Light A Candle, Say A Prayer


Often, when unimaginable tragedy strikes others and we witness the images from afar, we feel a sense of helplessness. The horrible destruction and suffering caused by the flooding in Texas and surrounding areas is one such time. Perhaps one way we can help is to join together in prayer and offer our support to those affected as well as those aiding them.
Will you join me this evening at 6:00 EST in lighting a candle in your home and offering a prayer from your heart?
Together we may bring hope and comfort to others, and in turn to ourselves.

Thank You, my friends.

18 comments:

  1. Most definatly, my heart goes out to all those affected by the terrible tragedy.

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  2. So many of my daughters friends from Baylor have been hit hard, lost their homes, are displaced. Will most definitely be joining you tonight and in the days and months ahead.

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  3. I wish I could go down there on a church clean up mission. I feel so bad. All I can do right now is pray.

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  4. It truly has been such a devastating storm... :( Will be praying for all during this difficult and uncertain time...

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  5. Hi Billie JO~

    Thank you, I will be praying with you.

    Hugs,
    Barb

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  6. The power of prayer is an amazing thing! I have been and will continue to pray for those in Texas. We have family about an hour outside of the Houston area (an aunt, uncle and grown cousins) and thankfully they are all safe

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  7. I will pray at 6 with you for sure. We have a dear friend who is a flight nurse on one of the helicopters from one of our hospitals here, out there right now. Any and all need prayers.

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  8. I'll be there, praying for those who are enduring so much right now. There is strength in numbers....and always in prayers ♥ xx

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  9. My family and I will do this. Hugs. Juli

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  10. Yes. Praying. So heartbreaking. Thank you. God bless.

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  11. Please keep fellow bloggers Mary and Hootin Anni in prayer, both in that area...and yes, friend, I will light a candle.

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  12. Yes, such tragedy, is hard to comprehend. As I said in my post this morning, it seems "not right" to talk about ordinary things, when this is happening, somewhere in our Beloved Country.

    This is a lovely post, with a lovely suggestion.

    Gentle hugs,
    Luna Crone

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  13. Prayers for all those enduring unbelievable hardships. Thank you for your sweet heart, my friend.♥

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  14. So sad, so much devastation. Beautiful post.

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  15. Missed praying with you, but I've been praying.

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Billie Jo