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Beautiful post! Hold them close to your heart. So sad for those families!Miss Bloomers
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Beautiful post Barb. We send our love from Canada. We are united in grief.
My heart is broken for these families and also for the poor little children who witnessed this horror. God bless them all.
Beautiful prayer. You have said it well. God bless them!
Atkins refuge in your tent in the shelter of your glorious wings.Praying with you.Amen
Sad, beyond sad.To imagin how mixed up this young man was who needed God in his life, to take so many out of his anger, the parents who will not share there smiles as to what may have been under there tree for them, nothing joyous here to vision.It really is a sad world The Lord has to take claim to as being his.
Beautiful ly said a heartfelt prayer,Blessings to your loved ones, may they never have to endure this much pain.XxDore
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