"Setting politics aside doesn't mean the policies are not important — they are. They matter and that's why we're going to pray for our leaders. I also say, too, don't pray for the policies. The people in positions that are crafting those policies and discussing and debating — we know them — so pray for them by name," Harder said.
“The enduring impact of the Bible on history is unparalleled across generation and culture. The state Capitol represents the public square, and we are grateful to continue this tradition in 2019 and years to come,” Harder said to kick off the event.
“The enduring impact of the Bible on history is unparalleled across generation and culture. The virtues of love, humility, and kindness inspired millions to work for the good of others and seek justice for the marginalized that changed history,” Harder said in a news release. “This public reading brings Oklahoma leaders to the Capitol to share favored biblical passages.”
“We humbly place Oklahoma in your hands. We trust in the great God of the ages and matchless power of prayer,” Harder said during his prayer.
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“We humbly place Oklahoma City and our entire state in the hands of the great Redeemer,” Harder said in his prayer for the city and state.