Late last year, in October and November, the island of Cyprus was facing its worst drought in years. The reservoirs on which the island relies for drinking water and irrigation were drained. The nation, surrounded by water, but without adequate water for drinks or crops was near crisis.
Archbishop Chrysostomos II of the Orthodox Church of Cyprus ordered his priests to pray for rain. They prayed. On December 2, the Archbishop presided over a special prayer service in the capital Nicosia, asking God to send rainfall to end the drought.
Shortly after the prayer service, there came heavy rains. The rain was so abundant that it refilled most of the drinking reservoirs as well as some basements. Even some roads were flooded.
Source: Manna Today; Joel News