If you didn't, please read it now.
After all, yesterday's LwL entry, was about Don Cherry.
And, today, I'll be letting you know more about him.
Here is an article by msn.com that is entitled, Don Cherry's name removed from WHL's annual 'Suits up' fundraising games: https://www.msn.com/en-ca/sports/nhl/don-cherrys-name-removed-from-whls-annual-suits-up-fundraising-games/ar-BBYQmQQ?ocid=spartandhp.
Please click on that link, to read the article. I'm sharing some of what was stated (I copied/pasted)
Months after former hockey broadcaster Don Cherry was embroiled in controversy over questionable comments, the Western Hockey League (WHL) has removed his name from a series of organ donation fundraising games.
It also stated (I copied/pasted):
Cherry, former co-host of the Coach's Corner segment of Hockey Night in Canada, was fired by Sportsnet in November after comments he made during one of his weekly segments, suggesting immigrants weren't wearing poppies ahead of Remembrance Day.
If you watch the video at the beginning of the article, you could be heart-broken... like me.
The man in the video spoke against Don Cherry... and even sweared.
As I mentioned previously, I believe Don Cherry has been treated badly... and hurt over and over, again. Even though I believe Don Cherry should NOT be hurt by people... because he has been a blessing to many people... including my dad when he was alive, as I mentioned in the past.
I feel it's been evilness done by that man in the video... and by anyone else who has hurt Don Cherry.
To me, that man in the video was being evil... because he is NOT willing to be good to Don Cherry, because he is NOT Christian.
If that video man had became a Christian, I believe he would not have been evil.
Instead, he could have overcome evil, with being good.
Thinking about that, made me think of Romans 12:21, "Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.".
Amen! Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.
Even though I'm praying for Don Cherry, I'm also praying that the video man will become Christian.
All he will have to do is gain salvation and everlasting life by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.
If he does that, I believe God will lead him to no longer be evil.
That would truly be a blessing.
Until next time...
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