Lord, as I was writing that first part above, I began to hear some loud explosion noises — and for a moment I wondered if it could be Dallas getting bombed… or if not, then WHY would someone be setting off fireworks today, and this early in the day..?? Now I know that the RV Park we used to be at — just across the spillway from where we are now — is on fire, and the explosions were gas tanks exploding. Lord, there are people over there whose hearts I love, whom I have been very close to. Over here, my dearest friend is terrified, because her campers are closest to the fire. My Mate has gone over to watch, to guard, and to help calm her. I am relaxed and content to stay inside where it is warm. I’ve never been one to even turn my head and look at accidents alongside the road or other such things. I am not drawn to disaster or misfortune. I have no desire whatsoever to watch the fire spread or the fire trucks put it out. I know that the nearest fire station is only a mile or two away from the blaze, and I am sure they are already on site. I have an awesome faithful Shepherd that both protects me and provides for every little thing that I need. I have no fear for myself or my Mate in this disaster, but I pray for you to comfort the hearts of those whom I love over at that park. I lift up my sweet Caroline who has always had such a heart for you, Lord. I know for certain that you are already comforting her, encouraging her, and helping her through this difficult morning. Please show me plainly any little way in which I can help her or the others over there, Lord. On this bitter cold morning, I ask you to warm those who love you, Lord. Let this situation draw people closer to you, and to each other. Heal our hearts and help us to trust you more all the time, Lord. Amen.