And so, Lord, where do I put my hope? My only hope is in you.
~ Psalm 39:7, NLT

Tonight as I opened up my computer one of the headlines in the news caught my eye. You’ve probably read about the gentleman in San Diego whose wife, two young daughters, and mother-in-law were all killed this week when a military jet crashed into their home.

As I read the story, I couldn’t help but think of a couple of things.

First, this man has a heart of forgiveness. He is asking everyone to pray for the pilot, because he doesn’t want him to suffer because of the accident.

Second, this man has a heart of patriotism. He stated that he knew the pilot was “one of our treasured for the country.” I thought that was such a precious way of referring to someone serving in the military.

Third, this man is hurting. As he stood by his minister and siblings and wondered how he would make it, he said, “Please tell me how to do it. I don’t know what to do.”

Tonight as I think of my sweet Nick and how I miss him, my heart is also aching for a man that I may never meet who is experiencing extreme grief tonight.

I am hoping that all of you will take the time to read the news article below and then take a minute to not only lift up the pilot in prayer ( I am sure he will experience extreme feelings of guilt even though it was an accident) but also lift up Dong Yun Yoon.

My prayer is that he will look up and put his hope in the only One who can carry him through such a tragedy.

Love to all of you who visit here today,