Skip to comments.A prayer for Sandy Hook
Posted on 12/15/2012 5:14:43 AM PST by Perseverando
Matt Barber envisions slain kindergartners playing at Jesus' nail-pierced feet
In light of todays horrific developments in Newtown, Conn. developments so sorrowful that no words will do I felt it only appropriate to pull my regular column for this week. I offer, instead, the only words I can at this inexpressibly mournful time: A simple prayer. ~ Matt Barber
Please come, Lord Jesus.
Come, King Jesus.
Come soon I pray.
Yet, even still come now, Holy Spirit, until such time.
We need you.
As the banked fish gasps for that which, without, she will surely die, so too do we gasp for living water-fused crimson that flows freely from Lifes pierced side.
The people of Sandy Hook assuredly cannot endure without your supernatural grace.
Give them grace and comfort pressed down and running over.
There are things so wicked we cannot bear.
There are things manifestly beyond our understanding. Things of which, and perhaps for our own sake, You have kept from our grasp.
Such a thing is this.
We cry out, Abba, Father!
Torrents we weep for the families of Sandy Hook.
Our souls groan for the people of Sandy Hook.
Our spirits are broken for the babes of Sandy Hook.
Hold them close, dear Alpha and Omega the great I Am.
You are the Way, the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father but through You.
Show this to all who are alive in flesh but dead in spirit.
Show them Life in death and that Life is You.
Reveal Truth and Life in the Spirit despite death in the flesh.
You are the Way.
Pull near to your bosom forever the precious slain of Sandy Hook.
Let our lips say, Oh, death, where is your sting?
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Their parents voted for Obama. Let him save them.
The Christian view expressed here is a thing of beauty and a joy forever..... where in Islam can you find anything like it?
In Christ Jesus may we be one together, awash in His kind solace and courage, as we endure until He comes. Emmanuel.
Bless you and your home and all who come and go from you.