A large blast rocked a refinery in Puerto Rico.
1Praise Yahvah. I will praise Yahvah with my whole heart, in the assembly of the upright, and in the congregation.
2The works of Yahvah are great, sought out by all those who have pleasure in them.
3His works are great and glorious, and his righteousness endures forever.
4He has made his wonderful works to be remembered; Yahvah is gracious and full of compassion.
5He has given food to those who revere him; he will ever be mindful of his contract.
6He has shown his people the power of his works, that he may give them the heritage of the Gentiles.
7The works of his hands are truth and justice, and they endure forever and ever.
8All his commandments are sure, and are done in righteousness and truth.
9He has sent salvation to his people; his contract will be remembered forever; holy and revered is his name.
10The reverence of Yahvah is the beginning of wisdom; a good understanding have all those who do his commandments; his praise endures forever.
There was an enormous blast and fire at a fuel storage depot in Puerto Rico. Pictures taken the next day looked like a volcanic eruption. The fire slowly spread to additional tanks in the tank farm, adding more fuel to the fire. Windows were blown out for miles around. Few people were hurt.
The blast was at 12:25 AM local time on Friday October 23, 2009. This was about 3 hours ahead of theoretical for this Psalm, so the fire was only getting started across the theoretical time. The fire continued to burn for the entire next day.
There is little material in the Psalm to match with any headlines. The theme is works that can be remembered, and people in Puerto Rico will remember this day. This type of blast is of the type of event that marks a prophetic fulfillment, a large unexpected disaster. The close timing is the strongest reason for this match.