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At the end of every episode of “Duck Dynasty,” the Robertsons gather for a family meal and pray.
Duck Commander Phil Robertson told The Christian Chronicle recently that he always prays in Jesus’ name but the A&E show edits out the “Jesus” before the “Amen.”
For one night at least, that changed.
“Through Jesus, I pray,” Phil Robertson, an elder for the White’s Ferry Road Church of Christ in West Monroe, La., prayed at the end of Wednesday night’s second new episode. “Amen.”
Al Robertson, Phil’s son and a fellow elder with the White’s Ferry Road church, said the family was pleased.
“We are pleased that A&E honored Phil’s persistence, and our Lord, by leaving in Jesus’ name at the end of our family prayer,” Al Robertson said in response to a question from the Chronicle.
Read the Chronicle’s recent profile of the Robertson family.
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