when our leaders kneel before the Almighty's throne.
"Washington was kneeling there with Henry, Randolph, Rutledge, Lee, and Jay, and by their side there stood, bowed in reverence, the Puritan Patriots of New England. 'It was enough,' says Mr. Adams, 'to melt a heart of stone.'"
(Commentary on the first prayer offered in Congress. . .Sept. 7, 1774)
Dear Heavenly Father, that you would cause the hands of the American people to cast their votes for men of Faith, Courage, Reverance, once again, once again.