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Please say a prayer for the remaining four Thai boys and the coach still trapped in the cave along with their rescuers with likely more rain the major problem.  On the link below there is a colour diagram of the cave depicting just how difficult and treacherous the rescue effort must be.  At the narrowest point, it is only 38cm wide and in complete darkness.

The escape from the cave must be more traumatic than being trapped for nine days before being discovered.

https://www.news.com.au/world/asia/who-are-the-12-boys-and-their-coach-trapped-in-the-cave/news-story/1ae64aeadb5138d76afd379d143a2551 "That sense of accomplishment was also reflected in the message posted Monday night on the Thai Navy SEALS’s Facebook page announcing the latest rescues. It ended with their fighting cheer, adopted from the U.S. Navy: “Hooyah!” But bringing out the remaining four boys and their coach could take more than one operation, Narongsak warned.

All preparations, including replacing the oxygen cylinders positioned along the route out in the cave, take at least 20 hours, he said. The safety of the divers, who have meticulously planned the mission, is also paramount."

 

 

 

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BarbaraTherese

The last rescue mission is underway.  The rescuers not only need to bring out the four boys and the coach but also three navy seals and a doctor who have been with them.  It is a longer rescue operation than previously.  It is a four kilometre journey to the surface.

Prayer.

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BarbaraTherese

Deo Gratius - they are all out!

"THE Tham Luang cave has delivered its miracle, with all 13 members of the Wild Boar soccer team making it to safety in one of the most inspiring rescue missions the world has witnessed.

The Royal Thai Navy SEALS have confirmed all 12 boys and their coach have successfully swum through flooded passages and are now either out of the cave system or currently making their way.

It is understood the team’s coach is still at the third chamber where rescuers have set up a base camp, but will be coming out soon.' Read More HERE

 

Giving thanks with prayer that after their terrible ordeal they will soon be in good health and fully re-united with loved ones.

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What an incredible story and wonderful people of this miracle...........

1.5 million litres of water was pumped hourly out of the cave where the boys were trapped............and pumped on to farming land creating a sort of muddy swamp.  The farmers remain cheerful and entirely confident that they will recover.

Praise and thanksgiving to The Lord for this miracle and the Grace he has poured into the very brave and into the very ordinary people and the farmers, as well as those very young boys trapped in the cave who remained hopeful and in good spirits - initially entirely against the odds.

Prayer too for the Adelaide doctor (and the family and friends) who attended the boys travelling to and from the boys trapped location several times.  He came out from the cave in a successful full rescue to discover that his father, to whom he was very close, had died unexpectedly at the end of the rescue.

Finally, once the boys and rescuers were in safety, the water pumps failed completely - the cave began to fill with water quite rapidly.  There is a diagram of the cave in a previous link in this thread.

Laudate Dominum

 

 

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At its most narrow point, the cave was 38cm across (14.96 inches)

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One Thai Navy Seal lost his life.  My hope and pleading prayer is that he has gone straight to Heaven.

Praise and thanksgiving too to the governor of Tham Luang who maintained morale throughout with absolute determination, never veering from absolute trustful and prayerful conviction, that the rescue would be complete and entirely successful.  

 What an amazing man I thought.

Thanksgiving too for the prayers of all.

 

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