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The Rescue Mission

By Jedo Kingsman, published on Mar 19, 2014

A great storm blew in from the sea, and the waters began to rise. When the water was a foot or two deep, a local trucker pulled up the the large gray house and shouted to the man standing on the porch, "Hey, mister... jump in! I'm here to rescue you." With a glint of pride in his eye, the man said calmly, "I don't need you. I've lived a good life. God is going to rescue me." Off the trucker drove. The waters got higher than the first floor as the storm raged on. In the midst of the driving rain and rushing waters, a boat pulled up to the house and someone yelled, "Anyone in there? We are here... (more)

Tags: angels, god, heaven, paranormal, aliens, demons, rescue, satan, jesus christ, savior, rescue mission, lucifer, deliverer, rescuer

What are the First Steps to do if Your Sailing Boat Capsizes

By thingerman, published on Feb 22, 2014

...common sense when you are in the sailing boat to ensure you never get into that situation but if you still end up in such situations here are some steps that you need to take.

Stay on the Boat

Never jump in the water the moment you see your boat capsizing. You need to call the rescuers or coastal authorities and wait for them in the boat rather than jumping into the water. It is easier for the rescuers to see you in the boat rather than searching for you in high tides so make sure you cling on to your boat for the mean while. Always keep something that can easily attract... (more)

Tags: safety, security, rescue, sailing boat, capsizing

What If?

By D. Sager, published on Jul 26, 2013

What if I discovered the reason I'm alive is to help you?

And without that help, my life is a waste, worthless crumpled paper blowing down an alley. What if the traps laid were my needs or an exploration of my feelings in an egocentric circle of lost opportunity?

What if I looked for ways I can help?

If I'm not here for you, then I must depart, this life has nothing to offer me alone. If there is no “we” on this earth, no family to belong to, no greater good to serve, then I will lay me down in peace and give up my breath. What if my dying breath were given for a resuscitation... (more)

Tags: family, help, alone, strength, rescue, breath, breathe, egocentric, greatest love, if, john bunyan

All Hell Let Loose

By Uttam Gill, published on Jun 23, 2013

...devastation and destruction is of unimaginable scale; which, in their living memories people of that part of my country must not have witnessed…All that’s left is trail of horror and devastation…The part of my country that’s Uttrakhand continues to be in grip of inclement weather…And Rescue operations by Military and Para Military personnel are in full swing… The part of my country is under focus…Nothing can be as demeaning as taking a mileage from the dead bodies...And the scavenging activists are digging the claws to take their pound of flesh from the scenario as prevailing... (more)

Tags: death, rain, disaster, rescue, calamity, flood, himalayas, kedarnath, uttrakhand, evacuation, landslide, deluge

Not a Dog But a True Rescuer

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Mar 8, 2011

African dogs are known for being good hunters and not rescuers. But this dog’s story seems to convey some meanings to Africans who never value domestic animals except in case they can be sold to get money or slaughtered for their skin, meat and bones.

This Kenyan dog was searching for food for her new born puppies when he discovered a hidden human baby in the forest. This baby girl was two weeks old but abandoned to the forest’s sake. It has been proved than the majority of babies who are born and abandoned are girls. So, the dog discovered the baby girl in a forest south of the capital... (more)

Tags: baby, dog, girl, rescue, kenya

Rescue of Chile Miners Achieved

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Oct 14, 2010

A Chilean copper and gold mine that is located 500 miles in the North of Santiago collapsed since August 5. That is 69 days since the 33 miners have been trapped underground. On August 31, rescuers team landed on the place and started to drill a preliminary test hole with a 31-ton drill. The process was interrupted on September 2 due to geological faults and at this moment engineers suggest that a rescue within 4 months would be optimistic.

Finally, the process had to continue and these men have all been rescued and taken to hospital for medical check up. All these miners do not have... (more)

Tags: rescue, chile, miners, achieved.

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