Pray for the victims of Hurricane Harvey!

Authorities rescue an elderly woman from rising water in Houston. Jon Shapley / Houston chronicle via AP

Commentary By:  Gordon King

Hurricane Harvey has been labeled a disaster of biblical proportions.  So far it has dumped trillions of gallons of water over Houston Texas, that’s a lot of water!  It has destroyed neighborhoods and towns, taking with it human lives, many of which are still unknown, leaving over 30,000 homeless according to news reports, and it’s not over.

As followers of Jesus Christ we must pray for the people affected by this tragic storm, praying for those injured, for all who have suffered loss, for all affected.  We must also pray for those searching and rescuing, for those giving help and aid.

Whatever befalls us God is with us.  Whatever we face in life God is with us.  And whatever we suffer in this life God will see us through.  Seek the good Lord in all things, give Him thanks, praise, worship and glory.  Amen.

God bless my friends!  Maranatha!

As Colombia death toll mounts, desperate quest for survivors

In this handout photo released by the Colombian National Army, soldiers rescue a child in Mocoa, Colombia, Saturday, April 1, 2017, after an avalanche of water from an overflowing river swept through the city as people slept. The incident triggered by intense rains left at least 100 people dead in Mocoa, located near Colombia’s border with Ecuador. (Colombian Army Photo via AP)

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Volcanic explosion on Mount Etna injures 10 people

FILE PHOTO A tourist stands in front of Italy’s Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest and most active volcano, as it spews lava during an eruption on the southern island of Sicily, Italy February 28, 2017. REUTERS/Antonio Parrinello/File photo

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Florida, Carolinas brace for fury of Hurricane Matthew

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Gov. Rick Scott and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez are urging residents up and down Florida’s Interstate 95 corridor to start preparing for “direct impacts” of Hurricane Matthew. (Oct. 4) AP

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