For Rain, Disease, and Disaster

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Upon occasion of the want of rain.

Thou hast withholden the rain from us, and caused it to rain upon one city, and not upon another, yet have we not returned unto thee. Amos 4:7-8(KJV)

But thou hast said, When heaven is shut up that there is no rain, because we have sinned against thee; if we confess thy name and turn from our sins, thou wilt hear from heaven and forgive our sin and give rain upon our land. 1 Kings 8:35-36(KJV)

We ask thee for the former and latter rain, and depend upon thee for it; Joel 2:23(KJV) for there are not any of the vanities of the heathen that can give rain, nor can the heavens give showers, but we wait on thee, for thou hast made all these things. Jeremiah 14:22(KJV)

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Upon occasion of excessive rain.

Let the rain thou sendest be in mercy to our land and not for correction, Job 37:13(KJV) not a sweeping rain, which leaveth no food. Proverbs 28:3(KJV)

Thou hast sworn that the waters of Noah shall no more return to cover the earth; Isaiah 54:9(KJV) let fair weather therefore come out of the north, for with thee is terrible majesty. Job 37:22(KJV)

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Upon occasion of infectious diseases.

Take sickness away from the midst of us, Exodus 23:25(KJV) and deliver us from the noisome pestilence. Psalm 91:3(KJV)

Appoint the destroying angel to put up his sword into his sheath and to stay his hand. 2 Samuel 24:16(KJV)

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Upon occasion of fire.

Thou callest to contend by fire, Amos 7:4(KJV) we bewail the burning which the Lord hath kindled; Leviticus 10:6(KJV) O Lord God, cease, we beseech thee, Amos 7:5-6(KJV) and let the fire be quenched, as that kindled in Israel was at the prayer of Moses. Numbers 11:2(KJV)

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Upon occasion of great storms.

Lord, thou hast the wind in thy hands Proverbs 30:4(KJV) and bringest them out of thy treasuries, Psalm 135:7(KJV) even stormy winds fulfil thy word. Psalm 148:8(KJV) O preserve us and our habitations, that we be not buried in the ruins of them as Job’s children were. Job 1:19(KJV)

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