“He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds..”Psalms 147:3
Today London was a victim of crime against the sanctity of life. The freedom to live. We ask you to join us in prayer for the Victims who’s lives were cruelly taken from them and for their families who must face the reality of life without their loved ones. We ask you to pray for the Victims injured, many “catastrophic” as reports stated and minor but we know nonetheless that they are potentially, emotionally, damaging. Please pray for the Police and Medical Staff who responded immediately, saving lives in doing so; one Police Officer lost his life doing a job which protects ours. As yet we don’t know his name but WE thank him for his bravery and pray for his family at this tragic time. This is a moment no one wants to experience. Please pray for them all because it could so easily be us in this situation. We ask you to also pray for the Bystanders going about their daily business but traumatised now, by what they have witnessed. This has affected US all as a People; this has affected us as a Nation and most of all, not because we may be know each other personally but this has affected us as human beings.
For this very reason, we pray for peace and calm and to show every enemy that the love of God, changes even the most bitter of hearts. Not retaliation but kindness. We pray for the family of the person who did this crime because this is the only way peace will come. Tonight, many are mourning and many are afraid after what has happened in this most brutal of crimes but we pray that unity will come from this tragedy. Love will come from it and healing through The Holy Spirit, to comfort the broken–hearted, in this immensely broken world.
We ask you all, no matter what your faith is to pray, even if you think you can’t, please pray. Every knee-warrior, join with us here at LPCF & be bold, stand up & pray in the name of Jesus Christ, for much is required of us ALL as a Country & as a United Kingdom, to get through this dark storm because “No man is an Island”. If any would like to speak with LPCF , any officers affected by the death of their Colleague, please contact us. Thank you & God bless??