A birthday prayer for President Noynoy Aquino

Happy Birthday President. I have a short prayer for you.

I pray you will be enlightened that our country needs the Reproductive Health Bill and the Freedom of Information bill which right now is not within the 17 priority bills.

I pray to God that He blesses you everyday and gives you strength to hurdle the challenges that come your way and most importantly, to make decisions for the good of the country,

Here are photos of the President during his birthday, February 8

Father Arnold Abelardo leads Presidential Sisters Kristina Bernadette “Kris” Aquino, Victoria Elisa “Viel” Aquino-Dee and husband Richard Dee, Vice President Jejomar Binay and senior government officials for a pray over to President Benigno Simeon Aquino III during the Thanksgiving Mass for the 51st Birthday of the President officiated by Fr. Arnold Abelardo Tuesday February 8, 2011 at the Heroes Hall, Malacañang. Fr. Abelardo,chaplain of the Philippine Orthopedic Center, spent seven months of the presidential campaign by the side of P-Noy as a volunteer priest. (Photo by:BenHur Arcayan/ Malacañang Photo Bureau).

(Photo by:Rolando Mailo/ Malacañang Photo Bureau).

Father Arnold Abelardo leads Presidential Sisters Kristina Bernadette “Kris” Aquino, Victoria Elisa “Viel” Aquino-Dee and husband Richard Dee, Vice President Jejomar Binay and senior government officials for a pray over to President Benigno Simeon Aquino III during the Thanksgiving Mass for the 51st Birthday of the President officiated by Fr. Arnold Abelardo Tuesday February 8, 2011 at the Heroes Hall, Malacañang. Fr. Abelardo,chaplain of the Philippine Orthopedic Center, spent seven months of the presidential campaign by the side of P-Noy as a volunteer priest. (Photo by:Marcelino Pascua/ Malacañang Photo Bureau).

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