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Published on May 17, 2013

Despite the tornado damage done to her family's home in Granbury, Texas, Habitat homeowner Ruth Zapata knows where to find strength and reassurance. Here, with photos showing damage done in her neighborhood, she sings "Dios Esta Aqui," or "God Is Here." On the night of May 15, as the tornado approached the Zapatas' home, she sang the song for comfort as her family took shelter in their bathtub. The translation of the lyrics:

God is right here
as truly as the air that I breathe
as truly as the sun rises each morning
as truly as when I talk to Him, He hears me

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