Japan 's Impact On Japan Essay

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It was totally unexpected and it became one of the most destructive earthquakes ever to hit Japan. Thousands of men, women, little boys and little girls were killed. Thousands more were injured. Japan was not prepared for such a disaster. There was a shortage of medical supplies; they needed food, clothing and building materials.
And America, with a heart as big as her land, came to their rescue. Within hours ships loaded with medical supplies, food, clothing and shelter materials were on their way to Japan.
A few days later, the President of the United States received a telegram from Japan. It simply stated: “America, we will not forget”. Nevertheless, only a few short years later, on December 7, 1941, Japan had forgotten and they, the very ones who had promised they would never forget the kindness shown them, killed our soldiers by the hundreds at Pearl Harbor.
The Israelites promised “All that the Lord has spoken, we will do” (Exodus 19:8). God had freed them from the bondage of the Pharaoh in Egypt. By the hands of Moses and Aaron God led them out of Egypt and away from the slave masters. God had richly blessed the Children of Israel; nonetheless, they forgot Him.
Moses climbed upon Mount Sinai and remained there in the presence of God for forty-days. It was during that time that the Israelites demanded of Aaron: “Come make us gods that shall go before us; as for this Moses, the man who brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we do not know what has become of

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