A Prayer of Remembrance and Honor for Families and Loved Ones of September 11, 2001

Let all of America not forget September 11, 2001 today.

Dear God, 

 I pray that Your hand of blessing will be upon America today. I pray that You will bless America today as she remembers September 11, 2001. I pray for the families, who lost lives of loved ones in the terrorist attacks and that You will remember them today, in the Name of Jesus Christ. I pray that Heaven shall be the portion of the families, who lost the lives of loved ones in the terrorist attacks and that You will provide them comfort in the multitude of their anxieties, in the Name of Jesus Christ. May peace be their portion in this time of age. I give You all of the glory, the honor and the praise.  


In Jesus’ Name, 


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Sarah Dickens is the News Editor of Atlanta Christian Voice. Sarah has a B.A. in Mass Communication from Georgia College and State University and two M.A. degrees in Global Studies and Pastoral Counseling with a focus in Dobson Center Marriage and Family Studies from Liberty University. She is currently working on her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University and hopes to be licensed to practice counseling in the next few years. Sarah lives in Atlanta, Georgia, where she humbly serves the Lord, friends, and others at First Baptist Church of Atlanta. Her two greatest passions are ministering to children and serving on the missions field. After working on the mission field in Lebanon, Japan, and Uganda, she hopes to continue taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to other lands. Her favorite hobbies include blogging, ballroom dancing, making and creating art, and reading books by Christian authors while sipping a cup of tea from one of her favorite tea mugs. Her life verse from the Bible is Philippians 4:13, which states, "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me."
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