Electoral College Vote is TODAY
You may have heard that there is quite a controversy over the Electoral College vote this year. The Electoral College system guarantees that smaller states and more rural areas have as much a say in an election as the larger states do. The number of electoral votes from any state are equal to the number of U. S. Senators and Representatives from that state. Some individuals serving as Electorals in their states this year are threatening not to cast their vote the way their state voted. You can learn more about the Electoral College here.
“The integrity of the upright guides them, but the crookedness of the treacherous destroys them.” (Proverbs 11:3; ESV)
Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:
Pray that any faithless electors will not be able to change the will of the states who have voted and its electorate and, thus, change the outcome of the election.
Interceded that the Electoral College will stay intact and allow each of the 50 states a voice in who represents them as president and vice-president.
Ask the Lord for future Electoral College members to be men and women of prayer who are knowledgeable and experienced in governmental matters.
Take authority over any anarchy, bribery, and corruption in the Electoral College system.
A prayer you can pray:
Lord, we come to You today to intercede for our Electoral College system. The Electoral members will be meeting in their states today and we understand that some have said they have no plans to vote in representation of their state’s vote. We pray that the Electoral College system and the election outcome will be secure, Lord. We ask for integrity in our nation’s Electorals today and in the future. Give us men and women who are knowledgable in government matters and understand how important it is that they follow the Constitutional design. We take authority over any anarchy, bribery or corruption in our Electoral College system and thank You in advance for a peaceful outcome today. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
We decree that the 2016 election results are secure and that the Electoral College members will truly vote as their state’s election results dictate.