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Kathy Wenzel
Apr 11, 2024
In OKLAHOMA
We are continuing the prayers for our waterways especially in the light of attacks like the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Maryland and a bridge in Oklahoma on Hwy 59 taken out by a barge. On April 7th we went to Eucha Dam and the Spavinaw Dam to pray for God's protection and intervention to spare them from terrorism or damage.
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Kathy Wenzel
Mar 05, 2024
In OKLAHOMA
On Sunday, March 3rd, my husband Kim and I went to the shores of Grand Lake near Grove, OK and also the shores of Eucha Lake to pray God's sovereignty and protection over these important bodies of water. According to Wikipedia.com: "Unlike other lakes in Oklahoma, Grand Lake is a deep and mostly rocky lake. The average depth for Grand Lake is 36.3 feet.[7] Its mean elevation is 745[8] ft (227 m) above sea level.[2] In recent years, low fall elevations of 741 were kept by the GRDA to allow millet seeding for migratory waterfowl, resulting in conflict between property owners, environmentalists, and federal agencies. While not expressly built for flood control, Grand Lake contributes to the flood-prone Arkansas River watershed. .Grand Lake has the most shoreline of any lake in Oklahoma and beyond, and is one of the few lake where people can build homes right on the shores. Lake Eucha is one of the main water sources for Tulsa, OK. May God protect and bless the work of these bodies of water, keeping them safe for America.
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Kathy Wenzel
Feb 02, 2024
In OKLAHOMA
On Sunday afternoon, Jan 28, my husband and I prayed and decreed God's sovereignty over the Pensacola Dam in Langley. It is a large dam and its waters flow from the many rivers that feed Grand Lake. It is vital for both drinking water and hydroelectric power. Pensacola Dam and Grand Lake O' the Cherokees provide flood control for the Grand River and produce hydroelectric power for Grand River Dam Authority. It is the world's longest multiple arch dam, spanning approximately one mile. The dam towers as much as 150 feet above the riverbed. The lake is 43,500 acres and has about 1,300 miles of shoreline, more than any other lake in the state. Grand Lake O' the Cherokees is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Oklahoma.
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Kathy Wenzel
Jan 28, 2024
In OKLAHOMA
Today my husband and I prayed over the Spring River and the Neosho River in the NE corner of Oklahoma. The two rivers meet at Twin Bridges and flow together into Grand Lake.
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