Join Us In Prayer for the Tornado Victims.


Photo from a front porch in Cleveland, TN yesterday.

After yesterday’s three rounds of massive tornados (160 in all) – the death toll is up to 213, and rising.

Over a million people are without power  - and thousands are injured.  Temporary morgues have been set up, and parking lots have been transformed into command headquarters for donations.

You can see footage of a tornado going through Alabama HERE

We are still in shock, many of us finding out that more and more people we know have lost their homes as the day goes on.

I ask that you join us in prayer for those affected by this storm – and I personally would like to offer God praise that my family is unharmed.

Please comment and tell the Time2Save Community what you need to pray for, or what you would like to give praise for.  We’ll be checking all day – and lifting you up in prayer!!

Also – if you have a story you want to share, or know of a place to drop off donations – leave that in the comment section as well for those who are itching to jump in and help!!!

Comments

  1. Lonnie Walker says

    I have many friends in Cleveland, I was wondering if there is a list of the injured anywhere?

  2. Tonya says

    I have been so moved reading about all the stories with the tornadoes and such devastation that has taken place. I want to collect and box items for families in need, but does anyone know where I can send them? If someone can send me some names and addresses I would love to do what I can, here in Maine, to get whatever supplies are needed for you down there! Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers up here, heck, the whole country. What a horrible lesson to learn on being prepared for natural disasters. Please keep us posted on how things are in your communities….Tonya

  3. Tiffany says

    This notice was posted on Facebook this morning:

    United Way of Northwest Georgia, in partnership with the Red Cross of Northwest Georgia, will be collecting bottled water and personal hygiene items for those affected by yesterday’s devastating storms in Catoosa County. Please bring your collected items to the United Way office, located at 816 South Thornton Avenue in Dalton, GA.

  4. April says

    I learned a valuable lesson yesterday. I live in Chattanooga and I didn’t pay too much attention to the tornado warning and then about 10:30 the power went out and my cell phone was dying I kept trying to call out on the phone and it kept dropping the calls. I managed to hear my husband say that it was bad out and trees were down everywhere. But it was a garbled conversation. I managed to get on the internet using my cell and saw that 70,000 plus people were w/o power and cleveland had got hit hard but the network kept crashing. My voip service doesn’t without the internet and I don’t have a wireless router. My phone was beeping indicating dead battery. I decided to turn the phone off it save the little juice I had just in case their was an emergency. My phone finally made it home and was like I called you over 40 times. We had to take a uhaul back, dumb move we got caught in the 3rd tornado and a hail storm. The uhaul never made it back. The moral of the story is keep your cell phone fully charged and we are planning to get a wireless card for the internet. I had no clue that a 3rd tornado or a 2nd tornado was coming. We were so poorly prepared for a major emergency all we have on hand is bottled water, no extra batteries or flashlights simply because I thought stuff like this doesn’t really happen in Chattanooga. Yesterday opened my eyes. Last night my power was restored but we are going to be making some serious changes around here. All of the Suntrust Banks closed early and we had no cash on hand. I thank God for taking care of my family. We were in the car praying that God would spare our lives.

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