The funerals of eight victims or the Connecticut school massacre begins. Parents, family members and friends are grieving after the horrible shooting that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary school. It is so hard for them to believe they are paying respects for the lives of these innocent victims who never thought they would die and never enjoy life, again. This is a difficult time and these funerals are too soon for the parents who never got a chance to hug their children and tell them how much they loved them one last time.
Things just won't be the same for these young kids having to carry on with the tragic memory. One of the parents the godmother of this young victim, Olivia desires for Sandy Hook Elementary school to be demolished so kids can have a fresh new start and we agree with her.
This latest shooting massacre is certainly a wake up call and it is time for true born again Christians to unite and strive to make this a better world, the way God wants it to be. It is time to reveal the love of Jesus Christ like never before and showing love is not agreeing with sin, it is showing every race love in a godly way, strictly according to God's Word. You see, a lot of problems with the majority of this world is that many people forget after each tragedy as though nothing happened and just want to continue living in their sinful lives, but the church must make a very wise decision and not forget and remind the world that these shooting massacres have continued to occur as a reminder for this nation to fully yield and surrender to Jesus Christ. Shooting massacres have also begin happening on church grounds and that is also a wake up call. God is saying he allowed churches to also endure such tragedies like the world, because they have not shown complete difference in being an example of pure holiness.
May all of these young victims, including these parents and teachers rest in peace. Our prayers are with their families and friends.
First of 8 funerals at Newtown church beginsNEWTOWN, Conn. Family members have gathered for the first of eight funerals for school shooting victims to be held at a Catholic church in Newtown, Conn.
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