All of those who are glorying, on Facebook and elsewhere, in the death of Bin Laden and in his damnation, themselves deny sin, even God, and thereby place themselves in the same danger. At least Bin Laden believed in a god and sin, and faces some sliver of a chance of the grace of…
Yeah, i get it. Totally get it and understand. But tell that to someone that lives in NYC, or that was directly impacted by 9/11. This is justice. You can rejoice in justice.
Bring me ONE, and I would repeat it word for word. Then I would invite them to pray with me, both for those they lost and for the soul of this wicked man. John Paul II went to the prison cell of the Muslim man who tried to kill him, prayed with him, and brought that man to Christ. We must forgive, we must teach others to forgive, and we must pray. Constantly, pray.
I’m re-blogging all this stuff because this conversation needs to be heard. This needs to be wrestled with. Bin Laden’s death and our debate over how to handle this deals way more with our sense of justice, view of God’s mercy, and our own human fallibility to love and forgive than it does with the terrible, terrible things done by Bin Laden.