In the wake of the terrible bomb attack episode that occurred on Monday which is being grieved the world over, Christian Leaders stood up.
Evangelist Franklin Graham tweeted:
Join me in praying for the families of the 19 killed and the more than 50 people injured in the #Manchester bombing.
— Franklin Graham (@Franklin_Graham) May 23, 2017
Christian author and speaker Eric Metaxas retweeted a post from Anne Carlson Kennedy about praying for the victims of the Manchester attack, accompanied by an article on the difference of thoughts versus prayers:
Thoughts are not the same as Prayers.https://t.co/ynEaZRBtIJ
— Anne Carlson Kennedy (@revannek) May 23, 2017
Anthony Bradley, a professor of theology and religion studies at The King’s College tweeted:
Really sad news. https://t.co/5wCVHZcPxd
— Anthony Bradley (@drantbradley) May 23, 2017
Pastor Eugene Cho tweeted:
Heartbroken. Praying for Manchester & the UK. For those mourning loved ones. For those injured and fighting for life. Lord, in your mercy.
— Eugene Cho (@EugeneCho) May 23, 2017
Christian author Trillia Newbell retweeted Pastor Cho’s sentiments, saying she, too, was praying.
Same…so sad. Praying for the UK and for families to be reunited after the explosion. https://t.co/0fajDm1AnQ
— Trillia Newbell (@trillianewbell) May 23, 2017
Christian author and blogger Sarah Bessey, who is from the UK, tweeted:
Heartsick for #Manchester. Prayers for all of the victims and their loved ones. 🇬🇧
— Sarah Bessey (@sarahbessey) May 23, 2017
Christian author Ed Cyzewski tweeted:
Praying for the victims and the families in #Manchester who are living in this horror. https://t.co/bXJEtOAP62
— edcyzewski (@edcyzewski) May 23, 2017
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse expressed Americans’ solidarity with Brits in this time of mourning:
Cowards who kill innocent children are enemies of free & decent people around the world. Tonight Americans mourn with our British allies.
— Ben Sasse (@BenSasse) May 23, 2017