7 thoughts on “Empty schools

    1. Thanks. I caught a fragment of family members real grief during the official ceremony. I did not get their name. Regardless of their awareness of the lie, I was struck by their authentic communication of loss. Their simple, true expression stands in stark contrast to the actors grief, or lack thereof, we’ve now come to expect in so many of the staged events since that time. Real loss and grief are being psychologically remodeled via media, those troubling pools, that dreadful museum, gruesome steel relics scattered like shrapnel throughout our land, and the endless number of lies they keep pulling out of those pits.

      Even observing the tenacity of the evil, the Lord renews my faith knowing that Christ in us is greater than he that is in the world. He has already defeated all of this. Think on how great a God we serve. He uses even the deeds of such devils to serve His perfect redemptive purpose for His world and His people.

      1. This comment of yours here deserves a post of it’s own. So well put. Those pits/pools, so vulgar. Makes me think of that verse in 2 Peter, describing certain men as “springs without water and mists driven by a storm, for whom the black darkness has been reserved…”

      2. Thanks again. You nailed it with 2 Peter. That made me recall the Jeremiah 2:13 “”For My people have committed two evils: They have forsaken Me, The fountain of living waters, To hew for themselves cisterns, Broken cisterns That can hold no water.” You’re a real encouragement brother!

      3. Ah! Yes! That’s the one I was first trying to recall, but couldn’t get it come forward in my brain. They hold no water, only pour themselves down into the darkest depths….

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