My heart sifts through the wreckage of life. With my arms made strong, I push aside big heavy metal. Rusted long beams, severed iron, and massive brick lay crumbled before me.
I’ve seen this in real life before in Sedai, Japan. I visited the aftermath on a mission trip after the tsunami. It was something out of an end-time movie.
My eyes scanned a vast dilapidated land which was once a happy community. Schools were flattened, gas stations half standing, piles and piles of wrecked vehicles and motorbikes filled a parking lot from the clean up.
It was so sad to see. Something like that changes your perspective about life and it’s Continue reading “In His Time” →