The Bible exhorts us to pray for those in authority. It is also important to pray for those leaders in other nations who are seeking to move their nations back to freedom and away from Islamic rule. Remember, throughout history in Europe, the Muslims or Saracens, as they were then called, were fought and resisted. Now, because of political deals which keep an elite group of politicians in money and power at the expense of what happens to their nations, what would have been termed before in history, an enemy invasion in war, is now welcomed by politicians with globalist agendas. Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, as well as other freedom movements around the world, indicate that the people are beginning to wake up. What greater private army might the elitists have than to bring in Muslims whose duty it is to kill all infidels, who incidentally, might also be “infidels” against the elites by not accepting their dictatorial rule? And, in the process, and according to the purpose of satan, the objectives are to kill the Christians among those infidels that the name of Jesus Christ might be forgotten in the earth. Wake up.
The church has been AWOL by focusing primarily on what happens within the walls of itself and not wanting to dirty its hands with politics. This is, of course, a simplified version of reality as the church has been infiltrated with doctrines of Freemasons and its mouth muzzled by the 501c(3). In any case, as people awaken to the reality that the serpent, satan, works through the governments of this world, through corrupted dictatorships and political systems, and that the serpent/satan seeks to overtake the world by legislating himself (satan, through his political/atheistic emissaries in human form) and his death cults, his destruction and poverty, into laws of nations, it is up to the church to pray and resist, not just in a religious sense, but in a political sense as well. To do otherwise is to be a “wicked and slothful servant”.
Therefore, pray for those who are seeking to restore freedom. Freedom in a nation is necessary for the church to have the freedom to do its job without persecution.