School Board Members, Mayors, County Commissioners, State Representatives, State Senators, Judges, our State Auditor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, and Governor.  We also pray for Representatives in Congress and our Senators.  You have anointed them to serve the people of this state.  We ask for their protection and safety as they serve and  travel.  Grant them your Godly wisdom and counsel on the many issues that will come before them.  For those who are married, we ask you to guard their marriages.  For those with children, that you would provide time for them to be wise and loving parents.

Lord, we also ask for the people of Minnesota to support and respect those that have been elected.  Prevent us from bitterness, grumbling and complaining, but rather let us serve them with ideas and effective ways of dealing with the difficult decisions they face.

Lord, in Minnesota we face a myriad of challenges and ask for your mercy and wisdom as our leaders seek answers and solutions.  We pray for our government leaders that you have anointed “for such a time as this”.  Grant them all your wisdom and Godly counsel.  No problem is too big for You.  May our leaders and citizens turn to Your Word and to You in prayer.  We know there will be tough decisions in the months and years ahead.  With Your guidance and wisdom, we have confidence that our state’s problems can be solved.

In Jesus’ name,



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