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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Praying.....for Haiti


(photos taken from cnn.com)

Please people pray for our bothers and sisters in Haiti...this is just horrible and devastating to an island that already suffers so much... this insert was taken from the Livesay (Haiti) Web Blog, a web blog of a family that has devoted their life to building life and spread ingGod's love in Haiti. I hung off all their words...

January 13, 2010


The Morning After - Earthquake Haiti 2010

The sun is about to come up. The aftershocks continue. Some more noticeable than others. There is no way to even begin to share the things we’ve heard and seen since 5pm yesterday. To do so would take hours that we don’t have to give right now. Some of them feel wrong to tell. Like only God should know these personal horrible tragedies.

The few things we can confirm – yes the four story Caribbean Market building is completely demolished. Yes it was open. Yes the National Palace collapsed. Yes Gov’t buildings nearby the Palace collapsed. Yes St Josephs Boys home is completely collapsed. Yes countless countless - countless other houses, churches, hospitals, schools, and businesses have collapsed. There are buildings that suffered almost no damage. Right next door will be a pile of rubble.

Thousands of people are currently trapped. To guess at a number would be like guessing at raindrops in the ocean. Precious lives hang in the balance. When pulled from the rubble there is no place to take them for care Haiti has an almost non existent medical care system for her people. To read more go here.


Count your blessings today and always and continue to have hope even admist your suffering.

Thank You God,
Ronita

You can help now by donating to yele.org, founded by Wycelf Jean.

1 comment:

Portia said...

You can also donate $10 to the Red Cross Haiti relief fund by texting "Haiti" to 90999. The donation will show up on your phone bill.