Friday, April 15, 2005

President Shares Faith With Press

On the return flight from Rome following Pope John Paul II's funeral last Friday, President Bush spent some time with the members of the press corps aboard Air Force One. After fielding several questions on the pope and the funeral services, a reporter asked, "If there was ever a moment where you ever had any doubts in your own faith, what out of the past public things would strengthen your resolve and firm up your relationship with your God?"

The president responded . . ."I think a walk in faith constantly confronts doubt, as faith becomes more mature. And you constantly confront, you know, questions. My faith is strong. The Bible talks about, you've got to constantly stay in touch with the Word of God in order to help you on the walk. But the Lord works in mysterious ways, and during all our life's journeys we're enabled to see the Lord at work if our eyes are open and our hearts are open. . . ."

Hat tip goes to the Traditional Values Coalition.


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