Image praising God in this disaster they are in? Could our faith be so strong? How do they do it when they have lost so many loved ones...some losing entire families in this..their homes, going with little or no food or water. I find it extremely remarkable and a wonderful lesson for all of us, that God can indeed uphold us even in the worst of times. I wonder if I could be as strong..to praise God if my son were buried alive or dead...or my mother or sisters?
This isn't to say they have not grieved or wept, or cried out because of their loss. They have of course. But when evening comes they praise God. Its so amazing to see this on TV too.
Here is one video of this..I would like others to post what they know or have seen about the miracles going on there right now. How God is working mightily with these people..video on this link too:
Many Haitians' religious faith unshaken by earthquake
Many preachers are telling followers not to lose faith, that God remains with them regardless of what's happened.
Most Haitians don't feel abandoned, Bailey said.
"People don't blame Jesus for all these things," she said. "They have faith. They believe that Jesus saved them and are thankful for that."
Perhaps few personified that deep belief better than 11-year-old Anaika Saint Louis, who was pulled from the rubble Thursday night and later died. Her leg had been crushed, and doctors thought they might have to amputate her feet. She said she didn't care.
"Thank you, God, because he saved my life," she said. "If I lose my feet, I always had my life."
Jean Mackenle Verpre also suffered a crushing leg injury and was freed after 48 hours underground.
Asked what kept him going, he answered without hesitation: He believes in Jesus Christ and put his life in God's hands.
Colonized by France, Haiti is a strongly Catholic country. Christian motifs are everywhere in Port-au-Prince. Many vehicles bear signs like the one painted on the windshield of a truck on Rue Delmar: "Merci Jesus," it said. A woman passing by on Avenue Christophe chanted softly: "Accept Jesus."
I think the world is witnessing a miracle taking place there inspite of the destruction.
PS..don't know why my post is showing with everything to one side of it like that..sorry about that. I didn't copy and paste is (except for part of the article)