Please pray for America’s Judges
“Pray for all men with all forms of prayers and requests as you intercede with intense passion. And pray for every political leader and representative, so that we would be able to live tranquil, undisturbed lives, as we worship the awe-inspiring God with pure hearts. It is pleasing to our Savior-God to pray for them. He longs for everyone to embrace His life and return to the full knowledge of the truth.”
Thank You, Lord, that our Founders established three branches of government to ensure there would be a balance of powers. We pray for Supreme Court justices, and for the thousands of judges serving across America in federal, state, county, and municipal courts. May they not be swayed by prejudice, political opinion, or malicious outside influences.
Lord, as our courts come into alignment with Your will, also cause needed changes to be established in all levels of our correctional system. We ask for the salvation of those on the bench who don’t know You.
Thank You for awakening believers to pray for these reforms to happen, and to vote accordingly. May all forces of evil in our judicial and correctional systems be abolished, in Jesus’ name, Amen.
U.S. Supreme Court Justices: Chief Justice John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Steven Breyer (has announced retirement but will serve until his replacement is decided), Brett Kavanaugh, Elena Kagan, Clarence Thomas, Sonia Sotomayor, Neil Gorsuch, and Amy Coney Barrett.
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Hawley blasted Jackson for talking about the child pornographer as if he was the victim in this case.
“To me, to take a guy who’s 18-years-old, who has what the government says is an extremely large collection of prepubescent pornography, eight-year-olds, 10-year-olds, 11-year-olds, we’re talking about, I mean, gobs of hours of time here that he has,” Hawley stated. “And you say to him, what you say well it was just a collection. I mean, he was just viewing it and it was, you know, essentially they were his peers. You say to him that he’s not a pedophile. I don’t know how you know that. I don’t know why that’s relevant to the guidelines. But maybe it is. You say he’s not a pedophile. You say that you’re very sorry for him. And what he suffered. And then you give him three months when, frankly, a liberal prosecutor is asking for two full years.” Under normal circumstances, Jackson’s conduct in this case should be disqualifying. But will any Democrat Senator cross their Party’s identity politics orthodoxies to oppose Ketanji Brown Jackson?
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Guinta writes, “If confirmed, Judge Jackson would be the first black woman to serve as a Justice on the Supreme Court. Or would she? If she can’t define the word woman, will the milestone still apply?”
Supreme Court Justice nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson was asked about her record which shows a pattern of leniency with individuals charged and convicted of distributing child pornography. (click for details)
SCOTUS nominee Judge Kentanji Jackson questioned by Senator Josh Hawley