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Sharyl Johnson April 12, 2018 at 7:02 am

I love the one on abandon animals. It almost sounded like it was talking about a friend an I who found a puppy on a side rd after watching her sister being hit by a big truck. Yes we rescued her and took her to visit some old ladies in a rest home. The smile this puppy bought was priceless. Yes we gave her a home. She is a gift from GOD. When we were done doing what we had to do bought her sister home a buried her in the field across from her house. There are some heartless people in the world to abandon sweet puppies in the middle of the desert.

Amy November 30, 2018 at 8:02 am

God Bless you for your kindness and compassion.

Anne Shelley June 12, 2020 at 2:29 pm

Hello, it sound like God loves animals,so why does he allow man to hurt them so much, i cant exept its mans will ie god does not intervene, this is so wrong 1 second of pain for a animal is too much but its been going on for thousands of years, it just doesnt make sense to me god would allow this, they are innocent to the third degree, and should not be allowed to suffer through cruel cowedely men picking on the weakest and innocent creatures, god could stop this suffering in a heart beat, this i feel takes alot of people away from christianity as its doesent make sense god would allow this torture and pain to the innocents
kind regards

Jack Wellman June 13, 2020 at 10:18 am

Hello Anne. Why does God allow suffering? Why does mankind allow it is my question. This is a fallen world full of the children of the Devil, and most are not like believers who have regard for the animals. But if God had never allowed suffering, then Jesus would never have suffered and died so we could be saved. People will stumble over this, but those who believe will persevere no matter what the world or their lives look like (1 John 2:19).

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