The sorrow of Sandy Hook

I won’t be saying much. I spend a lot of time laughing at those bloggers who start with “words can not express” and deliver a thousand of them that say very little.

There is evil in this world. It has been tough for good people to comprehend evil for as long as evil has been acknowledged. It’s been my observance (notice I didn’t say my experience) that those who are actually affected by evil almost always survive it by grace. I’ve also been taught that only genuine way to combat evil is through prayer.

So while many are clamoring for new laws on this or that, why don’t we outlaw evil? It’s that simple, right?

Perhaps you’re getting my point now.

Love and prayers for those families affected by this evil. We won’t get answers, so turn off the television and go about being the change you want to see in our world.

Comments

  1. I read that post on your link earlier today. Heart wrenching. The problem is so much greater than the immediate responses that rise to the surface after such tragedy.

  2. DICK STEINBERG says:

    Tell the parents to keep praying until their children return from their evil adventure.

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