Let Us Pray

The number of President Biden’s gaffes and flip-flops on issues would fill a book, but he combined several categories of verbal meanderings at last week’s National Prayer Breakfast.


The gathering took place in the Capitol’s National Statuary Hall. Biden pronounced it “statutory hall.” He must have had son Hunter’s legal problems and the possibility of his own impeachment in mind. The annual event has been moved from a downtown hotel after allegations were made that some attendees were selling their tickets to people who wanted to lobby Members of Congress. The event is now restricted to members and some staff. 

Near the end of his remarks, Biden mentioned Psalm 22, which was a prophetic Psalm written by King David. It foretells the crucifixion of Jesus Christ 1, 000 years in the future. One of its verses is quoted by Jesus on the cross: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”

Biden didn’t just misquote it, he rewrote it: “In my church we’ve turned (it) into a hymn – He will raise you up on Eagles wings…” He also blended in a line from the Irish Blessing.

Other statements contradict Biden’s behavior, including his call for us to “…see

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