Thank-you Ivonne

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My heart is not as heavy as it was yesterday for these poor babies, but my thoughts have not left them either. Because of this terrible event that has happened, it has forced me to get on bended knee and ask God to forgive me of my sins. I always ask, but this time I asked in the most sincerest heart I own.

My eyes water as I even think about how terrible of a sinner I am. I am so very thankful for a loving God who forgives me for every one of my sins. For a father who loves me no matter what mistakes I make.

Today, I want us all to continue to pray for the families and friends of Newtown. Let us pray for every lost soul and as I was reading a blog from my dear friend Ivonne I wept. It is not because we do not have God in schools, it is because we do not have God in our hearts.

Thank- you Ivonne for showing me that in what I may be saying the real fact is God needs to be in our hearts first, then put him back in schools.

For any of you who do not know or recognize the song I have placed, please listen. For the others who are familiar, please pray as you hear the words to the song I chose for today.

16 thoughts on “Thank-you Ivonne

    • how do we each know if we are right my friend? I do believe that we all have to believe in something or someone. I guess that is part of the reason there are so many religions. I will never push mine on you, but I have to admit, for me, I am glad I have what I believe in. We may die and find nothing, but I may die and find a beautiful heaven. I love you no matter what u believe in my sweet friend


      • Terry, I hope of all my heart that .. you find you beautiful heaven filled with music, flowers and chocolate.*smile
        There has always been a lot different religions has always been there and they are most of the time the reasons why we have wars.
        I’m glad you have your believes too.


  1. I do not have your god in my heart either nor do I think that either he or my goddess play any part in this, this is a human mess and requires humans to stand up and take responsibility for what is going on around them. The man who did this learnt his behaviour and morals not from a god but from his parents who learnt it from theirs who learnt it from theirs, the reality is too many people are willing to do what is easy rather than right and want to be their childrens friends not their parents.


    • I understand what you are saying Paula. WE are all fortunate to be able to still make our own choices. The person who pulled that trigger did have as you say, learned it from parents and back on. It is a shame really. Sex is so much easier than raising the gift consummated out of that moment


  2. Dear Terry, I f any of my words have helped you that is so wonderful. Sadly, what many people forget is that we also failed the young man who did the shootings. He was only 19 years old and had a history of mental illness. How was it possible for him to buy guns at such a young age and with mental illness? Why did he feel the only way for him was to kill his mother and those kids? We as a society failed him as well. It is so sad all around. Yes, we as a society have to step up and start living in love and compassion.


    • On the news here this morning, it was specified that the mother bought, registered and owned the guns. The son borrowed them for his own use. No news has been told yet and we most likely will never know what confrontation was going on between the son and mother


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