Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours. I know that I am not perfect, I know sometimes I forget to pray, I know I have questioned my faith, I know sometimes I loose my temper, But thank you for loving me, unconditionally and giving me another day to start over again.
Therefore confess you sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. But Commissioner Robin Bartlett Frazier said during the next county meeting that the judge’s order is “an infringement on [her] First Amendment rights of free speech and religion,” and refused to stop using the name of Jesus even if it means being placed behind bars. The AHA then threatened to seek contempt charges if Frazier or others with the commission continued to defy the order by delivering sectarian invocations. Last week, the commission presented a prayer without references to a specific deity, but during the public comment session, one area resident spoke out against the court ruling and began praying in the name of Jesus. On Tuesday, the commission narrowly voted 3-2 to follow Quarles’ order and stop offering prayers in Jesus’ name, at least while the case moves forward in court or until the Supreme Court issues a ruling regarding a similar matter.

As part of the resolution, only Board President Dave Roush will present the invocations at public meetings, and while he may still refer to “God,” “Heavenly Father,” “God of Abraham,” or similar phrases, he will not use the name of Jesus. Dear Reader, our hearts are deeply grieved by the ongoing devastation in Iraq, and through this we have been compelled to take a stand at the gates of hell against the enemy who came to kill and destroy. Keep your site fresh and your visitors coming back by featuring Christian News Network's top news stories on your site. Christian News Network provides up-to-date news and information affecting the body of Christ worldwide from an uncompromising Biblical worldview.
AHA then asked Judge Quarles to fine the commission $10,000 for each sectarian prayer presented in contempt of the court. The two commissioners that voted against the motion were Robin Bartlett Frazier and Richard Rothschild.

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Our objective is to present the news with the word of God as our lens, and to bring to light what is hid in the darkness. Bush, issued a preliminary injunction last month against sectarian prayers by Carroll County Commissioners. The American Humanist Association (AHA) had filed a lawsuit asserting that the Christian invocations violated the Establishment Clause of the U.S.

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