Hi everyone, thanks for all your prayers and well wishes. Thank God Hurricane Harvey is behind us. Phew! It was tough watching the news and the devastations around us. Not knowing how many more day we had to endure. But in all, we hunkered down and fixed our eyes on God. Our family is safe and dry. The rain has stopped and the sun is out. Water levels are gradually going down in my community. We give God the highest praise for keeping us safe and alive.
Houstonians are the warmest, kindest and most loving people you would ever meet. Houston is the most diverse city in America and one of the best things about Houston are the people. I ❤️ Houston. I 😍 Houstonians! There is no place I’d rather live.
Our City has a long road ahead before we can settle back to life as usual. Please continue to keep the State of Texas in your prayers. Thousands of people have been displaced, flooded out and homeless. Lives have been lost and many are without hope.
Let’s lift up all the First Responders: Emergency services, Law enforcement, Firefighters, medical personnel, local govt. and volunteers in prayer. May the Lord renew their strength and comfort the brokenhearted.
We who have been rescued have a responsibility to rescue others. ~ Christine Caine.
A giving person will receive much in return, and someone who gives water will also receive the water he needs. Proverbs 11:25
If you are alive, all is not lost. You have more than a fighting chance to recover all.
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