Praying for a wounded St. Peters (MO) Police officer

Praying for a wounded St. Peters (MO) Police officer

April 30, 2021
10:50 AM pst

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Our Father in Heaven, we come into Your Presence, O’ Lord with hearts of praise and gratitude unto You for sparing the life of a St. Peters Police officer. As the news reported the officer was shot in a leg after a traffic stop, we ask for Your continued healing touch to be upon this officer and ask you to provide for a full and complete recovery as he is being treated at a hospital. More importantly, Lord, we ask for Your amazing grace to settle upon the heart and mind of this wounded officer as he must deal with the emotional reality of this life-threatening event. May Your grace and your presence touch his heart and mind. May Your mercy and grace be with the members of the St. Peters Police Department as we know it can affect their whole community as well. May Your peace that passes all understanding especially touch the family of this wounded officer as they rally around their loved one from this near-death experience. We are thankful the suspect was captured but lost his life in another gun battle with law enforcement. Lord, may You use this near tragedy to draw the members of the St. Peters Police Department unto Your side to intimately experience the joy provided by Your son. And if this wounded officer or any other co-workers or family members do not know Your love and forgiveness, may Your Holy Spirit cause many to examine their hearts and draw them to the Love of Your Son. May Your mercies and comfort also touch the deputies from the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department who had to use deadly force. May Your Presence be made real in their hearts. As a result of this near-death encounter, may You draw many officers, deputies and family members to Your side and may many come to receive You as their Savior and Lord. May Your mercies and peace rest upon the many allied law enforcement officers, first responders and medical personnel who aided in saving the life of this wounded warrior. May Your words as follows come alive in the hearts of many law enforcement officers, “Praise be to the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle. He is my loving God and my fortress, my stronghold and my deliverer, my shield, in whom I take refuge, who subdues peoples under me.” (Ps. 144:1-2) This we ask in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

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