Requesting Prayer and Assistance for Firefighters in Texas and Surrounding States

My tweet just now so you can see the map:

Active Texas and surrounding area fires on map — requesting prayer for all people in danger for guidance from God IJN

Clic on map to visit actual map site and refine your search options there.

Here is the tweet that gives a number you can call to assist (firefighters please):

@DaleDudley ANYONE in Central Texas that has fire fighting experience is strongly encouraged to call 512-978-1187. Please RT

Here is the facebook post that brought all this to my attention today:

REPOST: ATTENTION TEXAS AND SURROUNDING AREAS. WE NEED FIREMEN!!!! Begging for retired and any fireman to call number to help. We were short 25 fireman last night. Cannot contain town of Bastrop, 35 miles away. fire is 16 miles long, 6 miles wide, jumped Colorado river, evacuated entire town and also neighborhood called Steiner ranch of 5500* PLEASE EVERYONE REPOST EVEN IF NOT IN TEXAS SOME OF YOUR FRIENDS MAY BE. HELP!
Call 512-978-1187

Dear Heavenly Father,

We humbly beseech you to guide and direct your people to the place you would have them to be at the time you would have them to be there. We ask for mercy and guidance and direction from above. We ask forgiveness for our sins and eyes to see your path and ears to hear your voice on matters all — both great and small. Please send help to those in need. Please provide all that is needed for people to see your hand in the matter. We know that our times are in your hands and you rule and reign in the heavenlies. May it be so here on this planet in this time and space. Deliver us from darkness and help us in our time of need. We reach for you and call out your name which is above all names even now and as we go. Keep our feet firmly planted in your path in your will and in your way.

Please send rain where it is needed, when it is needed. Please heal our land as you heal our hearts as we turn to you in Jesus precious name we pray.


II Chronicles 7:14

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