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Praying to stop hurricanes

If prayer can't stop hurricanes, it's not for lack of trying. 🙏🌩️🌀

09/12/2018 11:02 PM
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  • GD T.
    09/12/2018 23:04

    the Force of Nature cannot be bargained with. that's all.

  • Bruce M.
    09/12/2018 23:06

    Riding the storm out!

  • Patsy A.
    09/12/2018 23:09

    Oh let's see your power if prayers..'just stop'..

  • Fanning A.
    09/12/2018 23:10

    SMDH CLUELESS

  • Dina N.
    09/12/2018 23:10

    I’m waiting ...

  • Keith M.
    09/12/2018 23:14

    People are dying everyday......why, why are these wolves still alive?!!

  • Ann H.
    09/12/2018 23:20

    Shame on those preachers. Bet they head out of the storm's path.

  • Christian S.
    09/12/2018 23:21

    Send it in to the atlantic save our arses but send it to europe and kill them

  • Aimee P.
    09/12/2018 23:24

    Maybe they should all put their fans outside and blow them towards the storm and blow it away also

  • Quinlan R.
    09/12/2018 23:24

    I really don't see what's the problem with people in the comments. These people are just praying. What's the problem with that?

  • Denese B.
    09/12/2018 23:26

    I cant believe people actually attend this crap. Wow just wow

  • Michael J.
    09/12/2018 23:28

    Mental illness

  • Ash R.
    09/12/2018 23:28

    They can't even stop abuses in the church but they think they can stop a hurricane 😆

  • Caton M.
    09/12/2018 23:29

    Ppl for real are this dumb 🤣🤣

  • Khaliq B.
    09/12/2018 23:30

    off hahahahaha 😂

  • Shanin W.
    09/12/2018 23:32

    Mother Nature seems to over rule God a lot..........🤔

  • Rosa M.
    09/12/2018 23:33

    Clowns

  • Ydoc E.
    09/12/2018 23:34

    Its so sad that its 2018 and religion is still such a prevalent thing in modern society

  • Raza K.
    09/12/2018 23:35

    You cant command crap to something thats more powerful than you...you can only beg for mercy...

  • Fouad B.
    09/12/2018 23:37

    its funny how they pray for the wrong « god »