Herald Sun – 23 January, 2009

Pr Danny NalliahA CONTROVERSIAL pastor is seeking divine intervention to install Peter Costello in The Lodge.

Mr Costello has sent a video message to an Australia Day prayer meeting being organised by Catch the Fire Ministries leader Danny Nalliah.

Mr Nalliah yesterday said he hoped Mr Costello would lead the Liberal Party to victory at the next election after accusing Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull of having anti-Christian agendas.

“Our silent prayer is that Peter . . . will be here to take the leadership of the party and lead the nation into victory as Prime Minister,” he said. “I’m hoping we’ll have a man of integrity who loves the nation, a man who stands for Australian values to lead the nation.”

Mr Nalliah believes the drought and the world financial crisis can be blamed at least partly on human sin. Up to 2000 people are expected at the Melbourne Town Hall meeting.


3 Responses to “Fiery Pastor Danny Nalliah Prays For Peter Costello As PM”

  1. 1 Phil - Sydney

    Dear Rev Danny Nalliah

    I totally agree with you Pastor Danny on Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull . He is a serious dissappointment

    His support for same sex legislation is totally anti-Christian. It shows zero leadership ability. Malcolm Turnbull is certainly not a courageous John Howard. Although I support Liberal values I am very negative about Turnbull’s leadership so far.

    Highly Over-Rated I believe.

    Hope Australia Day in Melbourne is a success for all Christians. Interesting that Rudd was not prepared to submit a message for all Christians. Also a serious concern.

    regards
    Phil

  2. 2 Philip

    [Rudd, Yudhoyono push for interfaith dialogue]

    “There is nothing inevitable about the clash of civilisations,” Mr Rudd said.
    “But in fact, there are huge commonalities between us which we need to build on.
    “Interfaith dialogue between our countries and more broadly across the globe is an area where our two countries will have further to say in the months ahead.”

    Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and the Indonesian President have agreed to push for greater dialogue between Muslims and Christians.

    By Indonesia Correspondent Geoff Thompson and staff
    Posted Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:41pm AEST
    Updated Sat Jun 14, 2008 1:00am AEST

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2008/06/13/2274564.htm

    [Kevin Rudd parts the Holy See with Tim Fischer]

    In a move that underlines the growing importance of the mission to the Vatican – amid speculation that China will also establish ties – the Prime Minister said he hoped the new role could help interfaith dialogue and discussion on human rights and political freedom.

    http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,,24057444-2702,00.html

  3. 3 Whately

    I prayed and voted for a Christian PM…unfortunately there was too much antagonism aroused against him by media and others for him to be elected. Peter Costello would be fine with me!!

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