These ladies have inspired me to speak the Lord's word about forgiveness.
The album title certainly draws attention. We are all sinners, after all, but for the blood of Christ.
Don't forget to say the blessing!
A brother in Christ sent me this link and asked my opinion.
I asked my staff to dig deeper and discover the roots of these two ladies' vendetta against one another. It was determined that Carrie J is an unfulfilled spinster and Stacy Lear suffers heavily from ambition.
If these women would put down their literal weapons and embrace Christ, one another and their biological predestination of wife and mother, these charges could be dismissed and they'd each be happy. The courts cannot heal sickness of the soul, or, like claimed in testimony at the previous trial, Carrie J will commit these offenses over and over, because her heart is starving. When women involve themselves in the business of men (GUNS? POLICE WORK?) it makes them act irrationally. Fish are ill equipped to be lions, and we need both. And fish need to be fish.
Men and women are different because we have different jobs on God's earth. I don't doubt that Carrie J has done the things (repeated stalkings) she's accused of having done in the past and has been found guilty of having done in the recent previous trial involving Lear, but it's not entirely her fault. Lacking a consistent and present male companion, she's turned to female role models. It's a shame that she picked Officer Lear to observe and emulate instead of a more suitable example.
I will pray for both these ladies. I pray that they look at their lives and their choices from a Bible based perspective and make changes that will bring them to Heavenly Father and greater peace as Godly women.
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