Lord, we come before you this morning, first, in thanksgiving.
And you blessed us.
We incorporated your principles of freedom and justice into our laws. And we became the freest, strongest and most prosperous nation in three thousand years.
We acknowledge that this was not our accomplishment but your blessing.
But Lord we come to you this morning with our nation in peril. Our government is broken, our elections are broken and our Party is broken. In 1988 this Party offered the nation peace and prosperity, in 2008, war and deep recession. We’ve lost two successive landslide national elections. Our current government is deeply indebting us to spend wealth we do not have and attacking, by law, our ability to produce it. No accounting of our financial obligations results in any projection but bankruptcy and financial hardship affecting the life of almost every American. And yet, Lord, we come before you and acknowledge that, without your intervention, we are powerless to save ourselves.
And we confess that this is the consequence of our own neglect as a people.
Our fathers fought our enemies in the Pacific and the European Theater and in Southeast Asia, but did not defend freedom against its enemies in Washington DC.
We watched elected rulers exalting their covetousness for the wealth of rich people and stealing other men’s earnings to redistribute generally, congratulating themselves for the theft.
We have given American currency to the control of private bankers who have slowly sacked 95% of the value of the dollars of our countrymen for the benefit of their usury.
We have banished You from our schools and the public square. We have tolerated public education falsifying our history and separating students from the traditions of the parents they should honor.
We have progressively deconstructed the family. We have disconnected love from sex, sex from marriage and marriage from childbirth. We have declared amnesty for marriage fraud and infidelity, made promiscuity common and normalized perversion. 24 million American Children live without their fathers and we did all this through government.
Untold numbers of young people now drift without vision for their life or hope for their prosperity. And yet the answers are before us.
We seek your mercy for our nation. Bring us to a place of forgiveness and heal us.
We have held up the graven image of Democracy as if it was the source of our freedom. And so we have lost control of our elections and our political system. Ballots are counted in secret by the beneficiaries of the outcomes. Known fraud is common and we have tolerated it. Evil acts are considered justified if they are the result of general elections.
We seek your mercy for our nation.
And as if our theft and our covetousness and our usury and our immorality and our indifference for the children born of casual sex and our worship of Democracy were not enough, we have legalized and tolerated the medical extermination of innocent children by the thousands, every day. And we see your judgment imminent upon us.
But you are a merciful God, abundant in forgiveness if we should turn to you.
We ask that you would forgive us our tolerance of evil men and inspire us to overcome it.
We ask that you inspire our work here today. Give us the opportunity to speak freely and make your will clear in our deliberations. Help us choose representatives who will lead us in the creation of a movement to call our nation back to the principles of freedom and justice.
We pray that you give us a place to make a valiant stand for our nation, uncompromising, for what is right. Help us inspire our countrymen, to light the brushfires of freedom. Help us rebuild our Party around the principles our elected officials abandoned.
If you will not help us we have no hope.
We see the very foundation of the Republic fractured: Our lives, our property, our morality and the rule of law itself. But you are the one who founded America and blessed it and saved it thrice over from destruction. Save it again, Lord. Teach us to lead the reconstruction. Begin with us. Begin today.
We pray in the name of your only begotten son, Jesus, who willingly shed his blood for all these sins. Amen.