Prayers for Boston
On Monday afternoon, two explosions went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Local Tweets, much like those from across the country, were filled with prayer. Here's a look at prayer-related Tweets from the Columbia area.
- — Derek Murray (@DerekRMurray)Mon, Apr 15 2013 12:51:32A lot of terrible news coming out of Boston right now. Thoughts go out to all affected, hopefully we learn more soon. #BostonMarathon
- This next person has a prayer-related hashtag: #prayforboston
- Caleb Rowden, State Representative in Missouri's 44th House District, Tweeted about the power of prayer:
- — Caleb Rowden (@calebrowden44)Mon, Apr 15 2013 12:38:55Praying for those injured and for the first-responders in Boston. Pictures are horrific. Prayers may seem insignificant, but they aren't!
- Most Tweets can be summed up like this: prayers, thoughts and sorrow.
- — Lizzi Hammack (@Lizzi_Hammack)Mon, Apr 15 2013 12:52:24Thoughts & prayers for Boston and all those involved in this horrific tragedy. There are some truly terrible people in this world.
- — Bryan Tibaldi (@BryanTib11)Mon, Apr 15 2013 12:52:59Prayers out to all the Boston marathon victims & their families. Terribly sad. Sickening the measures people go to to harm one another.
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