11 March 2011
A magnitude 8.9 quake strikes Japan at a depth of 15.1 miles (243km), located 81 miles (130km) east of Sendai, on the main island of Honshu. The tremor triggers a massive tsunami along the Japanese coast and sparks a tsunami warning across the Pacific to North and South America. Not black and white but certainly worth mentioning

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Indeed worth the time to mention because it could be either of us we are all human and not to far from the same thing happening.The Devil takes no prisoners and this is all apart of Bible prophesy 2Tim 3:1-5 talks about earth quakes in one place after the other referring to our time.No not black or white but they are all my brothers and sisters at least those that realize their being and love life and the giver. You bring honor to yourself when you mention others troubles my sisters.Me I am my brothers keeper
Yes indeed.
I totally agree with you my brother in the faith. It is a good thing we know why these things are happening because it gives us a measure of peace that we wouldn't have otherwise.
I was up at 2am this morning, watching the devastation on CNN, my heart goes out to the people of Japan
It was definitely a devastation. I promise I will stay on the subject from now on. It was such a major thing I couldn't help mentioning it.
You do well my sister,, as you take note of the subject as there is yet much much more to come and closer to home,world wide even. Good you show awareness to the times. Brace yourself one and all.


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