|"May God bless the military"|
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I was out shooting and saw this medical helicopter flying overhead. I imagined how many horrors the medics must see in the field. It would take more than courage to be able to do such a job. It reminded me of the verse above. Then I thought about those fighting on the ground and wished this would all end. I hope they can all come home soon. Jesus promised their sacrifice won't go unnoticed. I am grateful for them.
In America, a rogue "Pastor" posted a youtube movie. I really don't understand his intentions. Instead of the hope of Christ, he brought more violence. Our country has laws against "Hate Crimes." Yet this movie was deemed "free speech" by our Administration. More soldiers were killed and wounded. Evidently, "Hate Crimes" doesn't apply to foreign nations or American Muslims. Doesn't make sense to me. Seems like they should just take down the movie. I am grateful for England and the other nations who are working together.
In the midst of all the craziness, one thing remains true. God is still on His throne. No actions go unnoticed by Him. I found this great quote:
"The love of God is never idle." Francis of Assisi
Things may seem dark but His light is still there. Sometimes we just have to look up. Here's my prayer. I must admit it's hard for me to know what to pray.
Dear Heavenly Father I lift up the soldiers overseas to You. I pray You will guide them and protect them. Help them not to give up and return to their homes and families soon. Forgive us all where we've failed You, and help us to move forward in the right direction.
In Jesus Name, Amen.
Side note- I graduated from New York Institute of Photography, my fears were wrong. I am very grateful and have a new peace. Now that I'm done I'll have more time for my blogs again. God bless! And feel free to comment if you think of something.