Weeping with those who weep in Manchester tonight. No words…only tears & prayers.
— Steven Chapman (@StevenCurtis) May 23, 2017
Totally sickened by last nights terrorist attack in Manchester. A city that has been responsible for so much creativity over the years attacked at the very heart of it’s musical freedom. Praying today for all the families involved in this tragedy, praying for the medics and support services, praying for the peacemaking Muslim community that you would feel loved. Praying for all the artists around the world that we would not retreat from bringing people joy through our art. The devil knows that at the chore of music there is healing. People, Please don’t stop singing for our lives and city’s depend on it. ❤️
Currently in the South of England, enjoying the natural beauty with my family, while at the same time trying to process the tragedy that happened just north of us last night. Such ugliness against a backdrop of beauty. Hard to process the beauty and the pain side by side, the way we often find them in this life. Our hearts are with you Manchester. #prayformanchester #switchfoot 🇬🇧
Manchester we love you!! You have an amazing story of strength, creativity and perseverance! Don’t let the darkness and evil of last night steal your hope. We are praying and mourning with you tonight. “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it.” John 1:5 #prayformanchester
I am deeply saddened by the tragedy in Manchester. Praying that the King of comfort will overwhelm you this day and in the days ahead.
— Michael W. Smith (@michaelwsmith) May 23, 2017
Praying for Manchester. 🙏🏼
— Natalie Grant (@NatalieGrant) May 23, 2017
😔❤️🙏🏽 #Repost @sarahjakesroberts ・・・ One minute you can be laughing until your stomach hurts and the next you can be so heartbroken you can’t even catch your breath. With one call, one headline, one split-second accident, or disappointing report and life as you know it can change. The goal of terrorism is to invoke fear. Fear tells us to look out for the worst possible outcome. Fear demands that we chain our hope until we view life through the lens of what could possibly hurt us. The only way we counteract that fear is when we live to love. I’ve never been to Manchester but my love and prayers are reaching over the pond. Today thousands of lives were changed. Among the many battles they will have to face is choosing to maintain love and joy after inexplicable trauma. They will need to be reminded that love is a greater power than fear. You may not be in Manchester, but you can change your corner of the world until it echoes throughout the earth. We’re all connected. Your hurt is my wound and therefore my healing has the power to be your breakthrough. Now, more than ever, we need your love to flow. My thoughts and prayers are with the souls grieving tonight. When the gravity of fear invoked by a few begin to pull them down may they feel the love of millions lifting them up.
We are so sad to hear about the tragedy in Manchester. Words cannot even express. Our prayers are with you! #PrayForManchester
— Kutless (@kutless) May 23, 2017