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A Prayer for Sandy Hook

dmiller453 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 6:57 AM
Atheists don't have a lot to offer in a time like this except for emotional support. But, it's awesome how most people head for the church where they know they will receive the "peace that passes all understanding" through the Holy Spirit and the prayers of the people. Thank God for people like Matt Barber who boldly proclaim their faith.
KevNC Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 9:24 AM
I would assume that Matt Barber didn't offer a prayer in order to receive your prayer and thanks nor your dig at atheists. Keep the focus on the victims of this tragedy and don't use their deaths for your petty grandstanding about issues that don't really matter at this moment. 20 children and 7 adults have been senselessly murdered, why not focus your prayers on their families being able to make it through this nightmare?
DagNabbit Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 6:09 PM

In light of the horrific developments in Newtown, Conn. – developments so sorrowful that no words will do – I felt it only appropriate to pull my regular column for this week. I offer, instead, the only words I can at this inexpressibly mournful time: A simple prayer. ~ Matt Barber

Please come, Lord Jesus.

Come, King Jesus.

Come soon I pray.

Yet, even still come now, Holy Spirit, until such time.

We need You.

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