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  1. Caroline Rose Kraftc says:

    Yes, yes, yes. Thank you.
    We had a very frightening Easter in Haiti as well. Nothing so personal and tragic as that, but frightening. (I guess that’s the way it tends to go there.) The voodoo doctors lit torches and marched all around the church we attended, just down the road from the orphanage where we lived. This was a good reminder for me to pray for my Haitian friends tomorrow. Love to you all.

  2. I think one of the main problems is that we don’t take evil seriously enough. We, as Christians, need to be on guard constantly. The devil is often subtle and he woos us away from what is righteous little by little. It can be SO hard to not go along with the world and to not want to blend in and win others approval. I’ve learned that taking a stand for what is right isn’t easy but it is worth it.
    It makes me long for eternity and makes me even more grateful for my God and my Saviour and the Eternal life that awaits me where there is no more evil.

  3. No words are enough! Thank you for sharing this precious message! Love you, my friend!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Powerful TRUTH! Well said Tasha.

  5. No other words would suffice … Just a mantra of “Come, glorious Father, heal our nation.”

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