Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Prayer Points (Updated June 1)

Thank you for your prayers on our behalf! Please join us in praying for Japan.

For the Fukushima nuclear power plants, please pray that:
+ all 6 nuclear power plant reactors will be fully restored and contained.
+ all the nuclear power plant workers, Self Defense Forces, electric power company workers, firefighters, and every person be protected and healed.
(Psalm 91; Psalm 46; Daniel 3: 25-27)
+ those who live close to the forced evacuation area will be shielded from radiation.
+ all evacuees will soon be relocated from the public evacuation shelters into their own separate homes.
+ God intervenes to cleanse the air, the ocean and waters, and the soil in the areas surrounding Fukushima.

+++ "Skilled Veterans Corps" is a group of some 250 volunteers over the age of 60 who are willing to work at the Fukushima nuclear power plants at the cost of their lives. Please pray for these courageous persons.

For disaster relief, please pray for:
+ volunteers and relief teams working in the disaster-hit areas -- for protection over their health, minds, emotions, and spirits, as they witness the extent of the damage and destruction.
+ for the smooth flow of distribution of relief supplies to all of those in need.
+ for the Christian Relief, Assistance, Support, and Hope (CRASH) network based in Japan. To sign-up for weekly prayer slots, go to: After you've signed up, you can find updated prayer requests at:

For the Japanese people, please pray for:
+ hope to arise; for all believers in Japan to be carriers of hope. (Romans 15:13)
+ God’s peace and God's perfect love which casts out all fear. (Philippians 4:7; 1 John 4:18)
+ those experiencing survivor guilt, heartbreak, overwhelming sorrows, compounded grief, and untold loss -- that God will bind up the wounds of the broken-hearted. (Isaiah 61:1)
+ the teams going to evacuation shelters to talk with survivors -- that God’s compassion will be revealed through them. Please pray for their emotional, spiritual, and mental health as they listen to many heart-wrenching stories.

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