On Wednesday, November 7, we lost four brave Americans in Afghanistan – Staff Sergeant Ryan C. Miller, Staff Sergeant Dustin M. Wright, Sgt. 1st Class Jeremiah W. Johnson, and Spc. Justin R. Matthews. These men were serving their country and they died while carrying out their mission. We owe them everything, and our thoughts and prayers are with their families and friends during this difficult time.
Prayer for our soldiers in Afghanistan
Dear God, we ask You to keep our soldiers in Afghanistan safe and protected. We know that they are putting their lives on the line for us and we ask that You will protect them always. Please help them overcome any challenges that they may face and bring them back home to their families soon. In Your name we pray, Amen.
Prayer for peace in Afghanistan
Prayers are being said all over the United States for our brave soldiers fighting in Afghanistan. Sending thoughts and prayers to them and their families during this difficult time.
We ask that you join us in praying for peace in Afghanistan. Lord, grant your peace and strength to our troops as they fight against the Taliban and other enemies of your kingdom. Protect them from harm, and may they return home safely soon. Amen.
Prayer for protection from harm in Afghanistan
We come to you in prayer for the safety and protection of our soldiers currently serving in Afghanistan. We ask that you watch over them as they carry out their dangerous work, shielding them from harm and allowing them to return home safely and soon.
We thank you for your presence and protection during this time, and we ask that you continue to keep all of our soldiers safe and healthy. In your name we pray. Amen.
We all want our soldiers in Afghanistan to come home safely, and we appreciate the sacrifices they are making.
Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Prayer is Powerful
Prayer is powerful. It can change the course of our lives, and it can change the course of history.
When we pray for our soldiers in Afghanistan, we are not just saying a few words; we are saying everything that is inside of us. We are telling our loved ones who are away from us that we care about them, that we are with them in spirit, and that we want them to come home safely.
We are also telling these brave men and women that we believe in them. We know that they can do anything they set their minds to, no matter how difficult the task may seem.
Please join us in prayer for our soldiers in Afghanistan. Know that you are not alone, and that your prayers are being heard.
Pray for Our Soldiers in Afghanistan
We come to you in prayer for our brave soldiers who are serving in Afghanistan. We ask that you protect them and give them strength as they fight on behalf of your kingdom.
Please also strengthen their families back home and keep them safe. We know that they are putting their lives on the line for us, and we want to do whatever we can to help them return home safe and sound.
In Jesus’ name we pray, amen.
Ask God for Their Protection
Please keep our troops in Afghanistan safe. Grant them strength and courage as they wage war against the Taliban. Protect them from harm, and give them peace and hope in times of trial.
Give Thanks for Their Service
When we see images or hear reports from our troops in Afghanistan, it is hard not to feel the sadness and worry for their safety.
However, we also need to remember that these servicemen and women are risking their lives for our freedom. We owe them a debt of gratitude for their service and should pray for them every day.
Here are a few prayers that can be said for our troops in Afghanistan:
Grant them safety and strength as they fight on your behalf.
Please keep them safe from harm and bring them back to us safely soon.
Enable them to face danger with courage and righteousness, in order to protect us all.
We all have our own way of working through difficult times, and for many people that includes turning to prayer. Whether we are personally close to someone fighting in Afghanistan or not, we can all feel the impact of their deployment on our daily lives. As we continue to pray for them and their safety, let us also remember to thank God for the brave men and women who serve in this important role.