Naomi Johnson

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Prayer for our First Lady Michelle Obama


Prayer for our First Lady

Heavenly Father in the sky continue to give the
First Lady strength to be by the presidents side.
Even when unpleasant situations
 tried to reside.
 
Continue to have her be the rock
of his foundation that gives him
aspiration to clean up this nation.
 
Bless her with the role
to uplift her husband's soul.
Allow her to hold
your godly wisdom firmly and bold.
 
Grant her to be a reflection
for every woman who is seeking
a positive direction. 
Permit her intellect to be an inspiration
of every ethnic girl's educational determination.
 
Let her complexion be a symbol of
success for the female race
to show them they can achieve in any high place.

Give Michelle wisdom in
This First Lady position
so she can carry out your divine mission.
Keep her safe from harm
and protect her in your lovely arms.
Allow her supportive years to create a lasting
impression on every future generation
in becoming the first- Afro-American
"First Lady" elective collaboration.

"Amen"
Michelle Obama 2008

Submitted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
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