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Prayer, Plain and Simple

Prayer, Plain and Simple

“God, Save Japan!”

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A huge explosion has damaged a third reactor at the earthquake-damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan early Tuesday. Engineers are fighting to prevent a full meltdown of nuclear fuel rods in three damaged reactors. Significant levels of radiation have already been released into the atmosphere and winds are driving the particles toward Tokyo and other major population centers.

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“God, Japan needs a miracle. All those in the path of this growing disaster need a miracle. We cry out to you for help and salvation. Work through those who are working to contain this crisis. And work beyond them. Intervene directly Lord! We need you. We are humbled by the limits of our capacity. God, save Japan! In Jesus’ name!”

  • I

    My insides are ripping into pieces, flopping onto the ground, crying out for those in need. My sorrow can’t even compare to what the people of Japan are going through. I feel so bad. I’m only in eighth grade, I really want to help. I just can’t even imagine what those people are going through. Families, homes, all gone. I would never be able to live through that kind of disaster. I feel so bad about it I felt i needed to write a letter… so I found this website on the internet. God please help those people. Please.

  • http://www.crosspointechurch.tv/ Emma Bail

    Japan really needs all the blessings and prayers.May God give them all the strength to overcome this problems.I pray to God to please be with them in this hard time.They really need you and I am sure He listing all the prayers from the whole world and will definitely help them.
    keep faith In God…..

  • http://godsavejapan.org TM

    Proceeds from T-Shirt sales to be donated to the Red Cross. GOD SAVE JAPAN is rendered in Akzidenz-Grotesk, which is one their official typefaces.

  • http://www.saxzilla.com/ Andy

    We all need to Pray for the people of Japan. We need to Pray for their souls as well as their needs. I Pray that many of them come to know You through this tragedy. God Bless all who are Praying for Japan.

  • http://www.mlspleadsystem.com/ MLSP

    What I loved to see about Japan was that even in crisis the people were so calm, sharing and kind to each other.

    If that happened here in America we would see people running down the street with big screen TV’s in their hand. We would see violence, looting and rioting.

    Maybe we all can learn something from the disaster in Japan.

    These things I have spoken to you, so that in Me you may have peace. In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world.” John 16:33

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