I pray for the people of America to begin to understand that our men and women in "blue" are under appointment by God to be protectors and shields of the innocent. It is a BIG assignment and many lay down their own lives to fulfill it. Often, their sacrifices are just looked upon as they were "doing their duty" BUT it goes way beyond that. They were called! They responded! Because of their unselfish willing to respond we "the people" can move through our lives with more security. We "the people" can go in and go out of our homes with less fear. When darkness falls, we can have more peace knowing they are patrolling the streets - ever watchful - ever ready to respond to our needs. When storms rage, they put forth great effort to help us through the trials. We say THANK YOU!
I pray that when the people see our men and women serving in law enforcement (police, sheriff, troopers, border agents, investigative teams...) that they will smile at them and have thankful hearts for their services.
I pray that all of our law enforcement teams will stay healthy in body, mind, and spirit so they will be able to accomplish the task of peace and safety in our country called America. May God bless you and guide you. We appreciate your tireless services. We care. We pray. Have courage and feel our prayers upon you.
http://www.sunflower.com/~popppray Smiles your way, Vonda, Ministry Director of Peace Officer Prayer Partners
Appreciate your wonderful posts. My daughter, ShyAnne, is moving through "recovery" programs for her open heart surgery procedure that occurred In February 2014. God moved swiftly and greatly to provide the medical team that saved her life. I am her main "caregiver" and can tell you that we believe in miracles. My police Sgt son recovered from a bad fall on duty that broke a bone in his "right" hand but he is back to work. Just know that you are all in my prayers. Your jobs are getting more stressful and many, many people appreciate your sacrifices!
Appreciate the nice messages and pictures are great! Maybe we had our last snow yesterday - lol - one can hope. I saw a Robin in my yard last week so thought this might mean Spring in finally arriving. smiles and have a super week