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Praying for the Government

How to include twelve of Australia's most influential people in your life.

By Les Nixon, © 2007

Banner Everyday, in the course of normal life, twelve key people make radical decisions that affects our lives. They welcome the honest efforts of good people to assist them making the right choices. That's why we must pray for them regularly....




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Twelve People make daily decisions that influence the course of everyday Australians. Their decisions either deny God's authority or acknowledge His Wisdom in the affairs of men. If they disregard God, they impose upon us living without God's best blessing. When they invite God?s wisdom and help, they place us ready for His blessing. The twelve are:

HRH QE11 ______________________________________

Prime Minister __________________________________

Governor General _______________________________

Federal MP ____________________________________

Federal Senator ________________________________

State Governor _________________________________

State Premier __________________________________

State MP ______________________________________

State MLC _____________________________________

Local Mayor ____________________________________

Local Counsellor _________________________________

Public Servants _________________________________

Prophets and Apostles alerted and warned and praised Kings and Governors and Magistrates about rights and wrongs, healthy families, problems with corruption, and God?s answers to national issues. Moses and Pharoah; Jeremiah to the Governor, the people of God and families, and wept in anguish. Ezra preached it from a high pulpit; Daniel advised the Governor then was appointed Governor; Paul remonstrated with Felix. Wilberforce in the Commons; Dunmore Lang in the Legislature, as Fred Nile and similar leaders today. Because humanists are legislating for a pagan Australia and Islam is working for a Shariah Australia, we recognise our privilege under God to intercede for political leaders. Think of the supernatural power of God at work through the most powerful twelve people in our nation? The only way God's Will can be released within our nation is when Christians honour God in their lives, pray for our families, our churches, and our national leaders.

My Promise: Daily I make promises to my family, my friends, my acquaintances, and my bank. My life is involved with daily promise-making; it's almost ceremonial. When I think of the supernatural power that God can unleash through the twelve most powerful people in my life, I hereby promise to include them in my prayer and representations—regularly.

This is my solemn promise to God and the nation.

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"I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people. Ask God to help them; intercede on their behalf, and give thanks for them. Pray this way for kings and all who are in authority so that we can live peaceful and quiet lives marked by godliness and dignity. This is good and pleases God our Savior, who wants everyone to be saved and to understand the truth" (I Timothy 2:1-4).

"For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? Do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same" (Romans 13:3).

Praying at Outback Patrol Headquarters

Praying Hands
"Pray as though everything
depends upon God.
Work as though everything
depends upon us."

You are invited to attend a Community Prayer Gathering
each Tuesday, between 12 noon and 2:00 pm—to
humble ourselves before God and ask for His blessing
according to 2 Chronicles 7:14.

And to pray for our city and our people, and our needs.

Come—when you can—as you are—for 5-10 minutes
or more. Leave when you must.

This is a personal prayer initiative—not a church service
—open to all. Local pastors will attend—with Les and
Martha Nixon.

Bring your requests—leave with resolve.


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