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Gov. Rick Perry says, "Pray for Texas"

I was sitting in my home office and I heard Gov. Rick Perry talking about the evacuation for Hurricane Rita and he ended his remarks by saying, "Pray for Texas."

My reaction was "Amen."  I can do that.  But, I have a question.  "How do you pray for people who are facing certain disruption in their lives and whose future is in severe doubt?"

Is it better to pray for specific needs?  By city?  By age-group?  By types of needs?  For the volunteers?  Law enforcement?  News media?  President Bush?  The Congress?  People working together?

Or is it better just to put the whole thing in God's hands and say, "Thy will be done?"

Any suggestions?