Anorak News | The Madeleine McCann Christian Prayer Circle Says God Took Her

The Madeleine McCann Christian Prayer Circle Says God Took Her

by | 23rd, September 2008

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CHRISTIANITY TODAY: “Christians pray for missing Madeleine”

Christians around the world joined in prayer on Friday for the safe return of missing Madeleine McCann and the release of all children held by criminal networks.

Do the Christians know what happened to Madeleine, then?

The worldwide day of prayer was organised by the Madeleine Prayer Circle.

Join hands…

The group’s John Wearne says:

“We feel that the battle is spiritual and by going through prayer that God will listen to the cries of His people and that this will sway the spiritual balance in Madeleine’s favour.”

Demons took her?

“Everything is done through God and there is total belief that one day Madeleine will one day come home. God may have a greater plan for others and may well be using Madeleine in that plan. We petition God always for His will to be done and ask that Madeleine be brought home.”

So it was God that took Madeleine?

IRISH INDEPENDENT: “Family seeking closure as search resumes for Fiona”

THE mother of missing woman Fiona Pender has only only wish: to lay her daughter to rest alongside her late father and brother.

Sad stuff. Go on:

Ms Pender was eight months pregnant when she went missing on the morning of August 23, 1996. Twelve years after her disappearance, gardai are still trying to find her body.

Such are the facts. And our Maddie?

Officers have told Mrs Pender that a top investigator, who was involved in the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, is working alongside gardai.

Now, there’s a comfort. There might be a book in this, after all. It’s Ireland’s Maddie, no?

STUFF (NZ): “Top 10 TV picks: September 23-29”

Anything good on?

Sunday Theatre: Torn: Child abduction drama that could have been torn from the headlines of the Madeleine McCann case – but then fast-forwards 12 years to the mother thinking she’s seen her missing daughter. Coronation Street’s Bradley Walsh (Danny Baldwin) stars. Part one of two.

Fact and fiction. A super-fiction. Now that’s entertainment…

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