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Prayers and Petitions About the Iran Nuclear Deal

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Last Tuesday, negotiators from the U.S., Great Britain, France, China, Russia, and Germany finalized an agreement with Iran that aims to curb the Islamic Republic’s nuclear ambitions.

While many are hailing it as a “landmark deal,” Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu, who has long been an opponent of a deal with Iran that allows any room for Iran to develop nuclear weapons was, to say the least, not so optimistic. Writing on his Facebook page, he called it “a bad deal” and “a stunning historic mistake.” His voice is just one of many voicing harsh criticism of the agreement.

While we await the vote by the U.S. Congress on whether to approve or disapprove of this agreement, we ask you to pray that they would have divine discernment and that God would block any agreements that would put Israel in harm’s way.

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