Saturday, March 19, 2011

Shaking but not shaken

We arranged someone to speak at our church so we could stay close to home today (Sunday). We attended a local church, and the message was on Isaiah 54. In the message the speaker put verse 10 on the screen:

Though the mountains be shaken 
   and the hills be removed, 
yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken 
   nor my covenant of peace be removed,” 
   says the LORD, who has compassion on you.

As we all looked at the screen the picture started shaking, and then the entire building started to shake. It was not a very big aftershock, but I found the timing quite interesting. We also had a significant aftershock at 7pm yesterday evening.

It's great to hear that the temperature at the reactor is decreasing and the risk of radiation has greatly decreased. We even heard that the background level of radiation is higher in Rome than Tokyo, so perhaps those who are still evacuating should not go to Rome!

Thank you for praying!

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