Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Hong Kong Sings


My brothers and sisters are praying in Hong Kong. 
This video is from two months ago. Today it was announced 
that the bill (allowing people to be extradited to China) 
has been withdrawn. Could it be the world is waking up?




31 comments:

  1. just heard it on the news this morning, too, Prayer changes things, I believe all the prayers going up from the people of Hong Kong and from all over the world was a sweet savor to God. Giving thanks and will continue to pray for their other requests.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Sue

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    1. And when China moves in and imposes its will, as it certainly will, what will you say about God then? What do you say to the people of Bermuda, some of whom no doubt prayed? What do you say to the victims in El Paso, Dayton and to the mothers and fathers of little children in Sandy Hook?

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    2. Fair questions, David. But I do not have an answer for why bad things happen. There is evil in our world. I do not know why God allows things like this to happen. I do not understand it myself. But I do believe He is real and that He loves us...you too. I can't explain that either. To the mothers and fathers of Sandy Hook, what could I possibly say? Nothing except that my heart is broken too.

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    1. There was a bill that would have made it possible for people in Hong Kong to be taken to China for trial. Now the bill has been withdrawn.

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  3. Prayer is always the first thing to do!!

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  4. We can only hope the world is waking up!

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    1. I hope things are changing for China, for the better.

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  6. Oh, Sandi I always hope that the world wakes up!
    Let's pray to HIm about this!

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  7. I agree that prayer changes things. God is real, His ways are bigger than our ways and He knows the whole picture, we don't. I have to hang on to that sometimes.

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  8. Really?! That's wonderful news! The media shares zero on this. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Just to let you know, per your request, I just published a post containing the full article I spoke about in my last blog post called "Just Before Jesus Returns."

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  10. I was glad to learn that the extradition bill has been withdrawn! Kudos to your siblings for supporting the pChinese in Hong Kong.

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    1. Thanks, Fundy!

      P.S. I meant brothers and sisters in Christ. :-D

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    2. Duh! I should have guessed! And it's still kudos to them!

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  11. Sch great news, China bunked for now

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  12. There is much in this world that is far from perfect, but this was good news.

    All the best Jan

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  13. Sooner or later Hong Kong will have to come under China after the 50 years is up. Only God knows what will be in the future. We can only pray.

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  14. Praying for the people of Hong Kong. May God continue to intervene on their behalf.

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