Let us love one another

Something to read and ponder. We should love one another. Let’s remember that before we do or say anything else to someone. On the internet or anywhere else. It’s a short time on this earth and none of us get out alive. Let’s make it as kind and compassionate a world as we can. Only love can do that. And only God can give us that kind of love to give away through His grace. Let us pray. Bless you, @BishopBarron for speaking truth to the masses. My own following is paltry, but I feel I have to share these words of wisdom.

https://www.wordonfire.org/resources/article/the-internet-and-satans-game/6002/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=socialmedia&utm_term=fb-barron&utm_content=the-internet-and-satans-game&utm_campaign=article

4 thoughts on “Let us love one another

  1. I just read this a little while ago. I think he speaks with such Wisdom.

    Al read an update in USA Today where they give more of the story of what happened. Then CNN (of all people) did a little research into the Tweet that started it all. It was supposedly by a school teacher in California but there was no such person and they traced it back to Brazil. OMG! I really do believe our nation is under spiritual attack. We need lots of prayers!!!

    On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 10:01 AM Drowning in Lemonade wrote:

    > Lynda MacFarland posted: “Something to read and ponder. We should love one > another. Let’s remember that before we do or say anything else to someone. > On the internet or anywhere else. It’s a short time on this earth and none > of us get out alive. Let’s make it as kind and compassio” >

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    • Yeah, it’s a shame how awful journalism has become in this day and age. Willing to believe the worst about most things, especially if it fits their agenda/worldview. It’s despicable and incredibly unprofessional. Ugh! I read today that the school the students attend had to close down due to security concerns! And this Doxxing thing HAS to end! What the what?! It is too easy to find out who someone is/where they live, etc. The internet is definitely a mixed bag.

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