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Governor Bentley Declares Sunday as a Day of Prayer

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Concurrently, Governor Bentley issued a directive for flags on all state government buildings to be lowered to half staff until Monday, May 2 at 8:00 a.m.

“I am asking all people of faith in our state to set aside Sunday as a Day of Prayer in memory of our family, friends, and neighbors who were taken from us in this shared tragedy,” Governor Bentley said. “It is appropriate that we pray for those we lost, for those who loved them, and for those still suffering. We all need divine guidance and providence in the days ahead as we seek not only to rebuild, but to heal.”

The text of the Governor’s proclamation is below:

WHEREAS, Alabama is suffering from an unprecedented disaster caused by severe thunderstorms, winds, and tornadoes, a disaster that threatens the lives of our fellow citizens, the environmental beauty of our state, and our quality of life; and

WHEREAS, throughout our history, Alabamians have turned in prayer to God to humbly ask for His blessings and to hold us steady during times of difficulty;


´╗┐April 29th, 2011

Source: wkrg news


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