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Images Of Disaster!

But, our God is still able!

Over forty hours of heavy wind and rain until the water soaked ground is flooded with over twenty feet of water.

This is what Dorian has done to the Bahamas.

Tuesday afternoon, the stubborn storm moved slowly towards the north at 6mph leaving a shattered Bahamas behind.

The images on Twitter are shocking!

 

As more pictures of the devastation are pouring in on the social media it becomes more apparent that we need to continue to pray.

Yes, let us pray without ceasing.

 

The hurricane did not spare the airport.

 

The aerial pictures are surreal!

 

After two days, the hurricane decided to move north.

The hurricane has been downgraded to a category two hurricane with wind speed at 110mph. It is still considered a dangerous storm.

 

Dorian is shuffling slowly away from Bahamas battering the coastline of Florida.

Let us pray thay it does not make any more land fall.

Thank God, aid has began to pour in for the victims of Dorian.

 

However, more storms are churning off the coast of Africa so we have to be vigilant.

 

WHAT A SEPTEMBER TO REMEMBER!

Pray!

If it be so, our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace, and he will deliver us out of thine hand, O king. (Daniel 3:17)

 

10 Comments »

    • I live in the Virgin Islands. Dorian as a tropical storm passed over our islands but we did not get any damages just a lot of rain. Thank you for your prayers. The people of the Bahamas needs our prayers.

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