In what Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is calling a “callous terrorist attack—one of the worst ever in British history—a suicide bomber struck at an Arianna Grade concert on Monday night. The attack left 22 dead—including children—and 59 injured.
This is not only a tragedy that goes down in the nations’ history as one of the worst attacks every—it has also wreaked havoc on the nation’s political process. General election campaigning has been suspended.
May acknowledged the difficulty of the days ahead after the “sickening cowardice” and vowed Britain’s “spirit would never be broken… terrorists would never win and our way of life would always prevail.”
Now is a time to grieve, but we must let our grieving lead us into travailing prayer—not shock and silence. This is another heartbreaking attack, but we must not lay down our weapons in this hour. Underground intercessors, I am calling you to rise up and pray for those who are too stunned to lift up a petition today.