Prayers from across the miles, from a Willow Creek Explosion Survivor.
May God guide the rescuers to the place they need to go, may God comfort those
who have already lost relatives, and may God lay his hand upon the shaking
earth. My prayers, my heart, and my tears are with you all. Trust in God and
he will direct your path.
My heart goes out to all of the people involved in this whole situation,
especially the families of the trapped minors. I also believe in the saying
never say never and hold onto your faith in God. My thoughts and prayers are
with each and everyone of you, Thank you too, for all of the people who are
helping in anyway they can during this terrible situation.
"Greater love hath no man than this, that a man will lay down his lift for his
friends." -John 15:13Thank you for the inspiration you bring. You
will be remembered.
SL Trib is reporting that a second rescuer has died. What a
difficult decision facing the rescuers and those running the rescue operation.
The rescue workers are truely heroic but getting the six out may end up costing
more lives. It is a real "iffy" situation. Nobody will say it publicly but
there must be a lot of doubts about the value of perhaps killing dozens of
workers to rescue guys or maybe even just recover guys. Anyway, hats off to all
involved. Going in there requires some amazing courage at this point.
We will continue to pray for all miners. They are heros!
My heart is aching. All my prayers to the 6 miners and the courageous rescuers
that risk so much for their brothers. May God cradle you in his hands.
This is a terrible turn of events. I hope and pray that all will turn out well
and that all Utahns will band together in prayer for these miners and their