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    Active Tornado Day Forecasted...

    ... and it looks like it's already started. According to the Weather Channel, we're in Tornado index "6" zone, just east of the worst of it. Planning to have the family sleep in the basement den tonight.

    Y'all be careful out there. Watch and pray.
    "Ignorance of the nature and design of the law is at the bottom of most religious mistakes." --John Newton

    Timothy
    Member, PCA
    Kingsport, TN

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    A weather radio alert system is a prudent investment if you live anywhere in the midwest or southeast. We can also get the warnings via our sheriff's department via cell phone. Twice I've been in tornado systems that struck in the middle of the night.
    JWithnell
    Member Bethel OPC
    Virginia
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    We're inside of the danger zone. There isn't a bad storm for us yet though.

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    Had a little hail here this morning, the schools closed early, but okay so far.
    Anna
    Wife of Tim/Marrow Man
    Mother of Grace Cameron
    Louisville, KY
    Member of Midlane Park Presbyterian (Associate Reformed Presbyterian)


    He who does not hate the false does not love the true ~ Spurgeon

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    News report is saying that the town of Marysville near Louisville KY is "completely gone."
    "Ignorance of the nature and design of the law is at the bottom of most religious mistakes." --John Newton

    Timothy
    Member, PCA
    Kingsport, TN

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    Praying for all of you.
    Curt Lovelace
    Director, Lifework Forum
    Somewhere in New England, USA

    Attending Limington OPC, Limington ME

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    Fortunately we fared okay in Owensboro. There was some structural damage from the high winds and a small tornado, but other areas were hit harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AThornquist View Post
    Fortunately we fared okay in Owensboro. There was some structural damage from the high winds and a small tornado, but other areas were hit harder.
    I just finished praying you you all in Owensboro as our local news mentioned the town by name. My four year old, Isabelle, was worried about Pastor Sam, who made an indelible mark on her when we had lunch at his home.
    Kipp Soncek
    Pastor/Elder
    Bethel Baptist Church
    Illinois


    But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light--1 Peter 2:9
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    Scary reports coming out of Clarksville, IN, just across the river from Louisville---all they're saying is that a high school is involved. Our private schools closed early, but not the public ones (which dismiss later, plus we still have forced/integrated busing so many kids don't get home until around five).
    Anna
    Wife of Tim/Marrow Man
    Mother of Grace Cameron
    Louisville, KY
    Member of Midlane Park Presbyterian (Associate Reformed Presbyterian)


    He who does not hate the false does not love the true ~ Spurgeon

    Updates on Gracie: http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/gracephillips2010

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