Wednesday, January 13, 2010

My Haiti.

This is a video of the results of the earthquake in Port Au Prince, Haiti.

...And these are my little siblings.

I don't have much words to say because even though I'm a Korean-American, these are my people. I love Haiti and the people of Haiti. Even though I'm a "blanc" to them, they're more than dark-colored folk to me. I miss them throughout the year when I'm not there. I miss the kids playing around until it got too dark to run. I miss the people waving at me when I wave at them and greet them, "Bonjour! Bonjour." You know it's sad that it happened to them. They're a very poorly constructed country and for an earthquake to happen there, it's just too much for them. There are a few people that are there that are very close to my heart, Pastor Brian and Etienne. I know that they are safe. I have faith that God has protected His people.

Now, we must have faith. I know I'm making it sound so simple and easy, but it's not. But, we must have faith. Our God is sovereign, He's in control. He knows what He's doing, and He's doing it well. We're too simple to understand a complex God, no, a perfect God. Let's just have faith in our good God people. God's good yesterday, today, and tomorrow.


1 comment:

  1. pray we must. there's this knot in my stomach that won't go away. i really pray that everyone over there is okay especially etienne and his fam and pastor brian.