Every now and then, there's something I feel I need to mention, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL). Today, I'll do it!
A while ago, there was an article that affected me. It was by iheartradio.ca and was entitled, WORKER SUFFERS LEG INJURY AT HIGHBURY CANCO: http://www.iheartradio.ca/am800/news/worker-suffers-leg-injury-at-highbury-canco-1.3703632.
Do you realize why this article affected me? Hopefully, you do.
After all, the article states about what happened to a worker who became injured.
Did you click on the link and read the article? In case you didn't I shared the article with you (I copied/pasted):
Even now, I have no idea what happened. Other than knowing that a worker received a leg injury.
This worker's injury truly touched my heart.
After all, this injured worker was working only less than an hour away from where I live. And, it breaks my heart to hear that someone has become an injured worker.
After all, people get hurt!
Hopefully, those workers who become hurt, also heal. However, I believe that since Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has changed over the years, regarding helping injured workers, I believe that anyone injured becomes hurt not just physically, but also in many other ways.
Of course, since I believe WSIB tends to hurt people in many ways, I believe that whoever works for WSIB, will not spend eternity in Heaven with God.
Why do I think this?
Thinking of the situation made me think of Hebrews 9:27, "And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:"
Amen! Just as we read, and as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment...
Anyone who has not gained salvation by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, has not truly decided to live for Him. Or, do anything He would want people to do.
So, without receiving everlasting life by doing that, when the person's life ends here on earth, they will go through judgement. And, God will deal with them. Especially, since they have hurt people rather than shown love to them, as God wants believers to do.
For this, I'm thankful. And, always will be.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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