Your Prayers Aren’t Private Anymore?

“Please detail the content of the members of your organization’s prayers.”

That’s what the IRS demanded of a pro-life group in Iowa when it applied for tax-exempt status, we learned during a Congressional hearing a few days ago, as reported by The Examiner on May 17.

It has taken me a while to wrap my brain around that one. Really–they want to examine the content of your prayers? Now that’s a lulu. Just when you thought they’d reached rock-bottom, they burst right through it on their way to Hell.

Maybe they’d be interested in this prayer:

“Father in heaven, now looks like it would be a very good time for some Old Testament-style smiting. Please, Lord, sweep away these wicked, godless fools and undo all their works: let no trace of them remain. And raise us up some decent, godly leaders to take their place and lead this poor, fallen nation to repentance. In Jesus’ name, amen.”

I hope they like it.

6 comments on “Your Prayers Aren’t Private Anymore?

  1. That is a prayer that should ring through the churches of America … if only enough people cared.

  2. I couldn’t have prayed it better. All I can say is, “AMEN!” Actually, I believe our great, Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace does answer prayer. And that word repentance has come into use. You just used it! I’m sorry if I sound over-enthusiastic; I’ve been praying for this for a long time. Thank you!

  3. May I add my Amen! to your prayer. And I pray these reprobate leaders repent post haste! Instead I fear they’ve gone further down that dark road. Our Leader, Jesus Christ, is leader of all and when He says ‘enough’, what a great day that will be!

  4. How about investigating the prayers going on in the mosque where the NYC terrorist attended. I know in Iran they have big rallies where everyone chants “Death to America!!”

    Western culture could use some New Testament-style smiting like in the Book of Revelation, or when Jerusalem was judged by God in 70 A.D – that’s when the people of the world learn righteousness.

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