Thursday I read that 20 people (of those arrested in Waco on may 17th, 2015) had their cases dismissed. While this is only about 10 percent of all those arrested, it is a significant crack in the wall that the persecutors, (I mean the wall the prosecutors) have erected in an attempt to destroy the lives of so many of my friends.
Someone else pointed out that this is happening 999 days after the tragedy in Waco. Why would Waco wait almost three years before starting to dismiss these cases? Well, that is a whole other story I’m not going to get into. What I will say is that this is a long way from being over, but we will all keep going for as long as it takes, as we continue to pray for and support all the families whose lives were so changed that day.
I listened to a certain someone in the Waco District Attorneys office explain why they were dismissing these cases, and though I don’t agree with most of his statements, I do agree with his final statement, with was this like this; “With God as my witness, Justice will be served in these matters.” That is something I can absolutely support. Justice will indeed be served, because our God will see to it.
My God is all powerful, you can’t run away from him, you can’t hide from him and he knows all things. He is good, He is always present, He is always right. He always cares. He is eternal, He is always loving and forgiving, but He is also always just.
Psalm 18:30 “As for God, his way is perfect: The LORD’s word is flawless; he shields all who take refuge in him.”
Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
I have taken refuge in God because he is fully trustworthy. How about you?