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American People
NYC and Pentagon bombings

This is a place where people can express their prayers, thoughts or advice to someone in need. This groups is especially aimed at the victims, families, survivors, police and fire rescue teams who continue to work for all of us.

I'd like to begin by offering my condolences to the families, friends and colleagues who lost their lives from this cowardly act of terrorism. We need to pray for our President, his family, cabinet and advisors that they make decisions that will not end up harming us in the long run. Pray for and visit the elderly, especially those alone to comfort their souls during this time of crisis. Attend candle-light vigils, donate blood if you can and volunteer at hospitals or blood centers anywhere. Our prayers are exemplified through our unity in our communities. We needn't just pray that someone else will keep us safe. It was said, "United we stand, divided we fall." If there ever was a time America, it is NOW. Now and always, let's pray together.
LordsServant -9/16/2001
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The Job 06/11/2008
Has problems
James J 02/12/2008
My Uncle
Dennis Worthington 02/12/2008
My marriage
Kat Mounce 02/12/2008
A good friends mother, who has cancer
everyone who needs prayer universal 02/12/2008

Pray for Michelle and Carlos N. 07/08/2008
"This prayer is to help us sell our home."

Pray for Donald H. 07/07/2008
"The love of my life has cancer."

Pray for Amanda B. 07/06/2008
"Please pray for my daughter and her unborn child."

Pray for Janice A. 07/05/2008
"One of my most favorite people in the whole world needs your prayers today. Please spread this and include Janice in your daily prayer."

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