Wednesday, May 14

let's pray together

i'm sure you all know the horrific quake that hit China and the cyclone that has recently hit Myanmar.

friends, i urge you to take a few minutes out of your busy time to pray for the people affected by these tragedies. the death toll continues to rise in China... just this morning the death toll was already close to 15,000 and about 40,000 still buried and missing. while the tragedy in Myanmar, there was a confirmed death of 100,000 and 60,000 more are either dear or missing.

please join me in praying for the improvement of the current situation in both countries. some who have survived are now in refugee camps where there are medical, food and water crisis. the aids are not getting there as fast as expected and for this, the people have suffered greatly under starvation. friends, if you feel that you do not have the material resources to extend a help to this people, please, i beg you for a simple prayer. it's enough to save these people who have experienced tragedy in epic proportions.

thanks for your support. may the Lord be glorified in the midst of this until the end of time.

2 comments:

Julie said...

Hello Lovely,

I and other prayer warriors in my area are also in the same page as you are. We believe in the power of prayer and so we would like to honor your request.

"Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks to all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus" -
1 Thessalonians 5: 16 -18

We would also like to ask for your time in lifting up a 9 month old baby boy, Advay Ritesh Bansal.
This baby has been rushed to an hospital in Pune (India) as he was getting seizures. Pray for a creative miracle for the left brain to be joined to the right brain.

If you or any one you know has a word of encouragement for the family please pass it on.

May this miracle lead the family to believe in Jesus. Keep the parents and family in prayers to.

Right now this baby's in ICCU and needs immediate prayers.
God Bless you,
YSIC,
Julie

Lovely said...

hi julie,

thanks for coming alongside us in praying for this people. rest assured that we will be praying for advay's recovery. God's hands are not too short to grant us this request for His mercy is new every morning.

blessings to you and yours.

your sis in Christ,
lovely