Praying for a wounded Sacramento (CA) Police Officer

March 24, 2021
12:20 PM pst

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Our Father in Heaven, just weeks before we celebrate our Lord’s resurrection, we come before Your wonderful Throne of Grace to lift up a wounded Sacramento Police Officer into Your healing arms. According to news reports, as this wounded officer’s condition is reported to be stable, we seek Your continued mercies to be poured out upon this wounded officer and ask that You would continue to guide the medical professionals to properly diagnose and treat his wounds and bring about a full recovery. Most importantly, Lord, may Your grace, peace, mercy and comfort be made evident to the family of this wounded officer and may they be drawn ever so close to Your Side. May Your Presence, comfort, grace and peace continue to settle upon the heart of this wounded officer and may Your grace, love, comfort and unending love be made real in his heart and spirit. May Your Word as follow dwell richly in the heart of your wounded officer, family and co-workers as follows: “Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.” So Lord, may Your grace and mercies also be upon the many other police officers, medics and medical professionals who were involved in the initial care and treatment of this wounded officer as they, too, may often experience the same emotional trauma as the wounded officer. We are so thankful the suspect is no longer a threat as he also was wounded. As the men and women of the Sacramento Police Department are rallying around their wounded comrade, may You raise up chaplains and other Godly officers to be a beacon of Your Presence. And as this wounded officer is being treated, may he sense Your presence in his heart and mind at all times and may he be drawn ever so close to Your side this Easter season. Grant him an amazing peace together with Your amazing grace to carry him through this near-death experience. May this wounded officer know Your word says, “The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.” May You preserve his heart and mind in Your arms of love and grace in order to prevent him from enduring any long-term emotional trauma. And if this officer does not know Your love, may Your Holy Spirit draw him unto Your side where he can seek salvation found only in Your Son and receive everlasting life. May your name be forever glorified, in the name of Jesus Christ we pray, Amen.

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