Sunday, April 21, 2013

Religious groups offer healing after Boston Marathon Tragedy: Is Repentance Mentioned at these prayer services?

The main thing that is missing in America is the subject for all to repent.  Many times, after a tragedy hits headlines, we always hear of religious groups gathering for healing services.  However, in order to heal, one must admit where this nation falls short and that is, completely not being obedient to God's Word.  (Note: We are not saying this for the victims of the Boston marathon, we are speaking of rebellious Americans, in general.)

As God Word tells us 2 Chronicles 7:14, 'If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.'   Therefore, let us be fully honest, there has been so many people whom have been rebellious and think they can compromise certain sins with God.  God is saying, 'not so, Repent Now,' for it is the only way for this nation to heal and this also goes for foreign countries.  Yes, God is One of love, but He hates sin and His Word has revealed, He is also an angry God.

In the meantime, we are praying for all the recovering victims and the families of the decease. 

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Boston mourns as religious groups offer healing

By David Ariosto, CNN
Boston (CNN) -- On this brisk April morning in Boston's South End, worshippers filled New England's largest Roman Catholic church to reflect on the torrent of violence that began nearly a week ago with a terrorist attack at the city's annual marathon.

Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley greeted attendees ahead of the Sunday Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, a sprawling 19th-century stone building...Read full article, here.
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