|Split Down the Aisle by Impeachment, Senate Still United in Prayer|
Chaplain balances bipartisan alliances with trust in God’s will.
While elected officials from either party don’t agree on the outcome of the impeachment trial, they could agree on how to pray for the proceedings, according to Barry Black, a Seventh-day Adventist minister and the longtime chaplain of the US Senate.
So what do you pray after the US Senate votes to acquit Trump on two articles of impeachment, as it did on Wednesday afternoon?
You pray that God’s will be done.
“I think the prayer of Jesus in Gethsemane provides us with the model,” ...
Saturday, February 8, 2020
Senate Still United in Prayer