To the Editor: Gibsonburg man wants God in the schools
Written by Steve Haslinger   
Wednesday, 20 February 2013 10:41
Our county needs more of the spirit of God in its schools.
Jesus opened up a magnetic spirited highway to heaven when he said, "Love your neighbor as yourself for the love of God." The best way to love your neighbor is to follow His example.
Jesus exemplified God's terrific ability to be humble, because in spite of the fact that God has infinite power and can create a universe for us to enjoy forever and a day, he took on human form as Jesus, lived among us as our brother and gifted us with his Holy Spirit so that he can live in us and among us forever.
All Christians are praying for the families and friends of the 26 victims in Sandy Hook Elementary School. I believe that the spirit of all 26 are in heaven where they can pray for us as much as we are praying for them.
The shooter at Sandy Hook missed the boat and he had no life jacket because he never learned the true meaning of life. His mother should have taken him to church and Sunday school so he would have obtained a good foundation for his relationship with God and learned to love his neighbors as much or even more than himself. Consequently then gaining God's infinite love and rewards for eternity in heaven, all thanks to the magnetic power of our savior Jesus who said, "He who believes in me shall gain eternal life."
Steve Haslinger
Gibsonburg
 

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