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Two Injured in Maryland High School Shooting; Shooter Has Been Killed

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A shooting has occurred at a Maryland high school. FoxNews.com reports that the shooting was carried out at Great Mills High School, about 60 miles from Washington D.C.

 

 

 

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So sad isn't it. It just gets worse and worse. And these souls who are fueled by hatred and rage????

You would think these people would want to get up in the morning and think about having inner peace,

seek solace, and quiet the rage they feel. It is true a life without Christ is a life without LIFE.

 

Rev 6:4

3And when the Lamb opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, “Come!” 4Then another horse went forth. It was bright red, and its rider was granted permission to take peace from the earth and to make men slay one another. And he was given a great sword.

 

 

This will only get worse .It is good to be at the right hand of God and not desire to want to harm anyone physically, not even your enemies.

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Surely there will be those who blame it on "GUNS" rather than the mother that was careless in not having a lock on her gun. With a gun lock that son would be alive today. This is a sad reality of what happened, it was not the fault of the gun, it was the gun owners final result in her carelessness of not keeping her gun locked..

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