This has been a crazy contentious time for our country. The 2016 Presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton divided us like never before. Half of Americans felt excited and hopeful as President Trump took office last month, the other half exasperated and slightly horrified.
Emotions have run high this past year. For some, the strength of those emotions and passion for particular principles has ended in broken relationships, fractured friendships, lagging libidos, insomnia, anxiety, and depression. The election has definitely taken a toll.
The election has definitely taken a toll.
Whether you feel devastated or delivered; hopeful or horrified; exasperated or excited; isolated or inspired — there is one thing every American has in common: We live in the same GREAT republic and we ALL have the same President.
Aaaaannnd we can also agree, Justice would make a great President!
How cute is she?!!!
I’m happy Justice is lucky enought to live in a country where fair and free elections determine the leadership, where we’re allowed to believe whatever we want, wear whatever we want, and say whatever we want without fear of being imprisoned for it. I wish Donald Trump would’ve torn down the playboy cover framed on his wall and apologized for the leaked
locker room talk comments, but he didn’t. Likewise, I wish Hillary Clinton would’ve changed her stance on late term abortion, but she didn’t.
Regardless of how we feel, now is the time to put aside our hysteria, personal politics, partisan positions, and pride so we can GIVE THE MAN A CHANCE. Every President before him was been given that respect, and President Trump deserves nothing less.
If we can’t come together around anything else, let’s agree on one thing — our nation and President, need our prayers. This is the beautiful prayer Solomon prayed when he became king:
“I am only a little child and do not know how to carry out my duties. 8 Your servant is here among the people you have chosen, a great people, too numerous to count or number. 9 So give your servant a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong. For who is able to govern this great people of yours?” 1Kings 3:7-9
A Prayer for the President Watercolor Art Print
The bald eagle was chosen as our National Bird by our Founding Fathers because they believed eagles symbolized the same virtues the United States possess — freedom, strength, and courage. President John F. Kennedy once wrote:
“The Founding Fathers made an appropriate choice when they selected the bald eagle as the emblem of the nation. The fierce beauty and proud independence of this great bird aptly symbolizes the strength and freedom of America…”
As the symbol on the President’s flag and because of what it exemplifies, I wanted to include a bald eagle on the Prayer for The President Print.
Happy President’s Day!
TAKE ACTION: Set a daily reminder on your phone or grab one of these prints as a reminder to pray for our president and nation on a regular basis. He needs it … we all need it!