No Words

No Words

Today I need to ask for prayer because I’m angry. I’m mad at all the hate in the world. I cannot understand anyone who believes in an ideology that thinks it’s all right to kill innocent people.

The more I look at the picture below, the angrier I become.



When I look at the doll next to this child’s body, hatred fills me though as a Christian I am told to forgive. Yet, I want these people destroyed for the fear they caused.

Right now I have no words to say as comfort except that we must all pray for France. Pray for the USA. Pray for this world. Pray for the hearts of these evil people to change. And pray for each other and the hate that fills us upon seeing such atrocities.

It is time these killings by these cowards stop. Yes, cowards. Because only a coward would hurt innocent people because they’re afraid to attack the military and fight “fairly.”

I know some will say it’s not the religion, just extremists doing this. However, it’s time for members of this religion to step up and turn in those who are planning to harm others, whether it be a brother, child, or husband. They must stop protecting evil in their own “religious” community.

That is what being a decent human being is all about.

So please pray for the anger I feel toward these murderers. I will try to do as 2 Chronicles 7:14 states, if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

I hope every Christian will carry this verse in their hearts, humble themselves, and pray that this world is healed and saved from the growing evil that seems so prevalent today.

If you or someone you know is in need of prayer this week, please leave a comment. We’d be more than happy to pray for you. And if this post moved you in some way, please feel free to share it.

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  1. Laura says:

    Amen, sister. I will be praying.

    1. Thanks, Laura. The more people who pray, the better things in the world will become.

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