Prayer for America

My God, my God, I apologize to thee

For America is no longer a God fearing land of the free

We’ve chosen to look away from scripture and the law

Today it is indeed nothing but a free for all


Free for any woman to choose to end a newborn’s life

Free to arrest a man for a meme on a Twitter site

Free to burn the city’s across the western and eastern shores

Free to murder in the streets and punishment is no more


My God, My God, I am so sorry that you had to see

All the civil unrest we’ve had from the mighty land of the free

Freedom here used to be like a beacon in the night

Now all I see is darkness hovered, gone is all the light


One no longer has opinion unless you agree with the power

Politicians hold it all, high from their ivory tower

They forgot for whom they represent, and forgot your holy name

Much like the regime in Germany when Hitler had his reign


My God, my God, I only wish you could end the insanity

As in Ecclesiastes, their thirst is pure vanity

With vanity comes their power, not caring who’s in the way

We are the government; silence, or in jail you will stay


How, long can we go on, so destructive is this nation

How long before you judge and deliver your condemnation

How long can we ignore what we truly used to be

A place of glorious freedom from sea to shining sea


My god, my God, I invite you to intercede

Our country is suffering and the red, white, and blue we bleed

We need the blood of Jesus Christ to redeem our sinful ways

My prayer is we don’t have to wait Lord until the end of days
















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