Rep. Maxine Waters has taken her opposition to the Trump Administration to the point of encouraging people to verbally harass Cabinet and White House staff members in public. To give them no peace.
It remains to be seen what legal or procedural recourse the President and/or her fellow Congresspersons have to deal with this tactic. We know what recourse we have as believers who know Christ: the privilege of prayer.
We don't need to pray for anything dire to happen to her or those who choose to follow her. Nor should we. The Scripture says not to "return evil for evil."
We, ourselves, often don't appreciate how the grace of God shields us from what Shakespeare calls "the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to." Flat tires. Dropped calls. Broken ATMs. Automotive gremlins, so to speak.
Let's just pray, fervently, that those who set their hearts to engage in this petty tactic, (and we know that the Lord knows every person's heart), will themselves richly reap petty obstacles and opposition that will hinder them from being where they can do it. May their thoughts be preoccupied and their minds distracted from noticing whether the person(s) they wish to harass come near them. May their frustration be so petty that they are embarrassed to mention its cause.
We don't need to wish any harm on them. Just a thousand petty harmless things that will render them harmless in turn.
A Christian man living in Southeastern Pennsylvania, USA. Came under conviction in 1978 or 1979 to begin believing the Bible is the inspired Word of God. Came to saving faith in Christ in October 1982 by confessing I was a sinner by nature and only Christ could save me.