Praying for a wounded Harris County (TX) Sheriff’s Deputy

Praying for a wounded Harris County (TX) Sheriff’s Deputy

July 14, 2021
9:25 PM pst

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Our Father in Heaven, we come boldly before Your Throne of Grace to lift up a wounded Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy. As the news reports he was shot in the hand as a prisoner tried to escape custody, we are so thankful for sparing his life and the lives of his co-workers. As he is being treated at a hospital, we ask You to grant the medical staff wisdom to accurately diagnose his wound and then apply the correct treatment to bring about a full recovery. We especially seek Your Amazing Grace and peace to touch the family of this wounded officer as they are likely at this side supporting him at this very emotional time. O’ Lord, pour out Your grace upon this wounded officer, his family and especially upon the many other hospital personnel who came to his aid when the shooting occurred. May You sustain them with Your peace that passes all understanding. Lord, as we are so thankful to You that You Spared the life of this officer and are thankful the suspect was successfully detained. So, Lord, pour out Your grace upon the men and women of the Harris County Sheriff’s Department as we know this attack on one of their colleagues can and will affect them emotionally, physically and spiritually. We especially ask you to surround every Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy with the presence of Your angels to keep them safe from all harm and danger. As we know this near-death encounter can affect many in varying ways, may they know Your word says, “Come near to God and he will come near to you.” So, Lord, may every officer be drawn ever so near to You by Your Holy Spirit. Grant the investigators wisdom to gather evidence and facts surrounding this investigation. Again, thank You Lord, for sparing the life of your servant. And as this deputy continues to be treated and reflects on his near loss of life, may this deputy know that whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved. If this officer does not know You, may he know that. “Now is the acceptable time, now is the day of salvation”, in the name of Jesus we pray, Amen.

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