Largest Non-Dating Christian Social Network to Offer Continuous Prayers to Determine Missing Malaysian Airlines Fate

God's Faith Book invites people of all faiths to join them in non-stop prayer session for missing Malaysian Airline passengers.

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Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) March 27, 2014

Claiming that the Almighty’s technology is more powerful than anything created by man, God’s Faithbook is seeking divine intervention in behalf of the passengers and families to end the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Stating that, “The suffering has got to stop,” a senior spokesperson for God’s Faithbook, went on to say, “We are asking all of our thousands of members plus non-Christians as well, to come visit our site (http://www.godsfaithbook.com) for a massive prayer to end this mystery. We are seeking peace of mind and closure for families and friends of the missing.”

He added, “That we must all remember, God’s vision is not obscured by fog and mist. It is not altered by wind or rain. It is not hindered by angry seas. There is no mystery in our universe dark enough, beguiling enough, or hateful enough to hide from his piercing vision.”

The spokesperson went on to say, “The prayer session has begun and will continue until it has been generally concluded that prayers have been answered. He further stated, “Our designated chapel will be open continuously. Anyone can visit at anytime. You can leave your prayer to be shared with others, or just ask it silently. The Lord will hear you.”

God’s Faith Book has a worldwide following and is considered by leading social network observers as the largest, most respected, most powerful non-dating Christian site in existence. They have functioned as a place where serious believers can go to extend and even practice their reverence beyond the church. Everyone is invited to visit God’s Faithbook at http://www.godsfaithbook.com.

NOTE: On March 26th, 2014, as reported by CNN News ( http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/27/world/asia/malaysia-flight-370-objects/index.html?hpt=hp_t1), the Malaysian government has confirmed that a large field of debris has been located on or near the possible flight path of the missing airplane. The God’s Faithbook spokesperson refused to confirm that the prayers of the many may have already begun to be answered.


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