Happy May Day – A Day of Prayer

by SomeGirl on May 1, 2010 · 6 comments

I was just looking for information on the history of May Day and found that today (May 1, 2010) has been committed as a day of prayer for our nation by a large group of people. Now, I’m not politically minded, but I am spiritually minded. So, today I will spend some time praying for our nation and our families. May God give our leaders wisdom and may He guide them. May our families be evidence of His GREAT love. May we trust in the Lord with all our might. May we be still and know that He is God; He will be exalted among the nations, He will be exalted in the earth.

And I hope you all have a Happy May Day!

Love,

♥ Michelle (aka SomeGirl)

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{ 6 comments }

SomeGirl

I’d prefer potted flowers… the gift that keeps on giving. Although, my favorite is hand-picked flowers by my boys! (but, that’s a given, right?) :)

Colleen

Amen!

I chose cut flowers, because to be perfectly honest, I can’t keep plants alive for the life of me. :P

Come by my blog when you can, I gave you an award. :)

Alicia The Snowflake

We were just talking politics today at lunch. It’ easy to get discouraged when we look at the state of things. But we have to remember God is in control. Thanks for this reminder to pray for our country. It’s the most effective thing we can do.

I’m not very good with plants either way. But I do like cut ones better. They just brighten up a room.

Take care my friend!

aplaceforthoughts

Great post! Now I really want to go get some new hydrangeas!

April Robins

They say that Obama won the election because Christians, who were against his prinicples, did not go to the polls and vote.

Sherry

It is sad to know the state of our government. :( We definitely need to be in prayer for them and elect those that will help turn it around.

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