Should a public restaurant encourage praying?

From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham

Q: My family went to a restaurant with a sign in the window: Prayer is welcomed here. I felt troubled when we received a discount because we had prayed before our meal, until the owner came and told us that this has opened up ways to testify of the Lord. – M.P

A: To bow the head in a restaurant to give thanks for a meal, to kneel in a place where others might notice, are outward demonstrations of personal faith….

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