Sarah Palin says the United States should rededicate itself to seeking God's will, arguing a humble spirit could help leaders get more answers on issues such as health care, energy and national security.
The 2008 Republican candidate for vice president said in a video released Friday by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association it's important for leaders to acknowledge they don't have all the answers. She said the country will be safer, more prosperous and healthier if the nation seeks God's protection and blessing.
Palin traveled to North Carolina two weeks ago as part of her book tour and visited Billy Graham at his home in western North Carolina. The aging evangelist has been a counsel to presidents and politicians for decades.
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