In a post on Rapid Fire, Robert E. Sagers poses a good question – “Is there anywhere you wouldn’t pray, if asked?”
Sagers questions us after reviewing Donald Miller’s decision to give the benediction to the Democratic National convention.
Although I disagree with Mr. Miller on many things, I think he responds well when he says, “This is about any believer who’s called and asked to come and pray. No matter you’re called to pray, you go”. It’s not as obligatory as Miller suggests but why wouldn’t we go pray? You can include a lot of God-exalting, exclusively Christ-centered, anti-abortion appeals to God for repentance to be granted. The questions might become, could you do it and still obey Matthew 6:1,5?