Prayers to HK threadWatch
If you want to join in to pray for God to take pity on the people in here, please type in your prayer as a reply to this thread. Just one requirement, the prayer cannot be over 120 words.
Here is mine, in order to start the thread:
Dear Lord, I come to you with this prayer for my city. Those scenes in the news made me shudder. Lord, I know that you can bless my city and everyone in here, so I put my trust in you right now. I bless you to give me a rebundant heart and keep me out of those protests, as I know that the law of this city is not as good as yours.
Once again, I bless you to keep pity on everyone in my city. I know you are the only one who can calm this storm, and bring those in my city to know you.
In your name I pray, Amen.
So I hope more people can join this thread and pray for HK, especially to #2, who said he felt heartbroken.
I am not very good at praying in/with words, but please be assured of my prayers for the situation
Also, bit of an update:
The march protest today has lasted for six hours and it is still ongoing. The organiser has announced that 2 million people have joined the protest as of 6:30 pm, which is almost 30% of the population.
So please continue to pray for my city. Still quite heartbroken.😭😭😭🙏🙏
Best wishes for the people of HK, including HK nationals living here in the UK who have to see their home go through this
Now everyone in Hong Kong is feeling very down, and some even do not want to go out. No one can imagine how Hong Kong has become just because of an unwanted extradition law.
So please drop a line here and pray for Hong Kong.
There are massive crowds at the airport today, and all flights leaving between 6:30 pm and 2:25 am are cancelled. I will be on holiday to Germany next week, so may God give me a safe journey there. My flight will be leaving at 12:35 am on the 21st.
Date: 21 August
Flight Number: CX289
Some MTR stations were damaged by protesters and closed today, and three lines were shut down, which includes the Airport Express. The city is back to school tomorrow, so if the network is not back to normal tomorrow, it may affect the travel of students.
A lot of people in HK, especially students, still cannot make the right decision, causing to protests weekend after weekend.
Fortunately I have stocked up.
In addition, due to a new anti-mask law, there are protests in 14 districts over yesterday and today.