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Aug282017

Pastor John Gray asks God to ‘protect, heal, save lives’ in Harvey-hit Houston 

Pastor John Gray moved to Houston, America’s fourth-largest city currently being hit hard by Storm Harvey, four years ago (Photo Credit: Marcus Ingram/Getty)Article By EEW Magazine

Share Lakewood associate pastor, John Gray, who resides in River Oaks—a residential community in the center of Houston, Texas—is praying for his city currently being devastated by Storm Harvey.

The preacher has taken to social media to offer up prayers for those impacted by the floods that have, so far, killed six, left thousands homeless, and trapped 7 million people in a federally designated disaster area.

“Praying for the city of Houston and praying again for families who have been affected by what’s happening right now,” said the I Am Number 8 author in an Instagram video. “God I’m asking that you protect, heal, save lives; that you will send rescuers; that you will speak to the water, have it recede.”

Evacuees wade down a flooded section of Interstate 610 as floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey rise Sunday in Houston (David J. Phillip | AP)

"The Book of John Gray" star, whose docu-series airs on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network, moved to Houston to join Joel Osteen’s Lakewood four years ago with his wife, Aventer, son John Gray IV and daughter Theory Aspyn-Sky.

He has fallen in love with America’s fourth-largest city and the people in it, and is praying fervently and earnestly for divine favor in the midst of these trying circumstances. Every single prayer is needed.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott today announced he has activated the entire Texas National Guard in response to Hurricane Harvey, bringing the total number of deployed guardsman to roughly 12,000, according to a CNN report.

Damage to the First Baptist Church of Rockport after Hurricane Harvey hit Rockport, Texas (Mark Ralston | Getty)

“Praying that people will have a heart for other people, because sometimes the greatest miracle is in our own hands,” interceded Gray, adding, “Whatever we can do, help us to do. I’m praying for safety for my city. I’m praying for protection, favor. I’m praying for miracles. Turn it around. In Jesus’ name, Amen.”

 

I won't stop praying. #Houston #MyCity #MyHome #MyFamily #OurHome @grayceeme

A post shared by John Gray (@realjohngray) on Aug 27, 2017 at 8:33am PDT

 

RELATED: EEW Magazine gives 'The Book of John Gray' four stars

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