There are some very important issues that will be brought before the Supreme Court very soon, and they are so important to religious liberty and freedom of conscience!
I ask that my readers will please join me in a day of prayer and fasting on Sunday, November 17th to implore the Lord for His divine help in these upcoming cases-- first that the Romeike case will be heard, and then that the court will uphold parental rights and asylum for families who are persecuted by their countries of origin for their parenting choices.
There are also two more cases that are challenging the requirements that Obamacare is placing on businesses that have to do with denying the leaders of companies the right to act according to their religious beliefs and personal convictions.
Here's more about the issues and the names of the cases in question at the website:
In Romeike v. Holder, we are asking the Supreme Court to uphold America as a place of refuge for those who are persecuted for their faith. I feel good about our argument, but we must all recognize that the Supreme Court takes a very limited number of cases—so please pray that the Court will agree to hear our appeal.
This is not the only important case being examined that day. The Justices will also decide whether to hear cases involving the strength of our constitutional religious freedoms in the ObamaCare-related cases, Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood v. Sebelius.
Prayer and fasting are not the last resources-- they are the very BEST!!! Will you please join me and thousands of others who care about religious and family freedoms in prayer and fasting on Sunday, November 17th?
Thank you so much!
I will join you! Thanks for asking; I have felt terrible about the treatment of the German family. Our government is riddled with those would want to take away our liberties and persecute the righteous. We are truly in the last days prophesied by Isaiah where good is called evil and evil good.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing these cases; it is very concerning. I think fasting and prayer is the best thing to do.ReplyDelete