It takes more than bullets and bombs to win a war, residents said in Chatsworth, GA.
"Prayer is the greatest weapon we’ve got," said Frank Lloyd of Chatsworth at a prayer service at First Baptist Church. "This war’s not going to be won on military might. It’s going to be won on the prayers of the people of this country."
"God is greater than a gun," agreed Clay Layfield, associate pastor of First Baptist.
"If all we depend on is duct tape and plastic, we’re in a mess," said the Rev. Donald Cantrell, pastor of Cool Springs Baptist Church. "I can’t go over there and fight that war, but I can pray right here."
SOURCE: "Iraqi Freedom: Murray residents use prayer as as weapon." Matthew Lakin, The Daily Citizen March 21, 2003.
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