Sadly, the right to pray “in Jesus’ name” has been halted by an anti-Jesus Judge.
Maryland’s Carroll County Commissioners say they’ll reluctantly obey a federal judge’s order barring them from starting their public meetings with sectarian prayers,” reports OneNewsNow
The five-member, all-Republican board voted 3-2 Tuesday to use only nonsectarian prayers to open their meetings – for now. The resolution runs through Aug. 1, when the board says it hopes the Supreme Court will have ruled on a similar dispute in New York state.
Some commissioners have routinely prayed to Jesus Christ when it was their turn to ask for divine guidance over board proceedings.