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04/20/2015

FRC prays for all SCOTUS justices to come to Jesus; yes, even the three Jewish ones

by Jeremy Hooper

Earlier I showed you the Family Research Council's prayers directed at four US Supreme Court justices. Now here is Judge Sonia Sotomayor's own targeted edition, which comes with a bonus call for all of the justices to "come to a saving knowledge of Christ":

Screen Shot 2015-04-20 At 9.12.45 PmPray that the Spirit of God will move upon Justice Sonia Sotomayor, using all of the memories of her Catholic family upbringing to bring biblical conviction upon her regarding life, marriage, and religious freedom. (Dt 8:1-20; 2 Cor 10:3-6)
May the Holy Spirit convict her of sin, righteousness and judgment. May she refrain now and for the rest of her tenure as a justice from supporting any law that forces people to do anything the Bible calls sin and that violates their religious conscience. (Mt 3:6-8; Mark 9:42; John 7:24)
May she bow before the Lord Jesus now and may He enable her to reverse her unbiblical impact upon public policy and the judiciary. (Matthew 12:36; Romans 14:12)
May each of our Supreme Court Justices, if they have not already, come to a saving knowledge of Christ, just as it is written, that in calling us to pray for all who are in authority, God says He wants “all men to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth.” (Rom 1:16; 2:9-10; 1 Tim 2:1-8)
May God move Justice Sotomayor to vote for each state’s right to reflect the deeply held faith of a majority of its citizens, especially as expressed by their votes to uphold traditional marriage. May she defend each state’s constitutional right to define marriage as between a man and a woman and to uphold that as the standard for recognizing marriages performed elsewhere. (Mt 19:4-6; Act 5:29; 1 Timothy 3:9) [
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You know, FRC could save us all a lot of time by reducing all of their work—the commentary, the Fox News punditry, the high profile conservative conferences filled with Republican politicians, the "research" papers, the push polls, the AFA Radio show, the political action arm—to the one simple line: "We. Want. A. Theocracy." Because they do.

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