Please Pray

Our hearts are grieving with those who lost loved ones or were injured in Boston. Evil brought devastation to precious, innocent lives today. Families will never be the same. Please join us in praying for comfort, for healing, and for God’s peace.

“For the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous,
and his ears are open unto their prayers:
but the face of the Lord is against them that do evil.”
1 Peter 3:12

10 thoughts on “Please Pray”

  1. We are only 45 minutes away and have friends that were there. They are safe, thank the Lord! We just keep praying for all the trauma suffered. So many little ones hurt. Thank you for the Bible verse.

  2. What a extremely hard thing to see happen… makes me wonder “why?” We have to rest in the truth that God gives us in Romans 8:28.
    I am praying for healing for the hearts as well as the bodies of everyone in Boston. May God bless the hurting with a peaceful night during this upheaval.

    ~ Romans 8:28 ~
    “And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, and to those who are called according to His purpose”.

  3. Such a sad, senseless happening. I am continuing to pray for all those affected by this tragedy. Thank you for sharing that Bible verse.
    Love, Mrs. Patti

  4. I thank you also for sharing that verse. The families and the people who were affected directly by the explosions are in the prayers of my family tonight.

  5. We are praying for all. My cousin was running in the Marathon and was just coming up on the 25th mile when the first explosion happened and they would not allow them to run any further. Her team and her are safe and all accounted for, thank the Lord. Continuing to pray for everyone.

  6. Thank you for mentioning it on your blog. We need to remember that God also did not want this to happen. However, evil doers did. God is with the injured.

  7. As I watched videos of the explosions and watched how destruction can overturn the most peaceful places into terror, in the most unexpected times and places and in the blink of an eye wrecking the most average people’s lives, I remembered Jesus’ words concerning the collapse of the tower of Siloam. The parallels with the Boston bombings are perfect: “Think ye that those victims were sinners above all men that dwelt in Boston? I tell you, nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish” (from Luke 13:4-5). As we grieve and pray over the pain and the death of people very much like us, or consider how many were spared, as my father, who was a few hours before about 2000 feet from the blasts, let us soften our hearts toward God, be wise and consider.

  8. That’s horrible. AM praying. May God wrap them tightly with His love and comfort. It is a good reminder that God DOES judge evil. This person is responsible for what they did.

    Rebecca K.

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