A Prayer of Abraham Lincoln

We all face times when it seems the situation before us is impossible. Let us remember the simple prayer of one of our greatest Presidents when He faced insurmountable odds.

President Lincoln himself remained steadfast in his faith even when General Robert E. Lee led his army of 76,000 men into Pennsylvania. He said these words to his general who was wounded at Gettysburg: “When everyone seemed panic-stricken…I went to my room…and got down on my knees before Almighty God and prayed…Soon a sweet comfort crept into my soul that God Almighty had taken the whole business into His own hands…”

OH Lord may we do the same, may we put the business of our lives into your capable hands. We trust in you to lead us with all wisdom and compassion to produce better ways to live and make a difference in our world today. Bless us all with courage and resolve to do the good work you have called us to do. In these challenging and troubling times help us remain steadfast in our faith. God Bless!

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About Rev. Salvatore Mancini

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog. My name is Rev. Salvatore Mancini and I have over thirty years of ministerial service in preaching, teaching, evangelism, Biblical administration, church government. I also hold a degree in Christian Education. I have ministered in worldwide missions here in the USA, Peru, Spain, Italy, Canada, D.R. Congo, and Zambia. I am also associate pastor and vice-president of the Full Gospel Interdenominational Church in Manchester, Connecticut. As co-author of numerous Bible foundation studies, my greatest desire is to minister God’s Word to empower Christians to unleash their God-given talents in order to reach souls for God’s Kingdom. I have a heart for people, and through the Holy Spirit-anointed ministry, combined with my biblical knowledge, personal life experiences, and sense of humor, I hope to inspire and stir you to do your best for God! I, my wife, and two children reside in Connecticut.
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