Prayer for 911 remembrance

We pray for the memories of those who were killed in 911. May their lives and all those lives that were lost be remembered forever. Also, may the families of victims find peace to this day. We pray that never again will evil and unjust happenings like 911 occur, but if it does, may we find the strength as a nation and a world to prevent such tragedies from happening again.

We pray for all the victims of 911 and families, friends who lost their loved ones. God bless them all and give us the strength to carry on. Holy Father, do not let us perish in selfishness and greed, but deliver us from evil. For your love is greater that this evil.

May the souls of those who lost their life in 9/11 rest in peace. Bless those who had to watch their loved ones leave this world and may they cope with this tragedy. Lord, guide our authorities and protect them as they continue to secure our safety. Watch over our country and all Americans, that we may continue to live in freedom. We pray for this in the name of Jesus, amen!

Dear Lord,

We pray that you would give us the strength and courage to remember those who lost their lives on September 11th, 2001. Help us to honor them with our words, our deeds, and our actions. We pray for all of those who were injured and for their families. We pray for peace in this world and for all who have suffered because of violence. We pray that we may live in harmony with one another and find common ground with those who are different from us.

Help us to remember that we are not alone in this world and that there is always hope for the future. We ask these things through Christ our Lord, Amen

Dear God,

We come before you to ask for your blessing on the families and friends of those who died in the September 11th attacks. We also pray for the first responders and all others who were affected by this tragedy.

We lift up our hearts in gratitude for all those who gave their lives in service to humanity during this dark time. Thank you for your grace and mercy as we continue to heal from that day’s wounds—and for being with us every step of the way. We pray for peace, comfort, and strength for all who are still struggling with their losses.

In Jesus’ name we pray, amen

Prayer for 9 11 remembrance

Introduction

This prayer was given when President Bush spoke at the memorial service for the Pentagon on September 16, 2001.

Lord we remember the events of Sept 11, 2001 as we say this prayer for 9 11 remembrance.

Lord we remember the events of Sept 11, 2001 as we say this prayer for 9 11 remembrance.

As a nation we have not forgotten. We remember that our nation was changed on that fateful day. It is hard to imagine the world without computers and cell phones.

As a nation we have not forgotten.

On this day, we will remember the events of 9-11–01. On this day, we will remember those who lost their lives and those who survived the attacks on our country.

On September 11, 2001, 19 men hijacked four planes and carried out suicide missions against New York City and Washington D.C., in order to bring about a change in American foreign policy towards Muslim countries. The hijackers crashed two planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center (WTC) in New York City, which were already known as landmarks for their height; one plane hit each tower at 8:46 am EDT.[2] A third plane hit the Pentagon just outside Washington at 9:37 am EDT; while passengers revolted against its hijacking.[3] A fourth hijacked plane crashed into an open field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania at 10:03 am EDT after passengers revolted again.[4] It has been reported that 2197 people died on board these four flights,[5] including all flight crew members and 15 terrorists;[6] though other sources cite lower numbers because not everyone was identified from recovered body parts.[7][8]

We remember that our nation was changed on that fateful day.

We remember that our nation was changed on that fateful day.

As a nation, we were united as never before. In the face of hatred and terror, we took steps to make sure it didn’t happen again. We mourned the loss of thousands whose lives were cut short by those who sought only to destroy what they could not understand: freedom.

It was an attack on our freedom, but also on the world’s free people everywhere who stood with us in mourning and unity. The world united behind us as we mourned our losses, gathered together in prayer and comforted one another during those dark days after 9/11 when America was at its weakest point yet strongest in spirit; when everyone knew exactly how strong we had become because of what happened here that day so long ago now known simply as 9/11: The worst attack ever on our nation’s soil.”

It is hard to imagine the world without computers and cell phones.

  • It is hard to imagine the world without computers and cell phones.
  • The internet, email, video chat, social media and so on are integral parts of our daily life.
  • We have become accustomed to being connected all the time with people we know and with complete strangers through social networks such as Facebook or Twitter. These technologies have become part of our culture, which makes them hard to imagine that they do not exist anymore – even for a moment!

The scars of the tragedy are still with us.

The scars of the tragedy are still with us.

The attack on America on September 11, 2001 is a day that will live in infamy. We remember all who perished in this horrific attack and those who have suffered since then as they struggle to move forward and rebuild their lives.

But those who died are missed and remembered by family, friends and co-workers.

This is a day to reflect on the events of 9/11, as well as all those who have been affected by it.

Remember the victims and their families: the firefighters, police officers and emergency response personnel who lost their lives saving others; the children who died at school; in their homes; at work; on airplanes and in cars. Remember their loved ones left behind to mourn them.

Remember those who saved lives: The heroes who risked their own lives to save others—those whose bravery was recognized with medals of honor or awards for valor presented posthumously by presidents Bush and Obama in 2002 and 2011 respectively (the National 9/11 Flag is flown each anniversary). We also remember first responders such as EMS workers who ran toward danger instead of away from it when they heard about attacks taking place downtown—like Mark Taylor (who later became Dr Mark Taylor), a paramedic from Arlington County Fire Department Station 8 where he worked until retiring after 30 years of service! He answered his pager before heading into work that morning—he didn’t know then how many calls like this one he would receive over time…

We remember how our nation was attacked by terrorists.

We remember how our nation was attacked by terrorists.

The pain of the loss is still fresh. The loss of life is still with us. The memory of the events of the day will never be forgotten.

That day we were all united in our love of country.

  • That day we were all united in our love of country.
  • We were praying and thinking of our country and our fellow Americans.
  • It was a time when each one of us was united in our hopes for the future.

The thoughts and prayers of millions went out to those lost in the attack on America.

The thoughts and prayers of millions went out to those lost in the attack on America. The Lord we remember the events of Sept 11, 2001 as we say this prayer for 9 11 remembrance.

  • May God bless America today and always.

In His name we pray, Amen

Lord help us to be one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.

Lord help us to be one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.

Lord you are our only hope in times of trouble, please bless America today as we remember those lost on September 11th, 2001. Help us see what needs to be done so that this never happens again on American soil or anywhere else in the world where Americans are living peacefully or serving others.

Help us leaders in government who make decisions that affect millions of people’s lives every day, keep them focused on you and what is right rather than selfishness and money. Help them hear your call when they need it most.

Protect our law enforcement officers from harm as they work hard each day to protect us from those who would do harm against our nation.

Conclusion

My fellow Americans, God bless those whose lives were taken by the evil of that day. May God bless all those who responded to the call of duty in this time of crisis and may God bless America.

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