A Question of Tragedy

Peaceful Nigerian villagers are killed in their homes. Parisians out for a night on the town are gunned down. A holiday party is targeted and a celebration turns to tragedy. Beirut shoppers in an open air market are blasted to death by suicide bombers.

One question keeps rising to the fore in my mind:

How long, Lord, will you look on? … LORD, you have seen this; do not be silent. (Psalm 35:17, 22.)



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3 Responses to A Question of Tragedy

  1. Eric Fry says:

    Sadly, I can only conclude that He’s not even looking anymore, Tim. Faith is only what I see some people putting into action; religion is nothing more than the hollow echoes from shouting down a well.

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