Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Justice for All?

I read about the woman in Wisconsin who is facing charges in regard to the death of her daughter. The trial apparently began Saturday. She's the woman who didn't believe in doctors and was trusting G~D, and her daughter died. So this grieving mother has not only lost her daughter in death, she is now being punished for her religious beliefs. My Bible says G~D has numbered our days. What if that was simply that little girl's day to die? What if her diabetes had been diagnosed and treated she was fatally injured riding her bike or whatever? We don't get a guarantee in this world, as to how long we are staying.
Now, on the other hand, I read about a couple of young men that were out coon hunting or something at night and were being pulled over for speeding, and were apparently trying to get the loaded gun out of the front seat, because you know it's illegal to fire a weapon from a vehicle. At any rate, one of the young men accidentally shot and wounded the other, pretty badly. He didn't die, but it did result in a disability which is being financially rewarded, and handsomely, I might add. And nobody got a ticket!
I feel badly for both situations, but I don't understand the difference in the way our country handles it. The young man that was being careless, although his life has changed, has all sorts of assistance from many governmental agencies. The mother, that was standing on her beliefs and was doing everything she believed she should do, to care for her daughter has also had her life changed, and to add insult to injury, she is now being persecuted. Hard to believe, right here in America!
Yea, and all that will live godly in Messiah Y'hshuah shall suffer persecution. New Testament
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