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Friday, April 23, 2021

‘Immediate prayer’ for Hannah Smyth as next 24-72 hrs crucial

Rev John Stanbridge, the minister of Ballycastle Presbyterian, has wrote to his congregation and neighbouring churches asking them to pray for little Hanna Smyth.

Hannah was seriously injured in a accident involving a quad and tractor outside her Ballycastle home which took the life of he Mother and younger sister.

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Providing an update on Hannahs condition, Rev Stanbridge said: “Just off the phone with the Smyth family and they have asked for immediate prayer for Hannah who remains in a critical condition. Family have been told that the next 24-72hrs will be crucial.

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“Prayer for only what God can do, a miracle of healing, body and mind for Hannah. Please let’s pray, pray, pray.”

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