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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

P.W.C. AND BRING THEM UP!

Pray Without Ceasing and Bring Them Up....It all begins tonight



At ten o'clock our time (I presume) the exodus from the mines will begin with one at a time to be brought up and expecting to take approximately one hour per person.

Oh my God in Heaven. Can you just begin to imagine the stress, worry, concern, and sheer fear the families are feeling? I cannot.

Do you think the miners are feeling similar feelings? I think they have gone beyone the Fear and I think they are feeling Hope and that their fears and anxieties have been replaced by serenity and expectance.

Oh Heavenly Father, please direct the ones in charge of lifting them to safety, please keep the machinery safe and capable of doing the job to bring each and every one of them to the safe return of their loved ones.

Miracles happen every day. Please give us one in Chile tonight Lord. Amen.

14 comments:

  1. Amen Amen. Will be watching for the first man to come up. This is such a wonderful story of faith. The headstone for Jake's grave site is perfect. It must be so hard to do that. But I know you so understand God's way is the best way. Love ya gal.
    Blessings
    QMM

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  2. Amen!! I am so happy they are about to come up to the surface. God's Miracles never end!

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  3. Amen, joining you in prayer sis.

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  4. Oh yes, I have been praying since this ordeal began, they have come so far with only a few hours left.
    Thank you for sharing your prayer sweetie....:-) Hugs

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  5. We've been watching bits and pieces on tv. It seems like only yesterday that the rescue of Baby Jessica happened and we sat watching that on tv with our own kids. I pray each miner is brought to safey as quickly as possible and thank God for all those who have worked so hard on the rescue.

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  6. I have been watching this on TV and it is amazing that they are coming out one by one ALIVE! I know that those families are beyond stressed and thankful! Have a blessed day my friend! HUGS!

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  7. It is with such joy and thankfulness that I watch these men being rescued alive and well and being reunited with their families. Truly a miracle to encourage all of us. Blessings, Ann

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  8. So blessed to have watched the last miner brought out alive this evening! It was wonderful to see the joy. Words can't even express it.

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  9. What a relief to know they are all alright! I give thanks to God and give thanks for all the helpers who worked so hard to get them out of there. I'm so happy that this story has a happy ending!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  10. So glad that they all got up ok. What a relief for them and their families! Now of course they will have to deal with the after effects of such a traumatic experience. Of course I am reading your post after the event, so thank God they did all get out safely! Susie xxxxx

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