God Sorta Changes Mind, Kinda Answers Sonny Perdue's Prayers
In the ongoing saga of Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue's prayers for rain to end his state's epic drought, it seems the Lord has had something ...
Just like Perdue -- and the National Weather Service -- said, it was a rainy night in Georgia on Wednesday....
More than 250 faithful Georgians joined Perdue outside the Capitol to ask for divine intervention to end the historic drought.
But they better keep praying. The rain that fell last night was inconsequential in relation to Georgia's drought conditions. And the current forecast doesn't hold much hope.
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