Flooding in Nashville has reached biblical proportions and havn’t finished rising yet.
Homes, cars, and stores are under water. Last night, you could swim in our front yard. Thankfully, the water has receded. Others have not been so lucky. Our brother in law’s home butts up against the Cumberland River. They’ve moved their furnishing to the top floor of their home hoping to salvage what they can.
This is a historic flood. The President has declared Nashville and surrounding areas a national disaster. Eleven lives have been lost. Schools are closed as well as many bridges due to damage. Many are trapped and can’t get home. There is already a shortage of gasoline. It’s bad, y’all. We would appreciate your prayers. I’ll keep you posted.
Resting in God’s Care! “When you pass through the waters I will be with you, and through the rivers they shall not overflow you; when you walk through the fire, you shall not be burned; no shall the flame kindle upon you.” Is 43:2
The Cumberland River
The Titian Stadium. Those flags stand about 20 feet high.
Riverfront on 2nd Ave, Nashville
The famous Opryland Hotel is also under water. To view those pictures, click on this link