Prayer For Hurricane Protection
Oh God, our Rock, You are our shelter when storms come our way. We are secure, no matter what news we hear of danger. You are our rock and our defense. We will not be alarmed or fearful. When the wind rages around us, we have our safe retreat in You. You alone are our refuge, be ever near us, we pray. Keep us safe through this time. Amen.
Heavenly Father, in the strong name of Jesus and in the powerful place of agreement we pray a hedge of protection for those in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
We ask that you protect them, their families, property and possessions from mighty winds, strong rains and surging waves.
We pray protection and effectiveness for first responders with emergency preparedness.
We know that our faith can move mountains and quiet fears
We rejoice that those who lose electricity will never lose the power of God guiding them.
We ask You, Heavenly Father, to dispatch angels to care for and protect all in the path of danger.
Finally, we ask for the peace of God comfort and strengthen everyone.
In the strong name of Jesus. . .we pray. . .Amen.
all the elements of nature obey your command.
Calm the storms and hurricanes that threaten us
and turn our fear of your power into praise of your goodness.
Grant this through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son,
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, forever and ever.
Our Father in Heaven,
through the intercession of Our Lady of Prompt Succor,
spare us during this hurricane season
from all harm.
Protect us and our homes
from all disasters of nature.
Our Lady of Prompt Succor,
hasten to help us.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
O God, Master of this passing world, hear the humble voices of your children. The Sea of Galilee obeyed Your order and returned to its former quietude.
You are still the Master of land and sea. We live in the shadow of a danger over which we have no control: the Gulf, like a provoked and angry giant, can awake from its seeming lethargy, overstep its conventional boundaries, invade our land, and spread chaos and disaster.
During this hurricane season we turn to You, O loving Father. Spare us from past tragedies whose memories are still so vivid and whose wounds seem to refuse to heal with passing of time.
O Virgin, Star of the Sea, Our beloved Mother, we ask you to plead with your Son on our behalf, so that spared from the calamities common to this area and animated with a true spirit of gratitude, we will walk in the footsteps of your Divine Son to reach the heavenly Jerusalem, where a stormless eternity awaits us.
Saint Medard served as a bishop during very difficult times, and his long life of spiritual leadership created a tremendous impression on the people. Because of his patronage against bad weather, I ask him to intercede for us during this hurricane season. Protect everyone from its dangers, and protect our homes and workplaces. Lord Jesus, help the victims of hurricanes, droughts, tornadoes, earthquakes and other natural disasters. Send in more helpers and multiply the supplies that are needed for their aid. You calmed the storm on the Sea of Galilee; deliver us from the storms that are raging around us now. Saint Medard, pray for us. Amen.
Our Father in Heaven through the intercession of Our Lady of Prompt Succor, spare us during this Hurricane season from all harm. Protect us and our homes from all disasters of nature. Our Lady of Prompt Succor, hasten to help us. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Lord Jesus Christ, Creator, and Lord of the universe,
You have set the earth on its foundation
All element of nature obeys your command.
While on earth you safe your apostles from perishing in the storm by
calming the wind and wave on your command.
We humbly beseech you our precious Lord,
to protect us from the unpredictable elements of nature
keep us safe during hurricane season and give us the favorable weather.
Please help us to calm all the storms of life that threaten us:
most especially from the destruction of hurricanes,
Help us to remain safe in your refuge
And be grateful for all you have done for us.
In Jesus Name we ask,