Dear Heavenly Father,
You said whatsoever any two or more come together and agree and ask in Your Son's name, it shall be given. We come to you, humbly, and ask that you bring down the rain to our parched lands. Our farmers and ranchers need it desperately, as well as our firefighters. We ask this all in Jesus' name. Amen
In Mommy's 63 years she has never seen anything like this. The excessive heat has been almost to much to handle for man or beast. It feels like we have one foot in Hell and if this is what hell is like, we need to start praying lots harder.
The fires sweeping across Texas have started to hit even closer to home. Magnolia is only 42 miles from Houston. Many of our ATDR fosters have been forced to flew their homes. If you remember our Joanie, who came into rescue in April 2009 and left for the bridge in November 2009, her foster is one of them. They made it out along with the 13 pups under her and her husband's care. What's left of their place is unknown at this time. Most of those pups have problems, both physical and emotional and their place is or was a healing place with lots of room in the country for pups to heal until they are ready for adoption.
Mommy talked to Dachsies Rule, the DWB family that introduced us to blogging, and the fires as of yesterday were just across the river from where they live. That's were we go when we say we are going to the country. We worry about all our DWB Texas friends that live in the country or have weekend getaways there. Ruthie lives near where the fires are and Minna Krebs's Lucy could be in danger too.
Please help us keep the circle of prayer going.