Friday, November 13, 2015

Paris Attacks

This evening as I was preparing a post about a much longed for ride on Veterans Day, world events where suddenly thrust to the forefront of my mind. These words of comfort needed to take precedence to my joy as others are suffering. I want to offer my heartfelt prayers for the people tortured, dying and living in fear in Paris this evening. I'll refrain from the "I told you so" moment for I'm sure they are also thinking these thoughts. We must remain armed and ready for what is also approaching our very shores ... or may already be here. And I will add that, no matter what the future brings, even if it brings war, torture, and prosecution, as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD. Stay safe out there, my friends, and remain vigilant. Muslim hordes will soon be coming to a town near you.

Paris Terrorist Attacks


5 comments:

Linda Eller said...

I was sitting here watching the news about Paris, and just had fear crawl up the back of my neck. It could and may happen in the USA again, but I know one thing for sure....as me and my house, we too will serve the Lord. I will put my fears into His hands and trust. No one is safe anywhere, any time. The good old days are long gone. Sleep well my friend....we are on the same page for sure.

Tina Leigh said...

Yep, horrible...and I too fear it's only a matter of time here. My hope is that maybe as country folk, we will have some warning before it gets to us. Media is downing Rob Lowe...I don't know why. Liberals. Can't blame God for allowing any of it to take place. I think this world is groaning from our sin...have a good weekend. We are harvesting pecans as hard as we can go! Lol!

Simply Linda said...

We were having a similar discussion in my International Relations class and these young peoples thoughts...shaking my head---anyways---not that I want to say I told you so, but unfort, we don't have the leadership to deal with terrorism, especially when the leadership is a sympathizer (and I'll refrain further).

My heartfelt condolences and prayers for the country of Paris and it's people.

Lulu James said...

I don't have to ask if the ride was good--it shines through your entire post!
What fun!!!
Blessings, Friend
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Z said...

And who'd have thought that America's president would be the one BRINGING them to us? ? grrrr