Another Quake in Japan

A major earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean off northeastern Japan early Sunday, triggering a tsunami alert and the evacuation of the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant.

The U.S. Geological Service said the quake measured 7.0 magnitude. Japanese measurements put it at 7.1.

The quake’s epicenter was 130 miles east of Sendai, a city hard-hit by the huge quake and tsunami that devastated northeastern Japan in March. The depth was about 20 miles. (here)

May the people of Japan be in your prayers.

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2 Replies to “Another Quake in Japan”

  1. Umm, was nobody praying that an earthquake wouldn’t strike close to Japan?

    And I suppose that the earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, floods, etc. that decimate human life somewhere on this planet every day are simply because there’s not enough people praying?

    What penetrating insights!!

    1. Wow…. so you are one of those….

      Here’s the deal, not every believer thinks that God is sending these things as an act of vengeance, etc… and we readily accept that role in which nature plays in, well, nature. However, my concern is for the people of Japan and other areas who are hit by natural disasters.

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