Workers in Japan ride bullet trains to the cities. The trains are smooth, quiet, and fast.
A typhoon (hurricane) hit Japan last fall. It flooded ten parked bullet trains. Each train had 12 cars.
All must be thrown away. They are not safe.
READ MORE: The Japanese word for “bullet train” is Shinkansen [SHIN-kun-zn]. There are large magnets on the train and in the tracks. The train starts to move. It lifts above the tracks. A bullet train can reach 375 miles per hour. It will be costly to replace all the flooded trains. But that is the way to protect passengers. We have the best protection of all. Psalm 121:8 says, “The Lord will keep your going out and your coming in from this time forth and forevermore.”