Tragedy in Newtown, CT

For a better understanding of the reasons and motives for the recent shootings in Newtown, CT we invite you to read two previously listed items on this page.

Item - What motivated the Arizona shooter?

Item - Fort Hood, Texas Shootings and other News Items of this past week.

When you have had an opportunity to read the above items we would like to ask you the question: Why did nobody from the media contact us with any questions, while they interviewed priests, pastors, ministers, psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health specialists, doctors, professors that were unable to provide any answers or that had any knowledge about the spiritual realm of mankind (Luke 9:55)? They speak of evil not knowing that they themselves follow after evil and the spirit of darkness and this world (John 3:19).

The first couple of days after the incident in Newtown, CT you could hear the media raise the following question over and over: Why did this happen? What made this story even sadder is the fact that answers as to the cause of the shooting in Newtown, CT are readily available for anyone that wants to believe.

The media only reports how they want you to hear things. They are like vultures (Matthew 24:28; Luke 17:37; Job 39:30). You find them wherever there are dead bodies, wars, accidents, tragedies and in this case the death of twenty children. As tragic the death of even one child is, the media celebrities from CNN, Fox and other news networks  kept repeating themselves hundreds of times and made every effort to provide every gory detail in an attempt to sensationalize the story. They kept asking the same questions over and over to different people, while they are unable to provide any answers.

Some of the reporters even spoke of love and faith, while we know that they do not speak of the love of God (John 5:42). It is because their faith which is build on the wrong foundation and their incognizance that things will wax worse and worse (2 Timothy 3:13).

For months they will articulate debate after debate and argue over the gun culture and gun control, which is not the problem, but rather the spiritual blindness that has engulfed the nations, including the United States that is leading to the downfall of all the nations.

One report on the Internet estimates the number of guns in the United States to be at 420 million and the number of firearms sellers in the U.S. was listed at 140,000, more than ten times the number of McDonalds restaurants. With a population of 311 million people it is obvious that any discussion will be futile and their debate will be all in vain.

The same day of a vigil in Newtown two police officers were shot and killed outside a Kansas grocery store. There was no mention of them. So far this year 120 police officers have been killed in the line of duty in the United States.  

At the present time 85 Americans die from a gun each day and that number will only increase. Only a few days after the incident a national TV Network has already decided to air special programs on a 'Search for Solutions'. While the media has to accept responsibility for the state of the nation there will be no solutions as they continue to ignore our message of repentance.

You do not hear the media report on the over 200 million children under the age of five that are starving in this world or the fact that every six seconds a child dies from hunger. We do not hear them report how the religious, political leaders and the false teachers and blind guides of society continue to deceive the people with false doctrines and false promises.  

With great swelling words Barack Obama called for "meaningful action" the same day of the shooting but like the media, he also ignored our advice and call for repentance. Actions vowed by him on gun control will make no difference. During the vigil in Newtown on Sunday, December 16th, he used a little snippet and stole words from the Word of God (John 1:1-15) he cannot understand as they are spiritually discerned (1 Cor. 2:14). The words "little children" used by Jesus Christ in Matthew 19:14 did not refer to the children of this world but rather the words "babes" and '"children" refer to those that start their journey of repentance in like manner (Matthew 18:3; 1 Peter 2:2). It is all an abomination.

We wrote him four years ago when he first became President to show him the way of repentance and showed him how to overcome the spirit of this world (1 John 5:4). We also invited him to contact us but we never heard from him. You can read more about this in the article 'Barack Obama - President of the United States of America' listed on our website.

As previously mentioned there will be many other shootings and calamities with even greater fatalities and they will occur more frequently, while religious leaders, politicians and the media continue to ignore our message of repentance. We invite you to study what it means to repent as it means a lot more than what by nature you have been conditioned to believe. You will find the article 'Repent' for your perusal on our website

Seek, and ye shall find (Matthew 7:7).

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