Today Pray For: Noam Chomsky

Noam-Chomsky
Noam Chomsky needs our prayers (Chomsky’s Philosophy YouTube page)

This man needs our prayers more than just about anyone.

There are liberals and then there are people who simply hate God. Noam Chomsky is one of the latter.

In this article on CBN News, Chomsky, a world-renowned liberal professor “who’s harshly critical of conservative public policy positions,” recently told college students at a special lecture that this generation “is facing the most awesome question that has ever arisen in human history: the question is will organized human life survive.”

He also said, “People in high places now claim to be devout Christians, and on the basis of Christian ideals they’re saying let’s proceed to destroy the world.”

In the past, Chomsky has attacked Christianity and mocked God. I’m not sure how old he is (you can judge by the photo), but it doesn’t look as if he has much time for this earth. It is God’s will that everyone come to repentance and not perish, isn’t? Aren’t we to pray for our enemies? If we believe God’s Word, then we all need to pray for this man. I pray for his heart and I pray for his soul. Therefore:

“Dear Lord, I pray to you with all my heart that you do something miraculous to change and transform the heart of this man, Noam Chomsky. You know what He has done and what He has said against you. But on the cross Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” Mr. Chomsky may know exactly what he is doing. But then, he may not because he may not have ever known about Your truth–your message of grace and redemption. We pray against the forces and legions of Satan that have hold of this man and pray that they set him free right now in the name of Jesus. He obviously holds a great deal of influence over a great many people. Transform his heart and his mind so that he can influence people for You. And protect those who hear him speak now from the venom that the enemy spews to turn them away from you. In the name of Jesus we pray, Amen.”

“Hatred stirs up conflict, but love covers over all wrongs.” (Prov. 10:12) 

 

 

 

 

 

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