Prayers For Coronavirus Quotes

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For those who have been affected physically, emotionally, and financially by this terrible pandemic, I pray that your spirit stays strong enough, so you may continue to see a dim light peaking through the darkness that will soon shine brightly again.
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Charles F Glassman
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In a sense, learning to follow Jesus is simply learning to pray the Lord’s Prayer.
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N.T. Wright (God and the Pandemic: A Christian Reflection on the Coronavirus and Its Aftermath)
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That is our vocation: to be in prayer, perhaps wordless prayer, at the point where the world is in pain.
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N.T. Wright (God and the Pandemic: A Christian Reflection on the Coronavirus and Its Aftermath)
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My prayer for you is that each day brings you renewed strength, brighter spirits, calm mental health, and physical healing.
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Charles F. Glassman
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God deliver the world from distress.
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Lailah Gifty Akita
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Be aware that yesterday has gone away, and you have no guarantee that you will see tomorrow.. Therefore know that your true life is the day you are in.
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Master Nursi
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If we spend time in the prayer of lament, new light may come, rather than simply the repetition of things we might have wanted to say anyway.
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N.T. Wright (God and the Pandemic: A Christian Reflection on the Coronavirus and Its Aftermath)
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Divine Redeemer save the world from awful reign. Amen
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Lailah Gifty Akita
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Science is an answer to our prayers.
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Nancy Pelosi
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Stay home but let your heart should be in a spirit of prayer.
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Lailah Gifty Akita
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The answer is that God does send thunderbolts – human ones. He sends in the poor in Spirit, the meek, the mourners, the peacemakers, the hungry-for-justice people. They are the way God wants to act in his world. They are more effective than any lightning flashes or actual thunderbolts. They will use their initiative; they will see where the real needs are, and go to meet them. They will weep at the tombs of their friends. At the tombs of their enemies. Some of them will get hurt. Some may be killed. That is the story of Acts, all through. There will be problems, punishments, setbacks, shipwrecks, but God’s purpose will come through. These people, prayerful, humble, faithful, will be the answer, not to the question Why? But to the question What? What needs to be done here? Who is most at risk? How can we help? Who shall we send? God works in all things with and through those who love him.
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N.T. Wright (God and the Pandemic: A Christian Reflection on the Coronavirus and Its Aftermath)