So Gov. Matt Bevin says we can pray away the violence in Louisville. While that seems remarkable and lofty, it also seems shortsighted and shows favoritism.
Bevin is the governor of the entire state. Why is he focused on curing Louisville’s crime problem with his prayer teams when there are problems throughout the state?
Eastern Kentucky could definitely use some prayer for all the unemployed coal miners, and its hills could use some replenishing of its coal seams. Many Kentuckians have serious illnesses and could use prayers to cure their diseases. There are hundreds of homeless children and families. They certainly need prayers, and fast. The list of problems throughout Kentucky goes on and on.
It seems selfish that Bevin would limit his prayer curing to only Louisville, where he lives, when his whole state needs prayers to fix its very serious problems. Is he not concerned with all the problems that plague all of Kentucky? Why just Louisville? Kentucky as a whole could use some prayers.