Biden Erases The Name of “God” from National Day of Prayer Proclamation

If you’ve ever had any doubts about the radical left’s anti-religious stance, this video might be all the proof you need.

In his declaration of a National Day of Prayer, Joe Biden has “removed” any mention of God.

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Of course, prayer is described as a “solemn appeal for assistance or expression of gratitude addressed to God.”

So, without God, how can you have a National Day of Prayer?

Joe Biden, it seems, believes it is possible.

He is the first modern president to issue a proclamation declaring a National Day of Prayer without mentioning God.

Here are some more information on this stunning development:

In any case, it’s not a good look for the White House, particularly since we’re supposed to be “one nation under God.”

More on Biden’s strange comment can be found at Just the News:

The word “God” does not appear once in President Biden’s declaration for National Day of Prayer.

In the declaration, Biden says, “I invite the citizens of our Nation to offer thanks for our many freedoms and blessings, in accordance with their own religions and consciences, and I join all people of faith in prayers for spiritual guidance, grace, and protection.”

The word “Lord” occurs only once in the declaration, at the end of the declaration, in relation to the date: In the boilerplate expression “in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty-one,” the word appears.

In a quotation attributed to the late Rep. John Lewis, the word “the divine” appears: “Nothing can hinder the ability of a devoted and determined people to make a difference in our world.” What is the reason for this?

In his final National Prayer Day proclamation last year, former President Donald Trump, on the other hand, referenced God about a dozen times.

“How do you issue a declaration about prayer and not mention God at all?” asked David Brody, host of The Water Cooler.

In terms of religion, Biden has recently been in the spotlight.

Several Catholic bishops have openly questioned whether or not Biden should be allowed to receive Holy Communion.

What is the reason for this?

Since Biden is an abortion supporter.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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