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Prayers for Madeleine

Post by Tony Bennett on 24.03.10 17:45

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24 March 2010

invite to the missing children prayer day

Dear Friends,

I am writing to invite you to join the Madeleine Prayer Circle (MPC) and thousands of others as we come together again to pray for Madeleine McCann and all of the missing, abused and exploited children in our world, and if possible, for you to include a prayer for Madeleine and all missing children in your service, on the first weekend in May 2010 (Saturday 1st May or Sunday 2nd May).

MPC is an international group of Christians dedicated to praying specifically for missing, abducted, trafficked, abused and/ or exploited children around the world. The group arose from the tragic disappearance of Madeleine McCann when a small group of Christians, deeply moved by Madeleine's plight, began to pray regularly together for her protection and safe return.

MPC has since expanded its mission to pray for all missing, abducted, trafficked, abused and / or exploited children around the world, in recognition that as Christ's servants on earth, intercession and action on behalf of the world's most vulnerable members of society are our most important callings.

"Again, I say to you that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them." Mathew 18: 19-20

Throughout 2009 / 2010 we witnessed the safe return of a number of children who had been abducted, including Jaycee Dugard who had been held in captivity for over 18 years, as well as the arrest of a numerous of international child trafficking operations. I am sure our prayers make a difference!

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Re: Prayers for Madeleine

Post by littlepixie on 24.03.10 18:22

I have prayed for Madeleine McCann many times as I am sure thousands of others have. I pray that the truth about her disappearance becomes known.

If people believe in God then they will also believe he knows exactly where she is and exactly what happened to her.

He is also a lover of justice.
Psalm 37 :28

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Re: Prayers for Madeleine

Post by Tony Bennett on 24.03.10 20:13

I also like this verse:

Proverbs 18 v 17:

He that is first in his own cause seemeth just; but his neighbour cometh and searcheth him.

INTERPRETATION:

He that is first in his own cause [Dr Gerald McCann] seemeth just; but his neighbour [Goncalo Amaral] cometh and searcheth him.

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Re: Prayers for Madeleine

Post by Rainbow on 24.03.10 21:12

Why are they a strange group of people?

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Re: Prayers for Madeleine

Post by Ruby on 24.03.10 21:27

Just the way the good lord made 'em, ma'am.

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Re: Prayers for Madeleine

Post by Rainbow on 24.03.10 23:14

Personally I dont see anything wrong with a group of people having a prayer session for children and I am surprised TB sees them as "strange".

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Post by Tony Bennett on 25.03.10 7:37

@Rainbow wrote:Personally I don't see anything wrong with a group of people having a prayer session for children and I am surprised TB sees them as 'strange'.
No, I agree, in general a group of people praying for children seems very worthy, BUT there are some concerns about John Wearne's fund-raising activities. He raises money e.g. for 'Robin Hood Ministries; which he refers to as 'his charity'. Here's an example:

Hello Everyone,

I have decided to run for Robinhood Ministries in the Bath Half Marathon on March 15th, 2009. My last race was back in 2002 which was a 10k so it will be a struggle probably just to make the 13 miles, but all for a good cause and many children can benefit from any donations that you could possibly make, no matter how small

Donating through Justgiving is quick, easy and totally secure. It’s also the most efficient way to sponsor me: Robin Hood Ministries gets your money faster and, if you’re a UK taxpayer, Justgiving makes sure 25% in Gift Aid, plus a 3% supplement, are added to your donation.

Additionally, any artist, band or musician that sponsors me for this event will also be offered an extra 3 months free on the http://www.musicdownloadrevolution.com/
music site, along with the free 3 month trial that will give you 6 months free hosting of your music!!

So please sponsor me now! Go to http://www.justgiving.com/johnwearne
for sponsorship details. We aim to get to £500 mark and these poor children of Romania need all your help.

thankyou and bless you,

john wearne
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Here's a message he sent out in late 2008:

The Madeleine Prayer Group is worldwide and consists of individuals and churches that pray on their own time, no real organised groups. We now organise one every 2 months and the numbers are currently at around 8,000 people worldwide that will be praying for her and other innocent children. We need to take a stand against this evil!

Here are a few links:

http://www.saltshakers.org.au/html/P/20/B/0/
http://www.assistnews.net/Stories/2008/s08090082.htm

Could I ask that you circulate it to as many people/organisations as possible?

God bless you and thanks again.

John

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Re: Prayers for Madeleine

Post by aiyoyo on 25.03.10 7:56

@Rainbow wrote:Personally I dont see anything wrong with a group of people having a prayer session for children and I am surprised TB sees them as "strange".

Maybe the 'strange' comes from this part of the article.
"The group arose from the tragic disappearance of Madeleine McCann when a small group of Christians, deeply moved by Madeleine's plight, began to pray regularly together for her protection and safe return."

Missing, abused, exploited children existed as old as history.
Nothing wrong with group have prayer sessions for children...but the sudden conception of this group as a result of Maddie? Maybe the strangeness derives from there.

So maybe as Ruby pointed out, this 'group' has a special calling from the 'looking after Maddie's interest'.

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