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tobias haller

“I will send a lying spirit into the mouths of the prophets…” ‘Nuff said.


I wouldn’t laugh too hard. I’d hope that every candidate in an Episcopal election felt that God had called them to participate. That’s not necessarily arrogance. It could be discernment. Surely that’s a good thing.

Micah Jackson


Maybe god was in the mood to watch debates and set them going at each other.

June Butler



JC Fisher

Imagine if every politician confessed “For imagining myself the best-qualified person for this office—nevermind remotely qualified!—Lord, forgive me.”

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