What advice would George Washington have for voters in 2016? “Pray,” he would probably say. Not just because the bombastic presidential campaign of 2016 has been so unlike any other in U.S. history, and may well prove to be one of the most consequential. But also because the nation’s first president didn’t just truly believe in the power of prayer. He believed prayer was indispensable to the welfare of the republic.
Many Americans still feel that way. That’s why some the nation’s most well-known Christian churches and organizations have organized a non-partisan three-night prayer rally on Capitol Hill, culminating on the evening the ballots are counted, when the nation will find out if the next president will be Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. FULL REPORT