We are half a world away (some more) from a mining tragedy in New Zealand where the whole country is in distress about the welfare of the trapped miners. Let us give our support to the people of that nation and let them know that we are there for them in this time of need.
The agony of families of 29 men trapped underground after an explosion at a New Zealand mine is set to continue as delays plague the rescue effort.
Toxic gas levels have kept rescuers out, and a test shaft is being drilled through 150m (500 feet) of rock.
Rescuers say they have “no idea” how long it might take to reach the men, but they insist they remain positive about finding them alive.
The missing workers, aged from 17 to 62, include 24 New Zealanders, two Australians, two Britons and a South African.
Please join with me in your prayers and include that a successful outcome is found.
-- Roger-R, Republic of Texas. "Always look on the Bright Side of Life" - An eyeball to eyeball confrontation with a blind person is as complete waste of Time.