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Evil visited our cities for six-days....

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by righteousdude2, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member
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    By now, you all know that the "cop turned, cop killer" has been killed in a major shootout. In his last ditch attempt to escape, he wounded another deputy and killed a sheriff's detective.

    This is but one more example of the expanse of evil in our country and around the world. And we know who the author of evil is. Satan! He is alive and well, and regardless of what you may try to tell yourself, he will be here until the Lord returns and establishes the new Kingdom. Then he will be thrown into the lake of fire for an eternity that never ends, and we will be free from his influence forever.

    In the wake of the evil event, the murderous manifesto of ex-officer Dorner, four people died a senseless death. Two others were injured badly enough to put the careers on indefinite hold. And there were jumpy cops, which accidentally shot at and injured civilians.

    With that said: I'd like all of you to please remember in your individual prayer closets and at your church services, the spouses, children and extended family and friends and the many people who loved and worked side-by-side with the murdered victims.

    Another set of victims in this wake of killing is the loved ones and family of the killer himself.

    The evil, influenced by the devil, visited the lives of many in this six-day spree, and we are in mourning!

    There is a heavy spirit in the Southern California area in the wake of this six-day event, and all of your prayers will make the difference in so many lives touched in one way or another.