The article is by news.sky.com and is entitled, Whitehall terror alert: Man held with knives near Downing Street: http://news.sky.com/story/armed-police-close-road-on-whitehall-near-government-departments-10853114.
The article was posted on Friday 28 April 2017, as was written on the article. Even so, I didn't see it until much later, so I decided to share it with you, because you probably didn't know about it, either.
Hopefully, you clicked on the article.
Here is some of what the article states (I copied/pasted):
Sky sources say the 27-year-old man, who was carrying a rucksack containing knives, was known to police prior to his arrest.
Armed officers have arrested a man in connection with preparing a terror attack just yards from Downing Street.
The Metropolitan Police said the man was stopped at 2.22pm on Thursday as part of an ongoing operation. He has been taken to a south London police station where he is being held under the Terrorism Act.
The arrest took place at the Parliament Street junction with Parliament Square, close to the scene of last month's terror attack which killed five people, including police officer Keith Palmer, on 22 March.
To me, this is truly upsetting. Even though the fellow was caught before being able to complete making the attack.
Especially, since there are so many people in the world, who seem to think that there are no terror attacks being done and/or arranged.
Not just here in Canada, but also in other countries. Like this was done, in England (UK).
I praise God that He provided for this to be found out in England, before the attack was actually done. In the past, here in Canada some people were also caught before an attack was made.
As I just said, many people seem to think that terror attacks won't happen.
I'm sorry, but I can't believe anyone who speaks and/or thinks that way.
After all, people have been caught while trying to arrange attacks.
Plus, God is in control. Not us.
He know everything we will go through in life.
Not just good things, but also trials, tribulations, and attacks of many people in many ways. So I look to Him.
Much like we read, in Psalm 123:1, "Unto thee lift I up mine eyes, O thou that dwellest in the heavens."
Yes, I lift up my eyes to He that dwells in Heaven.
After all, He's my Lord. He loves me. And, He knows I love Him.
For this, I feel blessed, even though life doesn't always seem good.
I thank Him for loving me. I thank Him for providing for me. And, always will.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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