Axiom Administration Services would like to ask that Americans of all political walks of life come together after the 2012 U. S. Presidential election. Since the American people have spoken and chosen the President and members of the United States Congress, it is time to look forward to improving the future for ourselves and our children. According to The Presidential Prayer Team, we would like to reiterate the quote from 1 Timothy 2:1-2, “I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone – for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.”[i]
Axiom Administrative Services would like to draw strength from this quote for the future and hope you do the same. Drawing on the inspiration of the quote, we wish the new President, Congress and all of our fellow citizens spiritual guidance and the moral rectitude to make the proper decisions to steer this country with a sound and moral compass. Everyone at Axiom Administrative Services believes that the bi-partisan Presidential Prayer Team will help bring the country together by praying for the spiritual health, moral compass and guidance directly from God to take this country in the best possible direction.
Axiom Administrative Services would like to rely on America’s past to help our divided nation heal our divisive nature by reflecting on America’s Founder’s wisdom. As the Presidential Prayer Team says it best, “When studying the founding of the United States, you can’t help but encounter the faith of the nation’s forefathers. Time and again they recognized God’s hand in the shaping of America. You will find Him repeatedly mentioned in their words and documents. And you will find Him having an active, vibrant role in the country’s early history.”[ii] By relying on God and the form of government that our Founder’s left us after separating from Britain, they believed it was the most perfect type of government to enable competing political views to debate peacefully and thoroughly. The Founders, through much debate themselves, envisioned and created a form of government, when one political party or school of thought won, the rights and interests of the minority were not infringed upon. Axiom Administrative Services believes that even though the election was tight and the majority has spoken, a bi-partisan approach can be reach in Washington and across State Capitals across America.
Axiom Administrative Services, similar to the President Prayer Team, believes that through our prayer and devotion to God, we, as Americans, can together move forward and make America an even greater country during the next four years. As Matthew 5:14 goes, “You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden.” America, no matter how politically divided it may seem, is similar to the city on the hill that cannot and will not be hidden because its internal and existential strength is greater than any political, social or economic crisis that it has or will ever face. In light of the Fiscal Cliff approaching within a few hours of this posting, Axiom Administrative Services believes the strength of America, its citizens and political leaders will transcend whatever effects America may or may not experience.
Now that we are nearly 8 weeks beyond the 2012 Presidential Elections, Axiom asks you, no matter your political affiliation and thoughts on the election to join and work together to tackle problems including high levels of unemployment, education, high energy prices and other festering problems that seem to not go away, but only get worse. Therefore, we ask you to join us, along with the Presidential Prayer Team and pray for the well-being of the country as a whole and for each individual in America to improve their current situation. We want to wish everyone a Happy, Healthy and a Prosperous New Year and May God Bless the USA. “Glory be to God!”
[ii] The Presidential Prayer Team. Morality in America. Available at: http://www.presidentialprayerteam.com/morality-in-america/ Accessed November 30, 2012.
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