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Prayer For Earthquake Victims

I sincerely hope that everyone is praying for the ones left alive after the deadly quake that hit Asia. They are guessing the death toll to be 20,000 to 30,000 or more.There are 2.5 left homeless. Also much death and suffering after the mudslides in Guatamala. Please be in prayer.

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"But the Lord is the true God, He is the living God and the everlasting King. At His wrath the earth quakes, and the Nations cannot endure His indignation when He utters His voice, there is a tumult of waters in the heavens, and He causes the clouds to ascend from the end of the earth, He makes lightning for the rain, and brings out the wind from His storehouses. [Jeremiah10:12,13] Every man is stupid, devoid of knowledge, every goldsmith is put to shame by his idols. V.14.
---catherine on 3/26/08

For his molten images are deceitful, and there is no breath in them. They are worthless, a work of mockery. In the time of their punishment they will perish.V. 15 Jeremiah.
---catherine on 3/26/08

It breaks my heart to watch the news just recently. So many tragedies, so many lives lost and families grieving and homeless. Some tragedies seem worse that others when lots of children are the victims, as they are with this earthquake.Let us all hold up in prayer the parent who are grieving for their lost children and let us all do as much as we possibly can to support the relief efforts. We must not grow weary of helping and supplying funds just because these things keep happening.
---M.A. on 3/26/08

Yes I will be praying for both,its so sad,one thing after another.The world is in turmoil it seems.Lots of pain.
---Darlene_1 on 3/26/07

Yes I will be praying for both,its so sad,one thing after another.The world is in turmoil it seems.Lots of pain.
---Darlene_1 on 3/26/07

We have been getting rain all week, since Saturday. I have not complained. Though dismal and dreary, my situation pales in comparison to the plight of the quake and hurricane victims. I have a roof over my head and food to eat and my cats to keep my company. I am praying for all of the natural disaster victims these days.
---Madison on 10/13/05

Katrina wasn't a very nice lady to us ... living in Jackson, Miss. and having no power at home or work the Lord sent me to the Miss. Coliseum with coloring books and colors ... I walked in and heard children singing "Jesus Loves Me" ... I do pray for these people. They were wonderful, no whining, just thankful to God to have their lives.
---Nellah on 10/13/05

Thanx for requesting prayer via the Blog, Barbara. Many people are praying for those affected by Hurricane Katrina, H.Rita, by the horrendous flooding, and the horrible mud slides in Guatemala and I believe Venezuela is hit also. All over this planet we see horrible devastation. We ARE praying with all our hearts for everyone, also giving our money as we can! We must not forget to keep supporting our southern U.S. neighbors also - their plight will last for a very long time.
---Elsie on 10/13/05

I too noticed how few have responded to this post but I'm sure that most, like me, are praying for these people and sending off what we can in goods and money. I don't think that the number of replies to a post is necessarily an indication of the interest, or lack of, to a particular subject. There cannot be many people left untouched by the plight of these people.
---M.P. on 10/13/05

That was supposed to be 2.5 million homeless.
The number has risen dramatically since this post. At least a dozen aftershocks have been felt, one registering 5.6 on the RS.
It is sad that not many are answering this call to prayer. I hope you are praying, but just not blogging on this.
---NVBarbara on 10/13/05

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