1. Prayer to the Lord of Heaven’s Armies
Mighty God, You are our strength, always ready to help in times of trouble. Even when the earth shakes, and mountains crumble, and the ocean roars and surges, we will not be alarmed. The Lord of heavens armies is here among us, and He is our fortress. We will be still and know that You are God. We thank You, Great Creator of the wind and earth, for saving us in our time of peril. Amen.
2. Our Shelter in Storm Prayer
Oh God, our Rock, You are our shelter when storms come our way. We are secure, no matter what news we hear of danger. You are our rock and our defense. We will not be alarmed or fearful. When the wind rages around us, we have our safe retreat in You. You alone are our refuge, be ever near us, we pray. Keep us safe through this time. Amen.
3. Prayer to the Stronghold of My Life
Oh Lord, You are my Light and my Salvation. Why should I fear? You are the Stronghold of my life. Why should I be afraid? Even though all the elements of nature advance against me, to devour my home and my family, my heart will not fear. I will be confident in Your salvation. I ask that You hide me in the shelter of Your wings. Be merciful to me and answer me in Your compassion. Amen.
4. Prayer to the One who Rules the Wind
Jesus, when You walked on earth, You demonstrated Your power over nature. You are the One who walked on water and rebuked the fierce tempest, and at Your command, the wind stopped and a great calm prevailed. You are the same yesterday, today and forever. We put our faith and trust in You when we are assailed by the forces of nature. Thank You for Your protection and care. Amen.
5. Break the Power of This Storm Prayer
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God, my Protector, I keep my eyes on You, through this furious storm. My soul trusts in You, and I know it will be well. I ask You to protect my home and my family from the elements. I rely on Your grace, Your mercy, and Your love. I ask that You will stretch forth Your hand and break the power of this mighty storm, for the wind and waves still know Your name. Amen.
6. Prayer to the God Who Is for Us
God of love, You are for us, what can ever be against us? Nothing can separate us from Your love. Even when we have trouble and calamity and are in mortal danger, we can rest in Your compassion. No power in the skies above, the earth below – nothing in all of creation can separate us from Your loving care for us. Thank You for keeping us safe through this mighty tempest. Amen.
7. You Are Our Hiding Place Prayer
Heavenly Father, You are our hiding place from the storm and the rain. You are our shelter and our covering. We ask You for preservation from this raging tempest. Please keep all those in the path of this storm safe and defend their homes from damage. Bring peace and protection and provision, we ask. Thank You for Your great compassion and mercy for Your children. Amen.
8. Calm the Storm to a Whisper Prayer
Lord, we give thanks to You, for You are good; Your faithful love endures forever. When the winds and the waves rise, and we cringe in terror, we cry out to You in our distress, knowing You can calm the storm to a whisper and still the waves. Please draw near, and be our safety. We praise You for Your great love and the wonderful things You have done for us. Amen.
9. Prayer during a Disaster
Help Lord! This disaster is engulfing us! We are overwhelmed. We cry out to You for help. We anxiously seek Your protection and refuge as the ruthless forces of nature threaten to destroy us. We thank You that You are our strong tower – we can run to You and be saved. We humbly ask You to subdue this fierce danger. Reach down from heaven and rescue us. Amen.
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