[Updated] Pray for the Philippines

Maring4By Pastor Glem Melo

  • The population affected by rains, floods increased to 1,060,094 persons or 223,991 families in 35 cities
  • 132,969 persons or 29,021 families are housed in 425 different temporary shelters
  • 514 areas in 78 cities and municipalities flooded
  • 5 provinces, 7 cities, 10 municipalities and 27 villages under state of calamity
  • maringflood2Latest data from joint US-Japanese scientific project, Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM), show that floods could worsen in central and southern Luzon.

Please continue to uphold our people in prayer.

“O eternal and merciful God and Father, we humble ourselves before Your great majesty, for we have frequently and grievously sinned against You. We acknowledge that if You were to enter into judgment with us, we would deserve nothing but temporal and eternal death… Nevertheless, O Lord God and gracious Father, we know that You do not desire the death of the sinner, but rather that he should turn to You and live.” – A General Confession of Sins and Prayer on Days of Fasting and Prayer

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About Glem Melo

I am a believer and follower of Christ, happily married, and have 3 wonderful kids. I am the founder and CEO of Open Eyes Mission, under the care of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) Chicago Metro Presbytery, pastoral intern at Faith Church in Dyer, Indiana, and studying Master of Divinity at Mid-America Reformed Seminary. The Bible teaches that God is real, man is sinful, hell is real, and Jesus is our only hope of salvation. I believe these truths with all of my heart, and I hope to help others learn of them as well. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:16) May God give you grace and peace. Glimar "Glem" Melo www.glemmelo.com www.openeyesmission.org
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4 Responses to [Updated] Pray for the Philippines

  1. Reblogged this on Glimar | Glem | Melo and commented:

    “O eternal and merciful God and Father, we humble ourselves before Your great majesty, for we have frequently and grievously sinned against You. We acknowledge that if You were to enter into judgment with us, we would deserve nothing but temporal and eternal death… Nevertheless, O Lord God and gracious Father, we know that You do not desire the death of the sinner, but rather that he should turn to You and live.” – A General Confession of Sins and Prayer Before the Sermon and on Days of Fasting and Prayer

  2. Reblogged this on REFORMED TRAINING and commented:
    “O eternal and merciful God and Father, we humble ourselves before Your great majesty, for we have frequently and grievously sinned against You. We acknowledge that if You were to enter into judgment with us, we would deserve nothing but temporal and eternal death… Nevertheless, O Lord God and gracious Father, we know that You do not desire the death of the sinner, but rather that he should turn to You and live.” – A General Confession of Sins and Prayer Before the Sermon and on Days of Fasting and Prayer

  3. yananbooks says:

    Reblogged this on Yanan Rahim Navarez Melo and commented:
    “O eternal and merciful God and Father, we humble ourselves before Your great majesty, for we have frequently and grievously sinned against You. We acknowledge that if You were to enter into judgment with us, we would deserve nothing but temporal and eternal death… Nevertheless, O Lord God and gracious Father, we know that You do not desire the death of the sinner, but rather that he should turn to You and live.” – A General Confession of Sins and Prayer on Days of Fasting and Prayer

  4. yananbooks says:

    Reblogged this on Teen-age Reformation and commented:
    “O eternal and merciful God and Father, we humble ourselves before Your great majesty, for we have frequently and grievously sinned against You. We acknowledge that if You were to enter into judgment with us, we would deserve nothing but temporal and eternal death… Nevertheless, O Lord God and gracious Father, we know that You do not desire the death of the sinner, but rather that he should turn to You and live.” – A General Confession of Sins and Prayer on Days of Fasting and Prayer

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