Tuesday, May 04, 2004

The National Day of Prayer is Thursday. It was established by Congress in 1952 and signed into law by President Truman. This year there will be more than 20,000 organized observances. And more than a few disorganized ones.

This is the time of year the ACLU just about has a stroke. Imagine, people encouraged by the government to pray. I mean, the word "National" is right in there. To make it worse, the President issues a proclamation every year, as do the governors of all 50 states. Even Oregon. No doubt, even people in Washington D.C. will pray. Or at least stand there with their eyes closed and heads bowed.

The President's proclamation is worth reading this year. My guess is, that upsets the ACLU also. So, support your country, make a statement of your beliefs, make a liberal mad, and go to one of the events and pray for our nation. It might make them mad, but you could also pray for the ACLU on National Day of Prayer. Pray that all members of the ACLU would be radically converted to Christianity and committed to nation wide evangelism. They would change their name to American Christians in Loving Unity. God would be glorified!

And think how mad they will be knowing you're doing it. Heh heh.
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