Mayor Don Iveson
2nd Floor, City Hall
1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Please forgive Don Iveson for his crime against Your Word. His proclamation of war against the church is being heard all over the world. Please forgive him because he doesn’t not know You. He has no idea the power and might of prayer.
He has no idea the number of Christians praying to The Creator that justice will be served. Yet, in faith, we know, You work all things for good. You take evil and you twist it and use it for good.
There is a wave of revival coming. And more than ever we see the numbers of people turning their lives to You! Even Don Iveson can be saved. Your mercy extends that far.
Dear Lord, I pray for Pastor James Coates. I pray that his witness would be great. That his time spent in persecution would only grow his faith, just like Paul. That his witness and his testimony would shine so bright against the darkness.
The very best part of persecution – you see – is that it works opposite. It revives the fading flame. Fear isn’t of God, we don’t fear lies, government, or socialism. We only serve the Lord.
In all things we rejoice! For the Light of Life is working great miracles. We are not alone.
In closing Don Iveson, please know I am praying for you. And not with fists clinched in anger, but hands folded in love. You too, can be saved and spend eternity in heaven. You too, can change your path and play for the winning team. I know this because I am saved. Even a sinner like me can be saved and so that means that salvation is free and offered to you as well! So amazing!
John 3:16 – For God so loved the world that He gave us His only begotten Son. That whoever (Don Iveson) believes in Him (Jesus) would not die but have everlasting life!
In Jesus name, Amen.
To my fellow Christians, please use the address on the top of this page and please write your own letter to the Mayor of Edmonton.
The Constitution of Canada is the same as ours, surprisingly – they do not abide by their own Rights
2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:
- (a) freedom of conscience and religion;
- (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;
- (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and
- (d) freedom of association.