The Latest on Harvey: More Than 1000 Rescued, Many on Rooftops

White House spokesperson announces President Trump will visit Texas Tuesday. “We continue to keep all of those affected in our thoughts and prayers.”

A man walks through floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey as he evacuates his home on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017, in Houston, Texas.

By Published on August 26, 2017

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  • Hmmm…

    Harvey, you’re going to be sorry you messed with Texas. There are some fine, fine believers leading that state at multiple levels, which has been the case for an appreciable amount of time. As a result of that and the general faith-based population, it stands strong against the storms that rage. (Listen to the Mayor of Rockport’s early report as one example.) There will be many, many heart moving testimonies of people helping one another and God moving in response to their prayers and reliance on him. They’ll come back faster and stronger than typical, because Texas is not typical. Thank God for it.

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