Tsunami (tidal wave)

Submitted by Macka on Sat, 04/30/2022 - 15:37
Tsunami, tidal wave

A tsunami is caused by an earthquake. When an earthquake occurs under the sea, it sometimes produces a circular motion of water, perhaps 1 km in diameter. This impulse can travel up to 800 km per hour, speeding through the open water virtually unnoticed. When conditions are right, this disturbance in the water forms a very definite wave form which has incredible power behind it. As it enters shallow water, it forms a large wave which we know as the destructive tsunami.

Our efforts are a bit like the earthquake. They seemingly go unnoticed. Yet a powerful, latent force builds up, and at the right time appointed by God, something big happens. We just need to keep on doing what God designed us to do, and in His timing, the results can be much bigger than we ever imagined! (submitted by Jared Khu)

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