Skip to comments.I would encourage that hate be met with love, says the shooting hero
Posted on 06/11/2014 2:32:27 AM PDT by se99tp
I would encourage that hate be met with love. When I came face to face with the attacker, God gave me the eyes to see that he was not a faceless monster, but a very sad and troubled young man. While I cannot at this time find it within me to forgive his crime, I truly desire that he will find the grace of God and the forgiveness of our community.
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Wow what a well spoken young man
Most of our kids are home schooled and get weekly brain washing sessions by being drugged ...
(Their parents 'drag' them to church and the Washing Of The Word does the rest.)
What I would hope would come of this is a re-awakening of the importance of an ever present God in the minds of people.
Thank God there are still a few like this kid around
Forgiveness comes only after repentence. This man truly has the Word of God in his heart.
May we all follow his lead. Especially since our faith will be tested mightily in the coming days, as we brace ourselves for the societal break-down that has been orchestrated.
Yes, indeed. This gesture encourages more than any sermon.
This is well written. It does also express views of so many believers, and I think also unbelievers, around the world.
Yes. Thanks God!
I think this a result of private, serious Bible study. No educator can influence ones deep beliefs and convictions to such an extent.
There are many advantages of homeschooling. There are also values of the public school attendence where children can face real world. Parents can help them to understand that from very first stages of learning they need to master their critical approach to anything they hear or read - whether in school, Internet, shop, church, traditional media or any talk.
I fully agree with you.