Chapter Four Sam sat down in his seat, looking at the red mark on the hand of the young woman that he had Leaped into. He knew that it wasn't his body, but the commitment was his. He leaned back in his seat, letting the peace from the band wash over him. The songs made sense now. His life made sense. He was at peace with his life at last. As he sat with his eyes closed, he heard a man speaking from the stage. "We had intended to let you out, but as many of you may have noticed when you came in, it's raining. In fact, it's raining too hard for us to let you out. We're just going to have the band play a little more." Sam opened his eyes. The band had continued to play, but Sam suddenly felt uneasy. He looked toward the stage, noticing that Sinda and Marta had gone to the altar. He saw Marta making her way through the crowd quickly. Her eyes were red and she was crying. "Something's wrong." He said, jumping to his feet and starting to make his way to Marta. "Sinda's having an asthma attack." Marta said, tears running down her cheeks. "Trinity, keep an eye on the kids." Susan King said as she and her husband made their way back to where Sinda was sitting next to the stage. "We should pray for her." Grant said, his voice shaking. He reached for Trinity's hand for comfort. Not wanting to upset the boy more, Sam allowed him to take his hand. "Let's pray together." Sam suggested, taking the hand of Sapphire. "I'll start." The group began to pray out loud for their friend. Soon, Wayne King came back to the group and told them that Sinda and Susan King would be going up to the lobby. Before any of the kids could ask anything else, the man who had spoken before went to the front. "It has stopped raining, praise God! However, we are still unable to let you out. The CSU campus is the lowest point in Ft.Collins. This means that all of the water that we've had today is coming down the mountain and stopping here. Things are really flooded out there. In fact, the trailer park down the road is flooded badly and all of the ambulances are there. The young people from here that need to be taken to the hospital will be taken via vans that will be here in a few minutes." "Sinda and Susan are going to go to the hospital. Sinda's inhaler isn't working and she's still having a hard time breathing." Wayne explained. "Here's where the problem is, Sam." Sam gave a sigh of relief when he heard the familiar gravelly voice. "The kids are fine until the electricity goes out around eleven. Then, they decide that they want to see the flood and try to get to Sinda." Al's voice sounded strange. When Sam turned to look at him, he saw, with a shock, that his best friend had been crying. He didn't have the opportunity to ask, however, because everyone was around him. "Just wait here. Trinity, you're in charge. I'm going to call Sinda's mom and let her know what's going on. You guys just stay here until I get back." With that, Wayne left.