Monday, November 26, 2018

Prayer about terrorist attacks in Pakistan
Heavenly Father, today we pray for your comfort and healing after Friday’s terrorist attacks in Pakistan. We are saddened about the two civilians and two police officers who died during the morning attack at the Chinese consulate. We are grateful that the gunmen were stopped prior to entering the consulate and that further casualties were prevented. Lord, we grieve for the 30 people who were killed by a suicide bomber in a market later that afternoon. We also remember the 50+ people who were injured and we pray that they recover. Father, we are saddened by the hatred that these attacks represent, and we pray against the enemy who orchestrates them. We praise you for being faithful to us, for listening to our prayers, and for working on our behalf. We ask that the Prime Minister, Imran Khan, the Pakistani leaders, and the police seek you and your wisdom. Help them to protect the people of Pakistan and stop future attacks. Lord, you are strong and mighty, and we put our trust in you. In Jesus name, amen.

Prayer contributed by guest prayer blogger Brandi South:

Brandi South resides in Chambersburg, PA, with her husband, their daughter, and their two rescue cats. She is employed at Shippensburg University of PA and plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree starting in the fall. Brandi is a member of Grand Point Church in Chambersburg where she enjoys serving on the First Impressions Team as a greeter. Some of her favorite scripture passages are Psalm 25 and Ephesians 2.

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