Prayer for #Alabama

At least 6 people have been killed in the storms they have been having in Alabama. While this has been a horrendous tragedy, Jesus is still on the throne. Please pray with me for those who have lost their homes, livelihoods, and loved ones.

“Dear Jesus,
Thank You for being a God who cares for us and who is also Sovereign. We pray now that You would protect those who have lost everything in these storms, and that those who are injured would be made well. Comfort those who have lost a loved one (Psalm 34:18). Please bless these communities that are going through so much.
In Your Name we pray, Amen.”

If you feel so led, please donate for those who have lost everything through The Red Cross.


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Prayers for Alabama

Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.
(Romans 12:15, NIV)

It is with much sadness that I report about the many tornadoes that twisted through Beauregard, Alabama. At least 90 people have been injured and 23, including four beautiful children, have died.

Things like this are a complete tragedy. Would you pray and mourn with me for these people who are deep in mourning?

“Dear Lord Jesus,
We come to You, filled with sadness over all of the loss had in Beauregard. We pray over each parent who is missing their daughters and sons tonight, and over every family member and friend who is mourning the loss of their loved ones. Thank You for the aid that has been sent to Alabama; we pray that You would lead and guide Your worldwide Church on how we can love, support, and mourn with our brothers and sisters and those who don’t know You.

In Jesus’ Name we pray,
Amen.”

This post is dedicated to the four children who have passed in these tornadoes: Mykala Walden, AJ Hernandez, Taylor Thorton, and Jonathan Bowen. May they rest in Peace.

Jesus is the God who is with the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). Learn more about Jesus, and how He yearns to comfort you and those around you, here.