1. I visited Puerto Rico twice and l love that island. I wish them good luck. Lots of love ❤️ from Buffalo New York

    1. @MiguelMarrero in order to have something new the old must be destroyed. History always repeats itself and I believe there is corruption that needs to be exposed and destroyed in P.R. I’ve always wanted to visit. I’ve met so many Ricans, the food is amazing as are the people and their history is also rich. I just see things from a different perspective that most others don’t. Much love from California. 💋 Everything will be okay in the end. We cannot control what life throws at us but we can control how we deal with adversity. No pressure, no diamonds.

    2. @Miguel MarreroThe amount of churches you have , or don’t have is illrelivent. We have a lot of churches, all over this world, a lot of those same churches, don’t teach the word of God.

    3. @Nameless Voice The whole world is corrupt. Satan is the ruler of this world, and the majority are following him. 2 Corinthians 4:3 and Matthew 7: 13-14

    1. Repent to Jesus Christ “Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?””
      ‭‭John‬ ‭11:25-26‬ ‭NIV‬‬

    1. @Rubbingisracing God gives, and he also takes away. We don’t know anything, not even the angels when it comes to his will.

    2. @Packo Hub No amount of money or gold can change what is being done. But if we live in the body of Jesus we will live inn eternity with him in the kingdom of heaven. Sometimes we forget because we only believe in life in the flesh, but we also have to live in the spirit of God. I get what what you’re saying, but don’t underestimate the lord almighty. He’s knowing of all things before and after it happens.

    3. @Repent and believe in Jesus Christ Get off your knees for a moment and if you want to be useful volunteer some time to help these people. Send them money, clothing, food and anything else besides useless prayers!

  2. I pray for Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 God bless them , hope tornadoes stay away from Puerto Rico please Dear God 🙏🇵🇷❤️🙏❤️🙏

  3. My Bahamian friend told me that years ago when the big hurricane struck it destroyed their house, blew the roof off. His mother was missing. Days later the fishermen found her miles off shore clinging in the upturned roof.
    Now, when a big storm comes, she becomes very quiet…and climbs up into the rafters.
    ( south Florida )

  4. My heart goes out to the people of Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 pray 🙏 for their safety and a quick recovery ❤️‍🩹👍🏾

  5. Sending love and healing energy. I hope everyone there recovers. Love from Canada 🇨🇦❤🇵🇷

  6. The thing that they were hit 5 years ago, and still have temporary bridges and are an United States territory is devastating….. What’s going on USA?

    1. U.S. send billions but it never makes it where’s it’s suppose to. Recent History factually shown it’s stolen once the money get here to PR 😢. Praying this time we have officials that will spend the money ethically and no theft

  7. I’m living in Ceiba. Staying with my grandparents making sure they are safe. Power outage and flooding is brutal 🙁 but us PR’s are strong 💙

    1. It’s called too many people on the earth now global warming don’t you know this is what happens when the earth finally can’t take anymore

  8. Thinking of all my primos in Villalba and Bayamon. Praying that you will all be safe. God watch over all of you. Lots of ♥ from Newfoundland.

  9. Prayers for the people of Puerto Rico. I spent over 40 years living in Hurricane Alley and have been through my share, and more than I can count. I’m now far enough north and inland I only get the tail end if any of it. I’m grateful my hurricane days are done. Prayers for all who go through one.

    1. @Rubbingisracing The $677. a month I get from social security doesn’t afford me extras or the ability to donate. Part of my prayers are that enough people and organizations do donate to provide a faster recovery, and that FEMA functions well enough to truly help, along with praying for no or minimal damage and safety of all life.

    2. @Mohamed Trevino
      You’ve been reported again!
      Again attacked by this troll with another “Fuk you and what you say” comment with a link to their video. How do these bots or hacks know instantly when and where I comment to hit it within a minute? Aren’t they violating YouTube policy? I am not the only one. Read through comments they make and comments on their videos. Please stop the daily rude harassment of myself and so many others.

    3. I grew up and lived most of my life in hurricane alley as well, but we retired in the mountains and I thought I was safe but when Matthew hit Savannah (about 6 years ago or so our first year in the mountains) and we got hit pretty hard too. I didn’t know that when you are up higher the winds and storm don’t break up until they hit you. We had power back in a couple of days but I thought those days were behind me. I felt so stupid for thinking the mountains were safe from hurricanes. I should have asked especially when I really wanted to retire at the beach but we didn’t because of hurricanes. Isn’t that ironic?

  10. Be safe Puerto Rico. “The trauma lingers” tell me about it, I lived in the Bahamas and trust these yearly hurricanes are emotionally draining. Aside of the destruction of property

  11. I am half Puerto Rican and definitely praying for not only family but everyone on the island!!! They have been through enough!

    1. Puerto Rico, but also the whole of the Caribbean stand year in year out at the mercy of rain season, earthquakes, and a variety of natural dangers. This is never gonna stop. This is why, that any help is going down the drain.
      Good luck to them.

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