Chinese Christians Pray for Peace of Tianjin

By Issarch Li, August 17, 2015 10:08 AM

Peace of Tianjin

A dramatic explosion of Tianjin Binhai new district has killed at least 112 people. Until now, among those killed are 85 firefighters, another 520 people have been admitted to the hospital. After the explosion, including celebrities like Jay Chou, many Christians pray for Tianjin.

Reported that the explosion occurred yesterday (August 12) about 23:30, where the location is in Tianjin Binhai new area of Fifth Avenue and Leap Road Intersection at a container terminal. CCTV news channel reported that in the morning, the accident has 17 deaths. The Beijing news said the explosion near Tianjin Teida where hospital chief introduced that today the hospital received 42 bodies.

Explosion accident in Tianjin has paid all of the national people's attention; many Christians have said a prayer for the peace of Tianjin.

At half past four in the morning, Jay Chou forwarded the Weibo about People's Daily to encourage enthusiastic citizens for the blood donation of the injured in the accident, and in four hours wrote Weibo again "Tianjin come on, I'm in Shanghai, praying for you!" and placed it at the top.

ChenJianzhou and Fanweiqi also wrote Weibo for Tianjin to pray for peace. Chen forwarded news headlines about the accident report, and said: "Pray for Tianjin fellow!" Fan forwarded the Weibo that Baibaihe pray for Tanggu, and left a message: "Pray for Tianjin, peace! All the scene of the first line relief workers was laborious!"

Yuan Li forwarded the People's Daily reports of explosion accident in Tianjin, and said: "Pray for Tianjin, Tianjin! God bless peace, will be safe!!!!!" She also said: "We are in the distance, we cannot help Tianjin, only the heart of worry... may God bless the peace to Tianjin! Comfort those in any trouble! Only love can cover everything."

Deng Zi Qi, Zhang Bo Zhi also forwarded news on Weibo, and attached a gesture of prayer. Zhang Jin and Liyanan post "Pray for Tianjin" on Weibo, and attached a gesture of prayer. Liu Geng Hong forwarded the accident and wrote "prayer," and attached a picture of a candle.

Many ordinary Christians also prayed for Tianjin: "At the moment, only silent prayer! May God take care of everything!" "Pray less casualties as possible, God bless Tianjin!" "Tianjin CHEER UP, we pray that God bless you!" "Pray for Tianjin, pray for all the people in distress, pleaded with loving God save the crisis of life..." "We wish everyone safe, and may God bless the people who are in the rescue, pray for you, bless Tanggu!" Conservative, "Pray that God will minimize casualties, pray that God will help those who are injured and they get healed as soon as possible, also pray that God will comfort those firefighters, keep them and give them peace." 

On 12 Aug, a dramatic explosion happened in Tianjin Binhai new disctrict, and caused a seris explosion.

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