Last night’s horrific terrorist actions has spurred the religious world to respond. Christian leaders are expressing their sympathy and calling for prayer with the following words:
I am shaken, I don’t understand these things, done by human beings… There cannot be justification, religious or human. It’s inhuman,” an emotional pontiff said during a telephone interview with TG2000 television.I am with all those with suffer, and with France, which I love so much.
Our hearts go out to those in Paris whose lives were destroyed by these apparent acts of terrorism. We pray for those families suffering an unimaginable loss, for the city that must recover from such shocking acts of violence and for those in the midst of recovery. We pray most urgently that the perpetrators would be brought to justice swiftly so that no other city or nation suffers so senselessly.
Joel Osteen Ministries shared Lakewood Church‘s photo:
Please pray for Paris. #PrayForParis
Please pray for the victims of terrorism in Paris today,
Pray for the people in Paris, France. #pray
As we hear the horrific news about the attacks on Paris, let us respond in prayer and take authority over this situation.
James T Meeks:
Praying for the families in Paris and Chicago we must seek the Lord. See you Sunday.
Miles McPherson @milesmcpherson:
Paris is in our prayers!!!
We are praying for you, France! Please join us in praying.
The Official Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship Int’l Fan Page:
We are praying for Paris!
#prayforparis and for peace on this planet….over 100 families in France thank you!https://t.co/lmlYa1glsQ
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Faith Leaders Of All Denominations Call Out For Prayer was originally published on elev8.hellobeautiful.com
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