The Center for Security Policy declared Thursday, October 4 to be a national day of prayer for Brett Kavanaugh ahead of the vote to confirm him as the newest Supreme Court justice.
“A preliminary Senate vote on the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the Supreme Court has been scheduled for tomorrow. A national day of prayer for this good man to become our next associate justice has been scheduled for today,” Frank Gaffney, president and CEO of Center for Security Policy, says.
The call came after President Donald Trump asked for prayers on behalf of Kavanaugh.
Senate Committee members announced early Thursday that they received the FBI report on Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations. The committee was set to vote on Friday, prompting the urgent call to prayer.
“Judge Kavanaugh is an exemplary all-American who has for decades honorably and faithfully served his community, country and God. Those who have tried to destroy his reputation and nomination have been exposed as unfair, dishonest and obsessed with power at any cost. Some have gone so far as to put at risk senators who disagree with them and their conduct,” Gaffney continues. “So, today let us: pray for Judge Kavanaugh to become one of our best Supreme Court jurists ever; pray—as his daughter has done—for those who have accused him; and pray for the healing and unity of our nation.”
Others offered their prayers on social media.
(Source: Charisma Media)