The 57th Inaugural Celebration Continues – The National Prayer Breakfast

Obama thanked for living in 'glass house'The National Prayer Breakfast gave the Obama family a gratifying taste of old time religion. The kind of nourishment for the soul that we all recognize & revere. The celebration of Love & Oneness permeated the space, cutting thru the usual beltway grind and filling the hearts of observers, present & future. This photo sums it up for me.

Kansas-based Reverend, Adam Hamilton of United Methodist Church of Resurrection had high praise for President Obama & those who take on the role of “public servants”. He says in a heartfelt statement “Thank you, for giving yourselves, for sacrificing, for living in glass houses, for accepting the constant barrage of criticism with very little praise, for being willing to risk everything in order to serve country,”

I agree and continually thank President Obama and the First Family for their tireless & excellent service to our nation. ~ KT

CNN Political Ticker

(CNN) — On the day following his ceremonial inauguration, President Barack Obama received warm praise Tuesday while attending an interfaith prayer service at the National Cathedral.

Rev. Adam Hamilton, senior pastor at the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Kansas, said Americans should “more often” give thanks to Obama and those who serve in higher elected office.

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~ by katrinataylor44 on January 22, 2013.

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