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Huckabee: Prop 8 Passed Because of Prayer


Mike Huckabee and Newt Gingrich spoke to a conservative Christian audience at an event this past weekend called, "Rediscovering God in America". Watch the report below:


Huckabee says that Proposition 8 passed in California due to prayer. Here's the quote from Mike Huckabee:

"There's no way in the world ... that there should have been Proposition 8, make it to the ballot, that was the first miracle, and then for it to pass and it happened because there were people like Lou (Engle, found of "The Call" movement) and others on their faces before God who prayed,"

Gingrich says he is compelled to speak out against the "secular fanatics who are trying to destroy our relationship with God in American life."

The Gingrich quote is below:

"You cannot look at America as a secular society and make any sense of our history, so I just thought on behalf of my grandchildren, on behalf of my country, that I was compelled to get back into the arena to take on the secular fanatics who are trying to destroy our relationship with God."


"Put your faith in God. Seek your courage from God. Recognize that you're never alone and then with the help of your Creator, stand up for that which you know is true and do so fearlessly because in fact God will protect you."

 

 

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Comments on this post

# RE: Huckabee: Prop 8 Passed Because of Prayer

Thank God for men like you. I continue to pray for our great country and it's leaders. It is the only way. God Bless America!
Left by Anonymous on Jun 08, 2009 3:34 PM

# RE: Huckabee: Prop 8 Passed Because of Prayer

You know, I've heard many far right religious people saying that we shouldn't legislate charity, etc, as it is a mandate of god and that is what tithing is for. Now the same people want to legislate morality. What happened to leaving it up to God? I feel like these people don't have any true faith at all.
Left by nicholasjh on Jun 08, 2009 5:20 PM