Why “prayer rally” is not according to the teaching of the Bible!


It seems that politician here in Bolehland, whether they are in the looms or in the lights are often enough crossing themselves into the realm of religion touching on sensitive matters.

Christian treasures two things in life more than anything else.
1. Bible – The word of God and God Himself

John 1:1:  1aIn the beginning was the 2bWord, and the Word was 3with God, and the 4Word was 5cGod.

I would not blame those who did not read the bible to know this. But if Christian thinks that they can desecrate the Bible, They need to rethink of their faith!

2. Prayer – The way to talk to God

Matthew 6:5 And when you pray, you shall not be like the ahypocrites, because they love to bpray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners, so that they may be seen by men. Truly I say to you, They have 1their reward in full.

This is the word from the Bible! This is not my word! The bible do not condone prayers in the show of power!

Verses 7 and 8 goes on saying

7 And in praying do 1not babble empty words as the Gentiles do; for they suppose that in their amultiplicity of words they will be heard.

8 Therefore do not be like them, for your Father aknows the things that you have need of before you 1ask Him.

This is in the teaching of the Bible concerning Prayer. Though the version I use may varies from your version, the meaning is the same, Do not Pray in vain! it is against the teaching of the Bible and Christian should not misuse prayer as a show of power as it was the teaching of the Bible that says so.

*** This post is for those of the Christian belief, Reader discretion is advised! ***


One response to “Why “prayer rally” is not according to the teaching of the Bible!”

  1. I agree with what you have to say, though just an opinion, we don’t really need to pull out the Bible to prove them wrong, when common sense dictates its folly. In the end, God works for the good in everything that happens, so I’m thankful that there were some ‘better-educated’ leaders who did help to maintain calm as opposed to some of the others. There was some good out of it at the very least, that other religious groups are taking up the stand to fight for us (Though I believe the same thing would happen if we had a much more ‘peaceful’ rally).

    I’m glad I met someone who has common sense (or wisdom), and belief – not just a blind faith.