Saturday, January 23, 2010


We pray for Haiti, but Haitians teach us the power of prayer

They praise God despite their loss and sing from the rubble

Haiti the first to break the shackles of slavery yet remained burdened with price of oppression

The earth trembled, concrete crumbled, for a people who had little, were left with only sorrow

The world watched, and the calls for help answered

Too slow and too late for some, lessons learned

Our world is too small to let neighbors struggle, so weak, they can't withstand a blow

So we give, inspired by their faith and strength

Caring unites us, serving fills us

And the people of Haiti teach us

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