"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Cyclone Yasi

Dear friends,
I'm sure many of you know of the monster cyclone about to hit the North Queensland coast in the next 16 hours.
It is the biggest cyclone to ever hit Australia, and we are no strangers to tropical cyclones every summer, so this is quite frightening.
Our little town will be affected badly. I am asking you to pray for us all, every one of us facing this disaster. It is now Category 5, and we are to prepare for Category 3 or 4 to hit our little town.
I have friends in towns up here that are as scared as I, and we are all joining in prayer for each other. 
In our own home we have battened down what we can, and will lock ourselves in the most secure room of the house. We have glass louvre windows all around the house, and these are of great concern to us as the wind already whistles up through them, but with a cyclone...
Pray. Just pray for all of us affected in North Queensland. We have been told we will receive 1,000 ml of rain in our town - that is unfathomable to me. 

You can track the cyclone HERE throughout the coming hours,
God bless us all,
Jenny

165 comments:

  1. Jenny, I am so afraid for you and your family and of course everyone else in the line of the cyclone. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Hang on tight!

    Love & hugs, Karen

    Hope to hear from you when the storm is passed.

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  2. May God be with you and your townsfolk. Love and best wishes from across the ditch ... Rose, Christchurch NZ

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  3. Thinking and praying for you and others in N Qld.... not nice time...
    Hugz

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  4. Oh, thinking of you and all other quilters in the area. Hope all remains well through the storm and you are all safe and sound!

    In the USA we are having snow storms to deal with.

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  5. I will be praying for you and all the people in that area. I've no idea of cyclones, never had more than hurricanes up North (New York). Please let us in blogland out here know how everything is from time to time when you can.

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  6. Jenny, You, your family and all of N Queensland are in my thoughts and prayer. Will continue praying for you until we hear from you again. Stay safe. Karen

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  7. I will think of you over the next hours and hope you will be ok. My thoughts go to you an your family!
    Love and hugs from Synnoeve.

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  8. Keeping you in my prayers, Jenny. Stay safe.

    Peace and Laughter,
    Cristina

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  9. My thoughts are with you and your family, keep safe.

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  10. You know I'm on my knees, darling girl - update us when you can.

    Without warning, a furious storm came up on the lake, so that the waves swept over the boat. But Jesus was sleeping. The disciples went and woke him, saying, "Lord, save us! We're going to drown!" He replied, "You of little faith, why are you so afraid?" Then he got up and rebuked the winds and the waves, and it was completely calm. Matthew 8:24-26

    Jenny-girl, I know you're afraid. I am too. And Jesus knows you're afraid. I can almost hear Him say "why are you so afraid?" in the most gentle and loving tones. When the wind howls, He loves you. When it's calm, He loves you. I'm as sure of this as I am of anything. Cling to the knowledge that He loves you, He sees you, He hears you and is right there with you. I know I'll be clinging to it for you, as I pray for you. Love you, my dear girl.

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  11. Will be praying for you all....

    Sandyn

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  12. I'm with you and your familiy and the other people in your town and I pray for you.

    Greetings Juliane

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  13. Stay safe Jenny! We're praying for you and your family and everyone else affected by this terrible storm!

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  14. I will pray for all us...
    A Kiss from Italy

    IN BOCCA AL LUPO A TUTTI VOI!!!!

    Brunella

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  15. OMG, dear Jenny !
    I'm in heartful thoughts and prayers for you and your friends.
    May God be with you all and protect you...
    PLEASE, if possible, let us know as soon as you can.

    XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO and more
    BIG BIG (((HUGS)))

    NADINE

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  16. Be safe and know that all good thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. God bless all of you.

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  17. What a pretty house Jenny, I love those windows. Not something I have seen in the states. We will be keeping you and those in Australia in our prayers.

    1000 ml of rain does that equal 40 inches? If so that is crazy! Be safe!

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  18. Prayers are with you and your family Stay safe .

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  19. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  20. Stay safe. I can't believe all the rain that areas of Australia had and the flooding and now this. I hope that the storm isn't as bad as predicted and hope to hear that all is well.

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  21. Oh, the news are so worrying! Even here in Sweden we have had lots of info on Yasi.
    Wish you could leave for a safer area. Anyway, bunker up on fresh water, and get batteries for flashlight.
    Thinking of you, hope to hear from you as the cyclone leaves, hopefully without any greater damage.

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  22. Take care my prayers are with you all.

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  23. Hi Jenny, We are certainly praying for you. My daughter is in Townsville and my Ex husband in Cairns so we are certainly concerned. I was thinking about you too and will hope that all are ok.

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  24. Stay safe Reynolds family and Friends. Hoping everyone gets through this with as little damage as possible. I will be holding my breath til we hear from you again. Lots of love & hugs.

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  25. I am praying for you and your family. If there is anything you might need you can email me and I will gladly send it to you.

    A blog friend from the States,
    Catherine

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  26. Oh Jenny, I am praying here in the States for you and your family. And all the other people in the wake of this terrible storm. Please let us know as soon as is possible that you are fine.
    Maria

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  27. I had no idea it had now been upgraded to category 5. It's times like these I wish I did pray. Thinking of you all up there and sending as many good vibes your way that I possibly can.

    xx

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  28. Thinking of you Jenny. Take care.

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  29. May you and your family stay safe !

    Luv...Ann J

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  30. Prayers for your whole area. I can only imagine how scary this is. We've been through hurricanes even in N. Louisiana, but nothing like the gulf coast, and your country has suffered so much. I hope you all can stay safe as possible.

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  31. Mother Nature is being quite harsh to Australia this year. Be safe. Looking forward to hearing good news from you soon.

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  32. You are in my thoughts Jen......keep safe...Peg xx

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  33. Jeny hope that you and your family and friends will all be OK, thinking and praying for you all up there in FNQ. Kathy xx

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  34. Hi Jenny,
    Keeping you and your family and those in the cyclone's path in prayer.

    hugz
    Pam

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  35. Hi Jenny, you & your family are in my thoughts & prayers. I'm praying for all in FNQ as well. Hugs,

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  36. Our God is faithful, Jenny! I am praying that your knowledge of His mighty presence will deepen over the course of this trial and that His hand will sustain you in ways that will leave you testifying to His greatness.

    Let Psalm 121 minister to you! Big Hugs from far away. Rana

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  37. Jenny, hoping again that you and yours and the others in the line of the cyclone remain safe.

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  38. Thoughts and prayers for you, your family, and your town.

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  39. Oh Jenny I know this can be so frightening. We have hurricanes here where we live so I understand your concerns. Praying the Lord will protect you and your family from this monster of a storm.

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  40. You're in my thoughts. How much more can Queensland take??? My daughter spent a year there near Toowoomba 15 yr. ago - she can't believe what has happened. Thinking of all the families there..... keep safe.

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  41. You're in my thoughts. How much more can Queensland take??? My daughter spent a year there near Toowoomba 15 yr. ago - she can't believe what has happened. Thinking of all the families there..... keep safe.

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  42. Hope you and your family manage to stay safe. Keeping you and everyone in the area in my thoughts. Celine

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  43. Will definitely keep you and your friends, family and neighbors in our thoughts and prayers. God's mighty blessings on each of you.

    Love & Hugs,
    Lani

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  44. I will be sending all the prayers I can...stay safe hugs

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  45. I'll be keeping you in my prayers.

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  46. Dear Jenny,
    I'm so sorry you, your family and everyone else has to go through something so frightening. I'll keep you in my thoughts. Keep safe.

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  47. You are in our hearts and prayers. I wish you and your family all the best.
    Hugs,
    carla louise
    www.ohsewaddicted.com

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  48. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your little town, Jenny. Please let us know as soon as you can how you fared. Hugs, Karen

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  49. Praying Jenny. I am also frightened for you and your family. I also know who holds you in the palm of HIS hand. I will anxiously be awaiting news that you made it through the storm.

    Robin in New Jersey, USA

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  50. Will continue to think of you during this dreadful event. I hope you and your family are able to stay safe.

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  51. I am thinking of you and hoping for your safety. We are having a blizzard here, but noghint as bad as what you are possibly in for.

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  52. I meant "nothing" as bad as what you could be in for. Sorry.

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  53. Jenny I most certainly will pray for you & your family along with everyone else who will be affected by this God Bless you!!

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  54. Sounds like you have Prepared well...
    Stay Safe Reynolds Family ...
    will be keeping a close eye on things from here...
    Thinking of you all today..
    God Bless Jenny.

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  55. Sounds like you have Prepared well...
    Stay Safe Reynolds Family ...
    will be keeping a close eye on things from here...
    Thinking of you all today..
    God Bless Jenny.

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  56. Chris said...

    Hi Jenny

    We are all worried about you over this side of the ditch...Wellington...NZ
    Watching and listening to all the news bulletins on TV & radio....
    Had realtives in Brisbane who faired ok in the flooding....

    But this storm is a real worry....
    Our thoughts are with you and the people in the area at this time...

    Kia Haha...Stay Strong

    Kind regards to all
    Chris NZ

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  57. Will be watching closely, Jenny, God Bless you and keep you safe.
    Hugs
    Ruth

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  58. Jenny, You have been prayed for. And I will continue to lift you up in prayer. I am asking, with faith, for our heavenly Father to spare you all from such devastation. He has created this earth and he can control it's storms! You are cupped in his hands, in his protection.
    Blessings

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  59. Jenny, Prayers for your family and everyone in the area that will be affected. "Hunker Down" in a windowless room if possible, or under the matteress in the bath tub. I was from south Florida were we had many hurricanes while out in the ocean they were a #5 but hit as #3 or #4's on land so hoping that will be the case with you. Post as soon as you can. Hugs to all. Marie

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  60. Hi Jenny,
    I will be thinking of you and wishing you well. Stay safe and well.
    Hugs, Sharon

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  61. Jenny, as you are preparing for a cyclone, we here in the Midwest US are in the grips of a blizzard. We are housebound with cancellations and closings everywhere.

    My heart breaks for you, and for everyone who has been bearing the worst that Mother Nature can throw at Queensland. Please know you are being prayed for. May God, in His great power and wisdom, diminish the strength of Cyclone Yasi.

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  62. Hugs and prayers winging their way to you and your loved ones.

    Be safe

    SheilaC

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  63. Hi Jenny. Take strength from all your friends who are with you in prayer and thoughts.
    We are hoping above all else that everyone stays safe.
    God bless.
    Hugs.

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  64. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I am in Ohio, USA and we are in the midst of a blizzard. Incredible weather around the world. Be safe!

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  65. Thinking of you here in NZ and hoping you and yours stay safe. I too cannot imagine what 1000 mls of rain would be like.

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  66. Jenny, That sounds so frightening to read about. Our thoughts and prayers are with you,your family and friends in harms way.
    stay safe.
    hugs,Faye

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  67. Jenny un abrazo y que Dios te bendiga a vos y a la gente de tu ciudad
    besos

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  68. Jenny, you will all be in my prayers in the coming hours and days weathering this storm. I lived on the coast for years and weathered many a hurricane so know how scary they can be but a Category 5 is no small cyclone. Be safe and God bless you all.

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  69. I have been watching all the news from Queensland for weeks now. I will pray for all of you. God keep all of you.

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  70. I think Allie has said it all, but I will add my prayers Jenny.

    Sweet Hugs,

    Billie

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  71. So sorry to hear you will be affected by this Jenny, we will remember you at Candlemas Mass tonight. Stay safe, God bless!

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  72. Jenny, we're praying for you, your family and everybody in the path of the cyclone to be safe and remain unharmed. Please let us know how you're doing when the storm is over. Blessings

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  73. Jenny...you are such a sweetheart...I pray that nothing bad comes your way. My prayers include you and your family.... and the townsfolk who are going through this with you. God bless you all.

    Friends,
    Susannah

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  74. Will be thinking of you, your family and your community at this time. Good luck to you.

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  75. My prayers are with you and yours Jenny.

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  76. God bless you and your family and everyone affected by Yasi.
    Stay safe and hope to hear from you soon.

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  77. Will certainly be praying for you, your family, and all in the line of the cyclone. May you be safe and protected. Will be checking the news reports. Take care. Nola

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  78. From: Carmen and John in Prescott, AZ USA

    Psalms 91:1 (NASB) He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High Will abide
    in the shadow of the Almighty.
    Psalms 91:2 (NASB) I will say to the LORD, "My refuge and my fortress, My
    God, in whom I trust!"
    Psalms 91:3 (NASB) For it is He who delivers you from the snare of the
    trapper, And from the deadly pestilence.
    Psalms 91:4 (NASB) He will cover you with His pinions, And under His wings
    you may seek refuge; His faithfulness is a shield and bulwark.
    Psalms 91:5 (NASB) You will not be afraid of the terror by night, Or of the
    arrow that flies by day;
    Psalms 91:6 (NASB) Of the pestilence that stalks in darkness, Or of the
    destruction that lays waste at noon.
    Psalms 91:7 (NASB) A thousand may fall at your side, And ten thousand at
    your right hand; But it shall not approach you.
    Psalms 91:8 (NASB) You will only look on with your eyes, And see the
    recompense of the wicked.
    Psalms 91:9 (NASB) For you have made the LORD, my refuge, Even the Most
    High, your dwelling place.
    Psalms 91:10 (NASB) No evil will befall you, Nor will any plague come near
    your tent.
    Psalms 91:11 (NASB) For He will give His angels charge concerning you, To
    guard you in all your ways.
    Psalms 91:12 (NASB) They will bear you up in their hands, Lest you strike
    your foot against a stone.
    Psalms 91:13 (NASB) You will tread upon the lion and cobra, The young lion
    and the serpent you will trample down.
    Psalms 91:14 (NASB) "Because he has loved Me, therefore I will deliver him;
    I will set him securely on high, because he has known My name.
    Psalms 91:15 (NASB) "He will call upon Me, and I will answer him; I will be
    with him in trouble; I will rescue him, and honor him.
    Psalms 91:16 (NASB) "With a long life I will satisfy him, And let him behold
    My salvation."

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  79. Prays and thoughts are with you all

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  80. Jenny, I'm keeping you all close in fervent prayer for the Lord's Peace to enfold you and for your safe keeping through this storm. God Bless and Keep, Love and Hugs, Nancy

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  81. Jenny, many angel blessings and hugs to you, your family, friends and all those in the areas that will be affected. May there be some divine intervention for you all. Thinking of you.

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  82. Hope you all stay safe during the storm Jenny. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by the cyclone. Stay strong and safe......Janette

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  83. Thinking of you...stay safe..hugs..LindaB (Vic)

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  84. Jenny - 90 comments and 90 prayers are thinking of you all up there. Hold tight and pray - that's simply all you can do! Take care my friend. We hope to hear good news from you soon. Love and hugs and prayers to you, your family and all your friends. "I lift up my eyes to the mountains from where my help comes from. My help comes from the Lord". Put your trust in Him. xx

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  85. May you all stay safe,I'm sure God will be with you. Take care, Clara.

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  86. Oh Jenny, I am so scared! I can remember only 5 years ago how devastating Cyclone Larry was. This storm - one of the largest in the world in the last 100 years - is stronger than that. I am scared. Really scared. Not of the storm itself, but the things we will have to deal with afterward. We here are so blessed we are out of harms way - just. Praying for all of you!

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  87. You are all in my thoughts ... stay safe!

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  88. Hi Jenny,

    There's lots of us down here praying for you all.

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  89. Jenny, our prayers are definitely with you. Try to have faith . Keep us posted when you can :)
    Yvonne

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  90. Jenny hold on to faith, fear not,the Lord promised that no weapon formed against you shall prosper,and you are precious to Him!
    You are in my prayers May the peace of God that surpasses all understanding comfort your heart and mind through Christ Jesus.

    Blessings
    Bianca

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  91. You know...I complain nearly everyday about the cold temp here in northern Alberta (lately minus 22 to minus 30) however I know that we are also lucky to not be in your area of the world at this time. We are watching avidly and praying that you come out of this safely!! My very best heartfelt wishes for the safety of you and your family and neighbours.

    quilty hugs, Debbie from Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada

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  92. Jenny, sending much love and wishing you and your family nothing but safety at this terrifying time for you all.
    God bless

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  93. Stay safe and do not get blown away please. In the safety of The Netherlands I will be thinking of you, your loved ones and all the other people affected by this storm. I will burn a candle for your.

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  94. thinking of you in Hungary!
    Kristina

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  95. I will pray for you. I hope you will be safe and also your friends. Love Heleen

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  96. I don't believe in God, but I'll pray for you. I hope you and your family keep safe.

    hugs

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  97. Thinking of you and praying all of you in your little town are safe this evening. Our thoughts will be with you throughout the night. Regards Dianne.

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  98. Thinking of you and yours, Jenny. Take care. Give us news, asap !
    Hugs from France,
    Sylvie.

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  99. Jenny,my thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. Hope you all come through this with as little damage as possible.

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  100. I have some friends to Ingham, I pray for all you.
    God bless you all.

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  101. Hy Jenny,

    You are all in my thoughts,
    stay safe,

    prayers to you,

    don´t be afraid,
    because we trust in god, don´t we!!

    Love and hugs

    blessings

    Jutta

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  102. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.
    Stay safe Jenny!

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  103. I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed that you and your family, and my brother and his family in Townsville, and indeed everyone in the path of Yasi, come through safely. I spoke to my brother early this evening and he seemed quite calm and well-prepared; I do hope so.

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  104. Jenny, you are all in our thoughts and prayers as the cyclone approaches. Stay safe.

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  105. I hope you and your family and all the other people stay safe! We have heard about this terrible cyclone here in Germany and we are appalled!
    Hugs Kerstin

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  106. Prayers for you from the USA - MI -

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  107. Stay as safe as you can....My thoughts and prayers are with you...

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  108. I pray for you all.
    Take care.

    Elisabeth

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  109. We are praying Jenny, God's ears should be sick of hearing my voice by now.

    Try to keep calm & keep breathing.

    God be with you.
    Debra

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  110. Ich habe durch den Blog von Juliane "FAdenwirkerin" hierher gefunden. Du hast so ein schönes Blog und machst so wundervolle Dinge. Nun brennt auch bei mir eine Kerze und ich hoffe und bete für Euch.
    GlG Bernstein

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  111. Jenny, thinking of you and your family an everyone in that area!
    Hope, everyone stays safe ...
    Alva

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  112. I am praying! It sounds bad with the cyclone and the rain.

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  113. Think of you and your family. I'll follow the news.

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  114. I will think of you and all other Astralian. Pleas let us know as soon as possible if you are safe.

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  115. Dear Jenny, I just got introduced to your blog over the shabby-roses-quilt. I like this side very much and how lovely all your work is.

    Luckily I never had to come in direct contact with massive nature catastrophy so I can hardly imagine what hat means for you all. But I will ligth up a candle and wish you the very best.

    Julia from Germany

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  116. Praying for you and your family.

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  117. My Dear Jenny,
    I am praying for you. I stayed up and really prayed last night. I remember the hurricanes that headed toward us in Florida. May God simply give you peace and know I will be praying today. I love you Jenny girl!

    Love,
    Donna Godfrey

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  118. Dear Jenny my heart goes out to all those in your area and I will pray for the safety of everyone , please take care and know that we are all thinking and praying for you . God Bless ,Sheila

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  119. Best wishes for you all there -
    I`m praying for you!
    Greetings from Germany
    Christine

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  120. I am watching the news and checking the link you posted here. The cyclone is hitting you right now and prayers are going up.

    Keep them safe, dear Lord.

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  121. Jenny, I feel so helpless. The thoughts of you facing this brings tears to my eyes. You, and all of Queensland, are in my thoughts. I hope that with the ample warning, preparations will save lives. As devastating as it will be, material possessions can be replaced. Stay safe, sweet Jenny.

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  122. Dearest Jenny,

    You are constantly in my prayers, and you and your country are on prayer lists of churches across America. You are being held continuously before the Lord.

    You've been given many precious scriptures--stand fast on them. One of my favorites that I go to time and time again is Psalm 46. It begins with:

    "God is my refuge and strength, a VERY PRESENT help in trouble. Therefore I WILL NOT FEAR, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried away to the very midst of the sea."

    Later, in verse 10, we're told, "Be still, and know that I AM GOD." Be still, Jenny. God is in Queensland. God is in your home, in your inner room. Know that He is there. Be still and see the wondrous salvation of your Lord.

    I will also be still, and wait to hear of the wondrous salvation He has for you and your precious family.

    Dot

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  123. Bin in Gedanken bei Euch und werde beten.
    Liebe Grüße
    Anneliese

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  124. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    I would be scared too. Watching about the cyclone now.
    May your family and you stay safe.
    Hugs
    Maria

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  125. Dear Jenny, thinking and praying for you, your family, your friends and your pets.
    Greetings Sylke

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  126. Jenny, I will be praying for you, your family and town. I have experience with Hurricanes and can say they are no fun!

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  127. Here in Wisconsin we are in the middle of a blizzard, which now seems minor compared to what you are going through. By the link you provided to track the storm it looks like the cyclone has made landfall. I am praying right now for the safety of you and your family and the wonderful people of Queensland. God bless you all!

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  128. Jenny, I will be praying that all of you are safe. Colleen

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  129. Oh Jenny, how much more will be thrown at Queensland? I will keep you, and everybody there, in my prayers and watch out for news of Yasi's progress. I hope you keep safe. Massive hugs, Lis x

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  130. Hi Jenny:

    I'm fron Alberta Canada and cannot fathom what your country has been through or will go through in the next day or so. My prayers and good thoughts are with all of Queensland and I have a son in New South Wales in Byron Bay so I have concerns also for him.
    Love & Light
    Rhonda

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  131. Prayers for you and your community from the Morgan clan.

    God is with you.

    Love from Houston,TX USA

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  132. You will be in my thoughts and prayers - may you be surrounded with His peace through the storm. I care!

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  133. Dios escuchará nuestras oraciones y los mantendrá a salvo. Seguiremos orando hasta tener nuevas noticias... Un fuerte abrazo desde Venezuela.

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  134. Praying for you and yours in Queensland from
    New Brunswick, Canada

    Stay safe.

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  135. Keeping your family and all affected in my thoughts and prayers.

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  136. Thinking of you and your family Jenny.

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  137. Hi sweet Jenny

    I'm Crying with big sooping dog eyes here in Dk, and really really REALLY hope that you get out in the other end VERY safe and sound.
    Hugs og mountain high kisses to YOU ALL.

    ♥♥♥♥♥ from Lone
    In Denmark

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  138. dear Jenny,
    this are really scary news, I saw pictures on TV
    I'll keep you and the people in your region in my prayers
    loving hugs Brigitte

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  139. Vou estar orando por você, sua familia e pelos moradores da cidade.
    Fique com Deus!
    Hugs

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  140. Dear Jenny ~ May God be with you and all of Australia in the path of the hurricane. You will stay in my prayers until we know you are safe.

    Kaua`i is no stranger to the destruction of hurricanes, so I know how frightened you must be. I hope you had the time to cover your louvered windows with plywood.

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  141. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and all those people in northern Qld.

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  142. More thoughts and prayers for you and yours.

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  143. NWill keep you, your family and others in your town in your prayers.

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  144. Jenny,
    The winds are howling all around as that storm passes by...Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow and death, I will fear no evil, for thou art with me...The Lord is with you and all of the world...May you find strength in his word...
    Prayerfully ...
    hugz
    Pam

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  145. Hope you came thru that cyclone ok. I have quite a few relatives living in Townsville.

    Can I ask how did you get that lovely font?

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  146. Jenny, I am scared just reading your post,keep safe I will be thinking of you all and praying that you are o.k
    Love and prayers Jillx

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  147. You have been in my thougts and prayers over the last 24 hours. So glad to hear on ATGT that you weathered the storm ok. My bridesmaid her hubby & 4 month old are up there too so it was a sleepless night here. They too are safe. I pray you are not to affected by the flooding rains.
    Jodi

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  148. Dear Jenny,
    you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers!!!
    Hugs from Martina

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  149. Dear Jenny, You and all of you out there are in our thoughts and prayers. Be brave and have faith.
    Everything will surely be fine.

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  150. OMG, I'm keeping my fingers crossed that everything will be OK with you and your family. I live in Florida so I know the fear......
    Most of us have stormshutters to help...............hope to hear from you real soon, and that the weather turned out a lot less bad than they predicted.......

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  151. Let us know, Jenny! I've heard the news about the fact that everything's gone ok, the cyclone has gone away. Hope you alla are ok. Hugs, Clara.

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  152. So hope you are well and without too much damage. I watched the cyclone from here in the UK via computer.

    What an awful time Australia is having lately.

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