VENEZUELA Need Your PRAYERS!!

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Negly

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Dear Brothers and Sisters,


Please, keep my country VENEZUELA in you prayers.
Our presidential elections went yesterday, April 14th. And the officialist Government, with more that 14 years in power, won doing a evident FRAUD. The vote's results are false and the National Elections Center is totally supporting their fraud and all the infractions that the officialist did against the electoral law.
We are becoming more and more like Cuba. Presidential Elections are just a mask to the world. The actual government, would do any kind of tricks to win and never leave the power, just as a dictatorship.
Spiritually talking, mostly of the government members are practicing witcheries, and they do rituals before every election. Even Maduro, the official candidate and the one who won the elections by fraud, even cursed all the Venezuelans that doesn't vote for him. It's truly a spiritual, psychological and physical war against the evil, and the overwhelming power of a autocrat government.
GOD HAVE MERCY OF VENEZUELA!
Again I ask you, please, do pray for us, now only God can help us!
God bless you all, and God bless VENEZUELA!


Negly ~


"You, Lord, will keep the needy safe and will protect us forever from the wicked, who freely strut about when what is vile is honored by the human race." Psalm 12:7-8
 
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wwjd_kilden

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Praying .
 

Duckies

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Will be praying for this!

Unfortunately man's powers will continue to consume all good as time passes by, but you hang on to our Lord :)

Dios los Bendiga Mucho!
 

pickles

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Venezuela is in my prayers and praying in agreement with all here in Jesus Christ is Lord.

God bless
pickles
 
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Negly

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Thank so much for your prayers!! In Venezuela the pacific protest continues. Tomorrow we will do a manifestation en front of the Electoral National Center in every state to ask again for the recount of the votes.
May God have mercy and protect all the protestants because government use the army force, police and armed groups to attack the pacific protest.
 
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Samohito

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My prayer be with your country Venezuela..! God will bless your country, He will send his angels to protect all His people, He will transform your country Venezuela.
 
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Negly

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Thank you very much for your prayers to everyone , I do appreciate it very much.
Even so, lets continue praying together for Venezuela, because the situation is really sad. People are dying and the person in power doesn't care for the lives of Venezuelan people. But our God is greater than all human government, so our best weapon is prayer. God bless you!

Negly~

"If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land."
2 Chronicles 7:14


 

livingepistle

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Negly
United States need your prayers, bombs exploded in our city of Boston. The world is truly displaying signs of the Lord's eminent return; keep me in your prayers as we look together for the "Rapture".
 
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myroyalty

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Amen..these are the times that were described in the bible..tough times. Let us be ready for the return of Christ.
 
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Negly

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Good night Brothers and Sisters,


I want to give thanks to God, because He is listening our prayers for Venezuela. Yesterday night the National Elections Center accepted to do the audits of at least the 46% of the votes. It's not what we was waiting, because there are so many irregularities in every vote center, but the opposition candidate accepted the proposal. And right now, we are starting to feel a "tense calm" in our country.
Even so the government is doing what they call: "putting hard hand in their troops", so they are firing a lot of people from the gubernatorial offices and other government enterprises. This with the excuse of they does not voted for the official candidate. They are doing this in every state. Also they are increasing the violence against the people.
Please, keep Venezuela in your prayers. As Venezuelans, we will not give up of fighting and We will trust God that He will make justice and He will save Venezuela of becoming a second Cuba. Amen!


Also I join your prayers for Boston and Texas, my prayer is for God have mercy of every person involved in those tragedies, and may He bring Hope and comfort to them, in the middle of this hard situation.


God Bless America and God bless Venezuela!


In Christ's Love,


Negly ~<3
 
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Negly

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[h=1]Venezuelans Resist an Illegitimate and Violent Regime[/h]By Roger NoriegaWednesday, May 1, 2013
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[TD]A majority of Venezuelans voted for change and now has no choice but to resist a regime that can hold on to power only with violence.
Is the election in Venezuela over? Apparently not. The self-declared winner, Nicolás Maduro, is behaving very much like a man who knows he lost on April 14. In resorting to violence and brute force to silence the opposition’s demand for an honest recount, Maduro has signed the death warrant for chavismo’s legitimacy.
Numerous videos of soldiers and other chavista thugs chasing, beating, and shooting unarmed protesters have circulated around the world since last month’s election. Last night, video from Venezuela’s national assembly showed opposition members being beaten as they protested a gag rule imposed by assembly president Diosdado Cabello.
Post-election analyses have shown that even many of those who had supported caudillo Hugo Chávez before his recent death were among a majority of Venezuelans who voted for change last month. And that majority now has no choice but to resist the Cuban-backed regime that cannot hold on to power, let alone govern, unless it uses violence against the Venezuelan people.
Opposition leader Henrique Capriles Radonski has called for a peaceful protest today in Caracas, and the Maduro regime has summoned its supporters to a competing demonstration. Chavista leaders have threatened to prosecute opposition leaders for inciting violence and sowing the seeds of a “civil war.” But it is clear that chavista leaders are eager for a confrontation. The competing demonstrations are on opposite sides of metropolitan Caracas, so if the government’s backers want trouble, they will have to go looking for it.
If there is widespread violence, it should be remembered that it is the regime that purchased $9 billion in Russian arms and distributed thousands of weapons to militias. It is the chavista movement that has deployed motorcycle-borne gunmen, modeled on the Iranian basij, to attack opposition protesters. Maduro and his Cuban handlers are deluding themselves if they think they can elude responsibility for escalating violence.
Maduro and his Cuban handlers are deluding themselves if they think they can elude responsibility for escalating violence.​
The Obama administration has wisely declined to recognize Maduro’s victory, questioning the rush to judgment by chavista electoral authorities and their refusal to conduct a thorough recount despite the reported close results. Among Latin American leaders, only Panama and Paraguay withheld recognition of Maduro’s election. As political repression intensifies, Obama and these other leaders will conclude that they made the right decision in withholding judgment on Maduro’s legitimacy.
Other presidents in the region who were quick to accommodate a Maduro victory must be viewing the violent images coming from Caracas with serious concern. If Maduro is the legitimate, elected president, why isn’t he willing to air disagreements in the country’s congress? Other left-leaning presidents in the region — in Brazil, Argentina, and El Salvador, for example — do not resort to beating opposition figures seeking the right to speak in congress. If such violence continues and spreads to the streets, one can only hope that other democratic leaders will break their silence and repudiate Maduro’s tactics.
It is remarkable to see assembly president Cabello leading the charge against the opposition — in other words, doing the dirty work for Maduro and Havana. Cabello was thought to have the confidence of many in the military who chafed at the heavy hand of Cubans who are desperate to micromanage the post-Chávez succession to ensure the flow of aid and oil to the bankrupt Castro regime. By following Havana’s instructions, Cabello is leading Venezuela’s military into a moral ambush — putting soldiers in a position of having to murder peaceful protestors in the service of a foreign regime and a corrupt, illegitimate despot.
Every Venezuelan patriot can recall the admonition of the country’s liberator, Simón Bolívar: “Maldito sea el soldado que vuelva las armas de la república contra su pueblo," or “Cursed is the soldier who turns the nation’s arms against its people.”
No Cuban dictator or brutal mercenary can be expected to comprehend the precepts of a man known throughout Latin America simply as, “El Libertador” — “The Liberator.” But no Venezuelan can forget that solemn admonition or forgive those who dishonor his legacy.
Roger F. Noriega is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute; he was assistant secretary of State for Western Hemisphere affairs and ambassador to the Organization of American States in the administration of former President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2005.


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oyinlami

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Hello Negly,
I am moved to tears as I read about the present situation in your country. I know how it feels because I experienced similar situation in my country but not for the prayers of Christians we would have been plunged into another civil war.
I have started praying with you for the peace of Venezuela.
God bless you.
Jonathan
 
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hattiebod

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Praying for your country, for all the countries in the world trapped in violence and injustice, that the people will turn to the true ruler of their countries, the King of Kings. Ruler of the heavens and the earth. That the Holy Spirit sweep through the lands bringing freedom and protection from persecution and an outpouring of supernatural power and blessings. Thank you Lord. In His name, <><
 
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oyinlami

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Heavenly Father we thank you for taking charge over your country Venezuela, we know that all man belongs to you and we pray for peace and progress in Venezuela.Amen.

We pray that the rightful candidate will rule over Venezuela, we pray that your righteousness will be uphold in every national activities in that country because righteousness exalt a nation and sin is a reproach.

We pray against killing of all innocent citizens of Venezuela, we ask that you give the leaders listening ears to hear the plight and injustice of the people.Amen.

We pray for justice and equality in the just concluded election. We do not want dictatorship in that country in Jesus Name.Amen!.

As we pray and say Amen God will move mightily and the wall of 'Jericho' in the name of past dictatorship will fall down.

There will be real peace and prosperity within the bothers and Gods people will eat from the fruit of the land.Amen
 

simplyme_bekah

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I prayed for your country sweetie <3 Be blessed and at peace no matter what the conflict that surrounds you knowing that the Lord holds you safely in His hands, I pray He gives you all the comfort He offers to His children at this time and I ask on Jesus beautiful name, amen.
 
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Wow, Negly! I never thought I´d find your petition in here.
 
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We -here- are spiritually blind and biased. I, more than I ever wanted, have written words criticizing this evil gov, whose former president, Hugo Chávez, cursed this nation, Israel, and the USA... I THANK ALL OF YOU! I see you, fouriegners, are concerned on our "local" issues but, at the long run, I see many Venezuelans eager to receive the mark of the beast just to keep selling and buying things... So, for me, Matt. prophecies are closer than I ever imagined.
 
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Negly

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Praying for your country, for all the countries in the world trapped in violence and injustice, that the people will turn to the true ruler of their countries, the King of Kings. Ruler of the heavens and the earth. That the Holy Spirit sweep through the lands bringing freedom and protection from persecution and an outpouring of supernatural power and blessings. Thank you Lord. In His name, <><
Amen! Thank you very much my Sister hattiebod, may God bless you and grant all the wishes of your heart, because you care for the needy. I'm happy God is working in my country, to open the eyes of the nations, so they can see what is really happening here since long time ago, please keep praying. God bless you!!

I prayed for your country sweetie <3 Be blessed and at peace no matter what the conflict that surrounds you knowing that the Lord holds you safely in His hands, I pray He gives you all the comfort He offers to His children at this time and I ask on Jesus beautiful name, amen.
Thank you for your kinds words and prayers my sister simplyme_bekah, please keep Venezuela in your prayers. If there is anything I can help you in prayer, I will pray for you too! God bless you!! :)

We -here- are spiritually blind and biased. I, more than I ever wanted, have written words criticizing this evil gov, whose former president, Hugo Chávez, cursed this nation, Israel, and the USA... I THANK ALL OF YOU! I see you, fouriegners, are concerned on our "local" issues but, at the long run, I see many Venezuelans eager to receive the mark of the beast just to keep selling and buying things... So, for me, Matt. prophecies are closer than I ever imagined.
My dear brother secularhermit, remember that prophecies are to warning the people, is a like a view about what God is thinking to do, and we can change it because God is merciful. We just need to pray and humble ourself in front of Him. Change our wrong way to live and truly give all our life to Him. Also, now more that ever, we must be light in middle of the darkness, we need to talk others about God and His love for them, this way our nation can be safe not only physically but spiritually, because in the end, The plan of God are plans for good and not for disaster, to give us a future and a hope. (Jeremiah 29:11) I believe in these words, above all prophecies, God is good. Please lets keep praying together for our nation, God bless you!!
 
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Negly

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Hello Negly,
I am moved to tears as I read about the present situation in your country. I know how it feels because I experienced similar situation in my country but not for the prayers of Christians we would have been plunged into another civil war.
I have started praying with you for the peace of Venezuela. God bless you.
Jonathan
My dear brother Jonathan, I'm so happy you are praying for my country, I know God will solve all things in your country and mine too because, He says that in Jesus Christ name will be blessed all the nations of the earth, also we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them. I'll pray for your country too. May God bless Nigeria!
Thank you very much for your web site, I can see you have a wonderful ministry. May God bless everything you do, may He fill your heart and life in His love and renew your strengths like the eagle.
I'm also interested in the healing ministry, but God wanted me to study Medicine, I'm in 4th year of my studies now, and I know this profession will be for his service in middle of the needy.
I take this opportunity to ask prayer for my studies, because they are in danger because the government situation. Universities are know for promote free thinking, and mostly of the students are contrary to this regimen. So, this government doesn't pay to the universities what they need to pay teachers, workers and other expenses. This situation has many years, and the teachers and workers had enough, so they are doing strikes frequently and are talking about doing a indefinite strike. Please keep praying for Venezuela, and if there is anything I can pray for you too please let me know.
God bless you and your ministry!
 
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