Day 5, District 5 – Lt. Governor Randy McNally


Lt. Governor Randy McNally

Lt. Governor Randy McNally represents Anderson, Knox, and Loudon counties in the Senate. He worships as a Catholic and has been involved in State Government for many years, serving Honorably. He is a Paul Harris Fellow and was Republican Legislator of the year in 1990.

Lt. Governor McNally is perhaps the most important individual in the state when it comes to passage of either the Personhood Bill or the God Given Marriage Initiative.You see, having served honorably in the Senate for many years, Lt. Governor McNally controls the senate. There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it. He appoints Committee Chairmen. For example, he appointed Senator Mike Bell as Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Senator Bell controlled what happened in the hearings for the Personhood Bill (back when it was the Heartbeat Bill).

We need to pray for Lt. Governor McNally. His actions on this bill have been puzzling. It is important to cover this man in prayer. In that regard, he is no different than any other man.

…For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more.

Luke 12.48 KJV


Prayer Points

  • Pray for Lt. Governor McNally. Ask that the Lord would bless him spiritually by increasing his longing for God’s word and presence, and that he would do the same for you.
  • Pray for the physical needs of all of District 5’s Constituents, and that the Lord would provide for believers so that they can faithfully minister to spiritual and physical needs.
  • Pray for women considering abortions. Pray that the Lord would draw them to men and women in His Kingdom who can minister to them.
  • Pray that their babies would be born happy and healthy, experience a full life, and know the Lord Jesus. Pray that Lt. Governor McNally would support and vote for SB1236 – the Personhood Bill. Pray that he would support the God Given Marriage Initiative.



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