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Oklahoma Tornado: Christian Musicians Take To Twitter And Pray For Victims Of Oklahoma Devastation

Following devastation that occurred in the Oklahoma City Area from the tornado on May 20, Christian music artists have taken to twitter to let the victims of the tragedy know that they are keeping them in their thoughts and prayers.

I have compiled a list of artists that have posted tweets expressing their concern for the victims and have mentioned keeping them in prayer:

Hawk Nelson (@hawknelson) tweeted on May 20, "Do we have any twitter followers in the OKC area? Praying for you guys."

Amy Grant (@amygrant) tweeted on May 20, "Please consider texting REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation to help those who are suffering from so much loss in OK #PrayForOklahoma"

TobyMac (@therealtobymac) tweeted on May 20, "Lifting up Oklahoma!! Heartbreaking....Lord, please meet them at their need. Great comforter, please be their refuge."

Sanctus Real (@sactusreal) tweeted simply, "#PrayforOklahoma" on May 20.

for KING & Country (4@kingandcountry) tweeted on May 20, "Jesus, you're our refuge and strength. Through devastation and desperation you're still Jesus, our refuge and strength. #prayforOk"

Brandon Heath (@brandonheath) tweeted on May 20, "Thinking about our friends in Moore, OK. Was just there and talked about how they pulled through the F5 Tornado in '99. We are with you OK."

Building 429  (@building 429) tweeted on May 20, "#pray4oklahoma #WEWONTBESHAKEN," along with a photo asking fans to pray.

Laura Story (@LauraStoryMusic) tweeted on May 20, "Praying for those affected by the tornado in OK tonight, asking God for both physical and emotional healing in the wake of this storm."

Mandisa (@mandisaofficial) tweeted on May 20, "#PrayForOklahoma The #3in1Tour was just in #MooreOK last month.  Our love & prayers go out to all affected."

Michael W. Smith (@michaelwsmith) tweeted on May 20, "My prayers are with you Oklahoma. Let the Church arise!!!!!"

Natalie Grant (@NatalieGrant) tweeted on May 20, "There are no words to describe the images coming out of Moore, OK. Lord of all, have mercy. #Pray4OK"

Sidewalk Prophets (@swprophets) tweeted on May 20, "Praying for Oklahoma and all effected by the storms passing through."

Angie Miller (@angieAI12) tweeted on May 21, "I can't believe this happened #prayforoklahoma"

Third Day (@thirdday) tweeted on May 21, "'When all my strength and hope is gone, Your love is like a rock that I am standing on.' #prayforOklahoma"

Tenth Avenue North (@tenthavenuenorth) tweeted on May 21, "'So many questions without answers, your promises remain...' Praying for OK and everyone clinging to promises today."

Kutless (@kutless) tweeted on May 21, "May the LORD bless you and keep you in perfect peace, Oklahoma! Our prayers are with you."

Pillar (@Pillarmusic) tweeted on May 21, "Our hearts and prayers go out to our fellow Oklahomans who suffered the worst kind of loss yesterday."

Citizen Way (@citizenway) tweeted on May 21, "Our prayers go out to Oklahoma. #Oklahomatornado"

Audio Adrenaline (@AudioAdrenaline) tweeted on May 21, "@ConvoyofHope s a deeply trusted Christian organization bringing much needed help to families in OK. Donate here: ‪http://convoyofhope.org/go/donate‬"

Big Daddy Weave (@bdwmusic) tweeted on May 21, "Sending thoughts and prayers to everyone in Moore, OK. The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. (Psalms 34:18 ESV)"

Matthew Wast (@matthew_west) tweeted on May 21, "Unbelievable tragedy in OK. Have met so many amazing people there in my travels over the year. Praying for everyone affected."

Steven Chapman (@StevenCurtis) tweeted on May 21, "Today we Chapman's gather where we buried our Maria's 'shell' 5 yrs ago & we weep & pray to our God of all Comfort for broken hearts in OK."

Mercy Me (@mercyme) went a step farther and posted a video on their webpage honoring in the victims of the Oklahoma tragedy and accompanied by their song, 'The Hurt & The Healer.'  Their last tweet on the subject was posted on May 22 and stated simply, "Pray for Oklahoma folks," with a link to the new video.

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