Sunday, September 27, 2009

a call for prayer



all of us were saddened by the shocking tragedy happened here in the Philippines particularly in Luzon. it is really a heart-weakening disaster. i couldn’t imagine myself in the shoe of the victims. but what if..?! how traumatic that could be?! i just realize how LUCKY i am.. thank God!



by the way, surfing the net, i found this appeal to pray for the victims of Typhoon Ondoy and it goes:


"Lord,

Bless the people of the Philippines who has lost their houses, belongings, lives , due to typhoon Ondoy. We know that you have the power to provide and to take, please make a miracle and bless them abundantly.

Please remove all the worries, stress and fears in their heart, as they have lost everything.

Please ease the situation and bring them the joy and comfort them that things will work out.

Uplift their spirit and soothe their heart, and reassure them that there will be brighter days for them.

For thy is the Kingdom, the power and the Glory Forever

Amen
"


people, i also ask personally for your sincere prayers.. we know through media that many lives of people were lose, some are still missing.. and also, many are fortunate for not being a casualty of the disaster happened.. for us, fortunates, let us extend our prayers for the unfortunates.. hand in hand, even though we’re far from them and we don’t know them personally, we can restore the strength of the victims who atleast are alive and also we pray for those who departed.. prayers have healing power so let’s include them in our prayers.. simple prayers may mean a lot to them.. Thanks and God Bless ya'll!


credits to Reuters for the pictures through Yahoo! News

just want to add, i can't imagine a typhoon this terrible! WATCH.. NEVER MIND THE AUDIO


credits to SkateBoxx for the video


PS: TO THOSE WHO WANT TO DONATE IN CASH OR IN KIND, CHECK THIS GUIDE ON WHERE/HOW TO HELP TYPHOON ONDOY VICTIMS:

11 comments:

  1. Fate may determine who comes into our lives..but our heart determines who stays. :)

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  2. Yes it's so dreadful... we feel lucky we weren't there when it happened... Let's keep praying for those who were affected...

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  3. small voice pero dumadagundong...halinat pagsamahin ang boses ng prayer kahit na sa maliit na paraan.

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  4. I am with you in prayers. I am saddened by this tragedy but I think our nation has to wake up now. What nature gives, she can easily take back.

    God Bless.

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  5. our prayers go out to all who suffered from this catastrophe.

    let us all hope that we will immediately cope up with this situation.

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  6. Praying for the victims of "Ondoy",
    Godspeed....

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  7. ' i am proud of being a Filipino because of fellows like you who are most willing to rise to the call of the times.. Asking for prayers and letting people know how to help is an extra mile in this unfortunate journey for us Filipinos.. as a nation, we shall overcome this.. Walang Iwanan.. =)

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  8. i wish i really could extend a helping hand, but since I can't, i'm doing every bit I can from here.

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  9. this is the time where we need each other, though we can't help them by giving their needs we can also do so by praying for them and for the whole word especially for our country. let us continue to pray for the good of each and everyone of us. God bless us all.

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  10. Sana makabangon na sila at mapabuti na ang lagay ng lahat ng nasalanta.

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  11. I cry most for the people who lost their sons and daughters in the typhoon. Life is not something that you can earn or have back.


    love,
    nobe

    www.deariago.com
    www.iamnobe.wordpress.com

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