This Sunday, we are praying for the people of Japan.
We are thanking God for the lives he has given us.
And we are remembering, every moment, that life is short.
Here are some clips of the earthquake in Japan. Please pray for them.
Thanks for this post. We are praying.
My heart has been with Japan since the quake. I am glad to have heard from my friend who lives there and know that she and her family are safe.And sometimes, we do forget how short life is.And how blessed we really are.
Without a doubt we are praying for everyone in Japan. What a tragedy.
We will definitely be praying for them and I'm sure many people are keeping Japan in their prayers, because I don't have a T.V. and I rarely look at the news on the internet sometimes I don't know what's going on until someone mentions it at work, today I went to visit my sister and I saw the terrible earthquake and tsunami, my heart went out to those people. =/
Absolutely. It is so devastating to see the images, the videos. Mindboggling.
smiles. yeah praying for japan and it does make you thankful for the life we have been given...
Ahh, Becky. I can't wrap my mind around it. I think of how long it took us to clean up the Twin Towers. And New Orleans. And yet in Japan, FOUR trains are just MISSING.. one of them with 400 people on it. I can't comprehend. Some of the photos remind me of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. And now with talk of nuclear reactor meltdown, it just seems even more awful. I am praying... I think of the little children there, and it makes me cray. (((hugs)))...
What you are writing here can help heal this world. For your readers, posts like this allow us to release the compassion that we feel and to focus our prayers where they are most needed right now.
I love them all! Great photos! :)
Praying non stop my heart aches. Have a wonderful Sunday!
Amen. Let it be.
Beautiful post, thanks for sharing it with the wonderful quote.It is times like these where it is hard to imagine something good coming from it but it does.
We're praying over here too. My dad, half-brother and extended family live there.
Praying.. Beautiful photos!
When I first heard about the calamity, I thought of a friend of mine from H.S. who is over there. I'm glad to know that he's okay and giving updates on what has been happening to those of us here.
It is so horrible, isn't it? Makes me nervous living in earthquake teritory that everything can be gone in just a second. :(
Joining you in prayer for the people in Japan.Beautiful photos as always.Have a blessed Sunday!
beyond sad...my heart just aches for them. sweet post friend.
Praying for Japan and the world. May God bring peace on earth.
Thank you for this post. It's beautiful. I also appreciate your recent comments and just became a follower.xoRobyn
Your photos always make me smile.
The situation at Japan is very depressing!! All the images and constant news on TV makes me wanna cry. Not only do I pray for the people there, I pray to God to save us all from such calamities!!
Been praying and will continue!
My heart is breaking for them
Thanks for keeping this terrible story in our hearts.
Beautiful post....we are praying too. I'll have to check out your clips b/c I have been running for 2 days and haven't seen anything recent.
So many lives changed in one tragic instant. Our heartfelt prayers are with them all.
Thanks for posting the link to the videos! Wow....such devastation! Very sad!
I've been glued to CNN for days now..my heart goes out to all of them. We're praying for everyone :)
Heartbroken for Japan...praying constantly for survivors. Beautiful photos..as usual.xoxo
Really worried about our CG girls and their families! You're right...life's too short!
We are remembering and praying as well. Gorgeous photos. Thanks for linking up! )~Tabitha
My heart aches for all the beautiful souls in Japan.
That was a nice post. My thoughts and prayers have been with them since Friday.
Beautiful Pictures! And, yes, we will be praying with you. My husband just returned from China; I cannot explain my relief. I just read about 30 school children whose parents have not arrived to pick them up. I just want to pick them up and bring them home. Praying with you!!!
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