Praying for a wounded Chicago (IL) Police Sergeant shot in the face

March 15, 2021
7:30 AM pst

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Our Merciful Lord, once again, it is Your amazing grace we see in action as You continue to protect Your peacemakers across America. Thank you for answering our prayer, “Keep me safe, O God, for in you I take refuge. I have set the LORD always before me. Because he is at my right hand, I will not be shaken.” As the news reports indicate a Chicago Police Sergeant was shot and grazed in the face and has since been treated and released, we know it could have been much more serious had it not been because of Your amazing grace. Lord, we, therefore, lift up this wounded sergeant and ask You to pour out Your love and grace on his heart and mind as he comes to grips with this near-death encounter. May Your love grace, mercy, comfort and unending love settle upon his heart, soul, spirit and mind and draw him ever so close to Your side. May you especially be with his family as they come to grips with this near-death of their loved one. Most importantly, Lord, we ask You to pour out an extra measure of Your grace upon the men and women of the Chicago Police Department as they, too, come to grips with this attempted murder upon one of their colleagues. As the suspect is on the loose, may You grant the investigators wisdom to gather evidence and find witnesses in order to locate and arrest the suspect. May Your Holy Spirit intervene and prevent the suspect from harming any other officers. May Your peace that passes all understanding be with the men and women of the Chicago Police Department. May You fill the investigators with supernatural wisdom to find and arrest this dangerous suspect. Lastly, Lord, may Your angels encamp around every member of the Chicago Police Department and keep them safe from all harm and danger. May You draw this wounded sergeant ever so close to Your side and if he does not know You, may You raise up chaplains or other Godly officers to share the Love of Your Son with him and may he know that Your word tells us that, “Now is the day of salvation.” May Your protecting hand continue to be upon every law enforcement officer across America. This we ask in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

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