On Saturday March 8, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 lost communication with air traffic control and never reached its intended destination. What information that has been gathered indicates foul play.
The pilot’s last verbal communication occurred less than an hour after the plane’s departure. After that last communication, the plane’s GPS tracking system was switched off. About an hour later, the military radar detected the plane hundreds of miles off course.
These are the points of reference provided by a commercial satellite that picked up the plane at 8:11 a.m. – about 7 and one-half hours after the plane’s initial departure. The plane, with its 227 passengers and 12 crew members, has not been seen or heard from since.
As the search continues for the missing plane, and people begin to circulate conspiracy theories, let’s remember first and foremost to pray for the entire situation.
Here are some specific ways we can pray for those aboard the flight and their families and friends as they deal with this tragedy.
Please connect with your friends and don’t keep your faith to yourself. Gather together and pray. Connect with your Facebook friends and create a ripple effect of praying for this situation. With God all things are possible.
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