Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), there is something I feel I need to discuss.
Even though this date is not the date when it was the last day my now deceased husband was alive, it is definitely the Friday of our Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. The Friday of our Canadian Thanksgiving weekend was the actual last day my now deceased husband, Gordon was alive years ago.
Why am I mentioning this?
Well, even though I've forgiven people, I feel sick in my heart that some people murder others and/or end people's lives, and are not blamed or even at times not arrested or convicted. Just like what happened regarding Gordon's death.
A lot of people think our healthcare system here in Ontario, is perfect. To me, it is absolutely not.
Not just because of what was done to end my husband's life. But, also because of what is done to some people... including me, and others who suffer from being injured by doctors. I'll discuss this, another time.
Of course, having my now deceased husband's life ended, didn't make me feel good. I didn't believe his life needed to be ended. I believed he needed healthcare, that he didn't receive.
Even though I have forgiven those involved, I realize that if anyone kills someone, they themselves will truly suffer.
Just as we read, in Leviticus 24:17, "And he that killeth any man shall surely be put to death."
Amen! And he that killeth any man shall surely be put to death.
This means that the person who will be put to death, would do so because they sinned by ending someone's life... by killing them.
Of course, if someone has done this, and has repented when they came to Christ, and and gained salvation by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, then they would be forgiven.
Have the people who had ended my husband's life been forgiven?
I have no idea. Only God knows.
But, believe me... that I have prayed for them, and forgiven them.
Would you do that?
For then, you will also be forgiven and blessed.
Until next time...
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