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26 September 1999 Issue

Prayer Alliance for Animals
Prayer Petition No. 24
Week of September 26, 1999
Submitted by [email protected]

This week's prayer petition is for animals who are lost, abandoned or unwanted. There were many, many animal lives lost to the flooding as a result of Hurricane Floyd making landfall in North Carolina. Many of them were so-called "food animals" who were destined to slaughter, and this is an especially tragic death for them because of their prolonged terror and suffering. So for them we pray that the lost find their way home, that the abandoned find peace and comfort in God's mercy, that the injured find compassionate hands, and that the unwanted be protected from cruelty and neglect. We pray that those who lost stock animals won't replace them with more "food animals", but with grains and other gifts from the earth. We pray for the good people of North Carolina and those helping them.

Please keep your prayer requests coming, and please keep praying.

Proverbs 12:10 "A good man cares even for his beast, but the bad man has a cruel heart."

This week's quote: "If chimpanzees have consciousness, if they are capable of abstractions, do they not have what until now has been described as "human rights"? How smart does a chimp have to be before killing him constitutes murder"..
Carl Sagan

Note: For those of you who sent requests and petition ideas, I am keeping them in a folder for a later date. I will use them soon. Thank you for sending them.

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