Praying for the Valencia County (NM) Sheriff’s Department in the on-duty fatality of Deputy Ryan Thomas

December 7, 2016
12:30 PM pst

Our Lord of Mercy, We come before you today, Lord, to lift up the men and women of the Valencia County Sheriff’s Department who are grieving the death of their co-worker and friend, Deputy Ryan Thomas, from this on-duty collision.  May your peace and grace touch their hearts and minds and may Your Holy Spirit draw them so very close to your side where there is abundant mercies to carry them through this difficult time of los especially during this Christmas season.  We also lift up Deputy Thomas’s wife, children and family who are mourning and grieving at this tragic loss and ask for your hands of love and mercy to hold them ever so close to Your Side.  May the men and women of the Valencia County Sheriff’s Department and every family member come to intimately know that You will always be their Rock, Fortress and Deliverer—that You will always be their God and their Rock in whom they can always take refuge.  May they know that as they call to You in their distress, You will always hear them.  Lord, as so many law enforcement officers have been injured in on-duty collisions, we lift up every law enforcement officer in America and ask You to keep them safe at all time.  As we know that so many are constantly in harms ways every day, we ask for your hand of protection to be upon them and constantly protect them in any situation while on the roads.  Continue to uphold the family and friends of Deputy Thomas.  And as the Valencia County Sheriff’s Department must now prepare a final farewell for Deputy Thomas, may many be given an opportunity to be comforted because of Your Grace and love and most importantly, receive You into their hearts as their Savior and Lord.  This we ask in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

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