Thinking of Lost Angels

Today  I just to make a stop to talk about some angels that we’re missing on this earth. In the last few weeks I’ve been thinking a lot about how many children are dying in the hands of their caretakers. It’s is sad when a society gets to that point where their kids are not safe with their own parents or those entrusted to care for them.

The bible says:

Matthew 18:6 

“If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea”

The only consolation that we can have is that they are not suffering anymore, that they are enjoying eternity with our Heavenly Father and that if any justice is not achieved on earth, divine justice will prevail. Join me in praying for the families of these angels and for the true repentance of those who hurt them. Let’s remember some of these lost angels.

JonBenét Ramsey                             Caylee Anthony

  

 

Lorenzo Gonzalez Cacho                  Conner Peterson

   

 

Michael and Alex Smith       Noah, John, Paul, Luke and Mary Yates

             

 Paulette Gebara              

 

 

Kyron Horman (hope we still find him alive)

 

 

sadly many more… 

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2 thoughts on “Thinking of Lost Angels

  1. Hello Naty,

    It really is sad isn’t it? Like yourself, I feel the pain of so many children being mistreated, abused and even killed these days. As a child, I wasn’t safe at home with my family, therefore, I can relate to the suffering many of these children have gone through.

    In these Last Days, all kinds of hell is spewing forth throughout the earth. I agree, the only consolation to the madness is that no one can hurt these precious souls ever again. It hurts, and really makes me angry when I look at their innocent faces and see nothing but love.

    What a world. May God judge those who do evil to children harshly.

    Keep up the good work!

    Terry

    1. I want to thank you not only for your visit, but for sharing your story. I think that the more awareness we create and the more we unite in prayer we can make a difference. (Hugs)

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