Inauguration Week

This day in history will be remembered for a very long time.  History will be marked by a man, his teammate and his team who were not even supposed to be in the Presidential election.  Donald Trump will be installed as the 45th President of the United States of America. 

Key words – United States. 

The problem – the united part has been wounded over the last several weeks, months, and years. Very little keeps us united.  Since 9/11, our country flirted with feelings of unity. That day, our country was attacked and over 3000 people died. Flags flew high and “God Bless America” signs were seen everywhere. 

Unfortunately, I believed it wouldn’t last.

I told my kids that day that this feeling would fade and we would go back to focusing on issues like hanging chads – the “thing” at the time.

As Christ Followers – we have a chance to bring unity to these United States of America.  I don’t want to know who you voted for in this election.  The Bottom Line…Donald Trump and Mike Pence are the New President/Vice President team for the next 4 years.   Work hard to put aside the differences that have fueled the fires of vitriol these past several years. 

Let’s be part of what is great in America.

Embrace your neighbors and work to bring real Change in these United States of America.  Jesus brings about the only real change.  

Regardless of who is president – God is still on the throne.   

Start the change today through prayer – Pray for the President, the Vice President, the Cabinet, and the Congress. You could even let them know you are praying for them. 

Prayer changes things.  It changes my heart every day. By praying for those that serve as leaders of our United States of America this Inauguration Day 2017, you will be part of real change that will last an eternity.

About the Author, Jim Brangenberg

Jim's Mission: To transform Christian-run businesses through mentoring Christian Business Owners (CBOs) by incorporating the servant leadership of Jesus Christ in their businesses, their home life and their walk with Christ.

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