Don’t Just Pray for Paris, Pray for More. 🙏🙏

Isa 35:4 Say to those who are fearful-hearted, “Be strong, do not fear! Behold, your God will come with vengeance, with the recompense of God; He will come and save you.” (NKJV)

My prayers are with those who are affected by the horrible attacks launched in Paris; the loss of a loved one, a relative, a friend.

My prayers also go to those who are in hospital in either critical or stable conditions. May healing be not only on your bodies, but in your hearts and souls as well.

My prayers go out to the perpetrators of this attack, trusting that the all-encompassing love of Jesus will cover you and convict you of sin.

Yet I could go on and on… But I’m feeling like its not just Paris we should pray for.

As I was going through trending topics on the Paris terrorist attacks, I came across this wonderful poem by an Indian blogger, Karuna Izara Parik, emphasising that we should not only pray for Paris, but also pray for more.

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Today, as Christians in the fellowship of the Lamb, let us take time to remember the world as we pray, that God will work in our hearts first so that by His grace and for His glory, we shall help heal the world.

May the verse posted above be an encouragement, not only to those affected by the attack, but to those who in their souls are facing daily attacks from the enemy.

Be blessed ✌ ✌

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5 thoughts on “Don’t Just Pray for Paris, Pray for More. 🙏🙏

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  1. Well put. Praying without ceasing and hopefulness will bring all these terror incidents in the world to a stop.
    Profound and very inspiring blogs. Great work!

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  2. Well put Eddie. Praying without ceasing and hopefulness will bring all these terror incidents to a stop.
    Profound and very inspiring blogs. Great work!

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