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Senate Prayers Of Peter Marshall

by Peter Marshall

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Peter Marshall is remembered as one of the most effective and inspiring communicators of Christian thought in this century. His prayers are extolled for their eloquence and their ability to reach people of all walks of life, who seek truth, freedom, justice, morality, faith and immorality.
He was offered the position of Chaplain to the Senate in 1947 and accepted despite the political overtones that he recognized. This was the famous 80th Congress, the first Republican Senate in almost two decades.
Within a few weeks, his eloquence and obvious grasp of the problems and topics of the day had newspapers and magazines quoting his prayers. Senators found him so helpful that they soon adopted him as their own "pastor." Peter died suddenly in January 1949, shortly after the start of the 81st Congress, stunning the Senate and the country.

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