On the Confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh for SCOTUS

Whatever your politics, it is difficult to look back on the last weeks in Washington with anything other than exasperation and sorrow. It has been a circus. It’s in moments like these that we should be most grateful that God is still on the throne and our hope is firmly in Him, not ourselves or our politicians.

It is also the time when as Christians we should be the ones who reach out to our friends, families and neighbors to be part of the solution in bringing healing, unity, and reconciliation to our communities. We must be the type of people that show the world a better way. I pray we rise to the challenge.

Let’s also pray for Judge Kavanaugh, that his time on the Supreme Court would be full of wisdom and integrity, and that God Himself would guide ALL OUR JUSTICES.

6 thoughts on “On the Confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh for SCOTUS”

  1. Victoria Wilhelm says:

    Even though there were childish games played on Judge Kavanaugh,
    it seemed that God’s hand was in the confirmation outcome. God Bless Judge Kavanaugh. Glory to God. God Bless Him, God Bless President Trump, God Bless our Pastors for encouraging American citizens to vote, and God Bless
    The United States of America

  2. Renee Gough says:

    Thank you, Greg for the post. Praise God Judge Kavanaugh was confirmed. Pray that God continues to bless our Nation. Pray for President Trump, and remember to vote, vote, vote, for leaders and laws that our aligned with God’s will. Most important is to Stand up for Christ.

  3. Alana Maitland says:

    Love the third purse reference. Yes that does need conversion. We learned that and what blessings God sends our way.

  4. Sandra says:

    Praying! Also saw the news report of the company in Wisconsin microchipping employees with 666.

  5. Rose Villa says:

    Thank you Pastor Greg.
    God bless you

  6. Jesse Lusko says:

    Love your tone Greg. Thankful for you!

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