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The earthquake in China and the cyclone in Myanmar seem like they’re a world away.These New York Times pictures do a great job of bringing these tragedies up close and personal. We need to not turn the dial. We need to allow our hearts to break. So they begin to beat as God’s own heart does.Cl…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes

The earthquake in China and the cyclone in Myanmar seem like they’re a world away.

These New York Times pictures do a great job of bringing these tragedies up close and personal.

We need to not turn the dial.

We need to allow our hearts to break. So they begin to beat as God’s own heart does.

Click on these links and ask God to speak to you about people outside our comfort zones.

Comments (2)

  • When I see the children in the pictures, I see my kids. I look at the grieving parents and see myself and my wife. What an unspeakable tragedy this is. May God somehow incarnate hope and bring healing to these precious families, and may there be miracle after miracle of lives saved from the rubble.

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