Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Kathleen Wynne - Premier of Ontario and MPP for Don Valley West

Father in Heaven, today we lift up before your throne the Honourable Kathleen Wynne, our Premier. Father, You are the one that raises leaders, kings and those in authority to lead. You said to Honour all people, love the brotherhood, fear God and Honour the king. Therefore, Lord we pray for our Premier; we pray for her health and safety. We pray for her family, protect them all. 

We pray that she would work hard to ensure that the residents of Ontario live peaceful lives, punish criminals and even praise those that are doing the right thing. We pray Lord that you would accomplish Your purposes through Kathleen Wynne. We pray Lord she would trust in You, acknowledge You in all her ways. Lord, we pray that our Premier would depend on You for the courage to do what is right in Your sight, that she would reject all counsel that violates righteousness. 

We pray that you Lord would help our Premier to bring dignity, honour, trustworthiness and integrity in her position as Premier, and each office under her. Thank you Lord that you are still on the throne; please remind her that all her decisions are accountable to you one day, and that You rule over all the nations. We pray oh Lord that she will take time this summer and rest. We pray Lord that our Premier will feel Your love and Your presence every step of the way. Bless her today and give her everything she needs. We ask these things in the Precious Name of Jesus Christ. Amen.


Kathleen Wynne is Ontario’s 25th Premier and the first woman to serve in that role. She was first elected to the Ontario legislature in 2003 as the MPP for Don Valley West, and she became the leader of the Ontario Liberal Party in January, 2013. She has focused on introducing practical progressive solutions throughout her extensive political career, including roles as Ontario’s Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Minister of Transportation, and Minister of Education.

Premier Wynne has three adult children, Chris, Jessie and Maggie, and three grandchildren, Olivia, Claire and Hugh. She and her partner Jane have lived in North Toronto for more than 25 years. Premier Wynne got her start in politics as a Public School Trustee. She has a long history of serving her community by participating in citizens’ groups and grassroots community projects.

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