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Pray for Victory for Religious Freedom on Election Day

Posted by Matt Yonke (November 5, 2012 at 12:27 pm)

Thy Will Be DoneHere at Stand Up headquarters, we’re excited about a new prayer campaign in these last hours before Election Day.

It’s called “Thy Will Be Done” and it’s a great way to keep our focus in the right place as we vote and await the election results.

The idea is simple: pray the Lord’s Prayer every hour until the votes are counted and the election results are in.

You can join the campaign on Facebook right here and you can spread the word by posting the accompanying graphic on your social media outlets.

Please unite your prayers with those of thousands of other faithful Americans as we enter the final hours of the most important election of our lifetime.

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One Response to “Pray for Victory for Religious Freedom on Election Day”

  1. Scott Pakulski says:

    What about the Religious freedom for Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, agnostics and atheists?

    November 12th, 2012 at 10:47 am

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