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I've never know of any situation where prayer would...hurt. This one especially. God's grace to all involved.
There are only TWO kinds of people in this world; those who describe the world as filled with two kinds of people...and those who don't.
Unharmed and safe in there parents arms....
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Prayers sent that they will be found safe! Two of the best gifts given to man, are Grace & Mercy. Grace is when you get what you don't deserve, Mercy is when you don't get what you do deserve!
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Hope and pray they are found safe.
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The LEO's apparently have zip-nada-nothing to go on... they're draining the lake near where the girls bikes were found... Literally draining a 5 acre lake...
No clues.. no hints no nothing... they stopped cars and some trucks yesterday... These girls vanished... if they aren't in the lake... it doesn't look good at all...
And the prayer part goes without saying... you bet... they stopped a Promise Keepers rally at the Uni-dome on Saturday... and 4000+ guys prayed
It could be worse!
This is a timely thread but would be a better fit here in "In the News."
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