After the day Barack Obama was elected president, Larry Younginer knelt in front of the congregants at his suburban Atlanta church and offered a prayer of thanks.
"Lord, we have again come to you in prayer, and you have heard our cries from heaven, and you have sent us again from the state called Illinois, a man called Barack to heal our land," said Younginer, a 62-year-old retired information systems worker at Coca Cola in Atlanta. "We pray that you will build a hedge around him that will protect him from those who would do him harm."
Obama was destined to be president. The mere fact that he won the presidency against the odds has caused some Christians, particularly African-Americans, to see the hand of God in his victory after so many years of struggle.ident's reelection effort after nearly two years as a top White House adviser, said the campaign didn't necessarily view Romney as the GOP favorite at this point, even as it focused on his campaign and none of the other GOP contenders.
Obama said, there are many elements to Obama's win in which Christians can find spiritual significance."It is powerful and significant on a spiritual level that there is the emergence of Barack Obama 40 years after the passing of Dr. King," said Carter. "No one saw him coming, and Christians believe God comes at us from strange angles and places we don't expect, like Jesus being born in a manger."
I thought Team Obama was going to focus solely on the economy and creating jobs. Instead he is focusing only on ONE JOB, HIS.Instead of worrying about Romney, why not run on your record? Oh thats right, he can't.Then I hope and change and you people fell for it lol.