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People do have hearts

Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by TexasSky, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. Bro. Curtis

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    It's very good folks like you and C.4.K. are telling the good news. Thank you.

    Perhaps people will come to Christ thru this.
     
  2. LorrieGrace

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    Thanks, TexasSky. It IS good to see the goodness of people. I wish that they would show more of this on the news. It would be more uplifting than to focus on the wickness that is going on.
     
  3. NaasPreacher (C4K)

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    Praise the Lord for the good reports. As I watch the news from WWL online my heart breaks for them and their town.

    They are so upset at the bad news. I am sure some good news will cheer them up.
     
  4. TexasSky

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    Look at this one: [​IMG]


    http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/ssistory.mpl/special/05/katrina/3334075

    She and two of her children had made it through Hurricane Katrina alive, but her Glendalyn with the long, beautiful black hair was gone."

    "My precious daughter," she sobbed Wednesday. "I prayed to God to keep us safe in his loving care." Then, looking into an incongruously blue sky, she whimpered: "You're supposed to be a loving God. You're supposed to love us. And what have you done to us?"

    Suddenly, a woman emerged from the water and began walking toward her. She had long, disheveled black hair. "Mamma?" she shouted.

    "Oh my God, oh my God," the old woman screamed, kissing Glendalyn's hand and pressing it against her forehead.

    The 60-year-old Glendalyn Fletcher said she had floated through a wall when her house started to collapse around her, then swam to a neighbor's house, from which they were picked up Tuesday and left stranded on a water-locked section of Interstate 10.

    "God is good," said Camille Fletcher.
     
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