Lord Jesus Christ, you are our merciful God. God become Man to redeem us from our sins. Open our eyes to the debt of love that we owe you, for your unspeakable merciful love for us all. Open our hearts to give ourselves to you through those whom you place into our lives, so that by our mercy toward them we may win mercy from you.
Dear Jesus, forgive this School for there sinned against me, and my family.
Dear Jesus, I am confused? to be Christian is to be merciful, if I I’m not merciful can I still be a Christian?
Dear Jesus forgive this School for showing no compassion, for there sin against my ill father in new york.
Dear Jesus forgive this school for they wanted me to choose between my daughter Christine’s wedding, or a school policy.
Dear God, forgive me, I have sinned against a school policy. I chose my daughter’s wedding, and for this I had to carry this sin for hundred and 197 days.
Dear God I am confused? You say, “a subject wants” what they may not need what they so obviously wants, My daughter Christine wants her family on her side, on her wedding day, is it not a mother’s moral duty to give blessing, her mothers blessing, on this special day, a day of joining two family in a marriage, should a mother neglect this duty, and not attend her daughters wedding.
Dear God I am confused? The distance from the place of Jesus’ beating, (Praetorium) to Golgotha, the place of His crucifixion, is an estimated 650 yards (just less than half a mile). He carried the cross part of the journey, until becoming too weak to continue, then it was passed to an African bystander named Simon, who carried it the remaining distance, I was punished by this school for 197 days the wedding was 3471 miles in New York. Should I forgive them for they have sinned against me and my family.
Dear God I have been punished, I lost my job because I did not put my hands in someone else’s pockets. Was this person a true Christian? this person was offering to pay for return flights from New York to London. God I am confused if I took advantage of this offer, I would have missed the best man’s speech. Would my daughter and her new family forgive me for this, or would I have been condemned for abandoning her on her wedding day. Also God did this Christian man commit’s a sin but tempting me to leave the wedding before the best man’s speech.
Dear God I was condemned on 4 March 2013, and I was punished for a total of 197 days. I was condemned if I was to go to my daughter’s wedding on 9 June 2013, and I was also condemned if I did not go. How was I to make this right?
Dear God I have been a Catholic all my life. I worked in a Catholic school, a school that showed no mercy, a school that gave no mercy. A school that gave an ultimatum. A school that gave no compassion for my father that was ill. A school that said to be back at work at 8:30 AM 10 June 2013. Or face disciplinary hearing, and get dismissed.
This school that was prepared to set aside its own health and safety, the school expects me to travel over 16 ½ hours. A school that takes what was left of me. A school that expects me to give all that’s left of me, and work a full day.
I believe God guided me on this day, as I know the school would have committed its ultimate sin.
The creation of Adam and Eve.
When Adam and Eve, the parents of the human race, rejected God’s love they lost the supernatural life which they had received when they were first created. They sinned, as Genesis tells us, they were driven out of Paradise. We are not talking in strange symbolic or metaphorical language. When our first parents sinned, they lost the life of God in their souls, and by losing it for themselves they also lost it for their posterity.
This school for girls was saved on this day, I was unable to travel for 16 ½ hours from New York to England, and to put Gods children at risk. I cannot forgive this school in its behaviour to me. My family and I are now even more stronger as ever before. I have six children, my first child Christine was named after Christ himself. This was her wedding.
God we no longer believe in you, before I go. I am asking you to forgive the school for its sin against me, and my family, just as you committed the ultimate sin against my parents, Adam and Eve?