Texas Governor Greg Abbott is not letting his faith in God sit idly by as so many lives have been miraculously saved in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
On Thursday, the governor signed a proclamation declaring Sept. 3 a “Day of Prayer” for Texas and Hurricane Harvey victims.
“We all know one thing and that is there is no storm as tough as the people of Texas,” Abbott said during a Thursday press conference. “As we gather today here at this church, it is important that we remember that the greatest power that exists is the power of God.”
“It was God acting through the lives of so many Texans who came to the rescue of other Texans,” he continued. “It was the power of God who was able to pull people out of the water and literally save them.”
Crowd-goers exclaimed “Amen!” after Abbott promised he was going to sign a proclamation declaring Sunday a “Texan day of prayer.”
“This is a day where we will prayer for all of those who are affected,” Abbott explained. “We will pray regardless of what faith, or church, or background you may have. We will pray as one united people.”
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