Honoring our Fallen Officers

Loves Lighthouse Prayer Ministries, Inc  (CHOSEN) have an Youth Violence Prevention Department, we would like to express our sympathy to families who have lost loved ones to violence and most recently our Dallas Police Officers.  Fighting violence and reducing crime has a lot risks associated with that job position and sadly for those spouses, children and other family members we have lost five Dallas Police Officers.  We here would like to honor those Officers and their family members. In those quiet moments once the adrenaline ceases and the company leaves and the phone is ringing less and less, we grant you peace and the assurance that if you trust in Him no matter what you feel your petitions will be granted.  “Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your request known to God, Then the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus (Phil4.6-7).”

My opening statement after defining violence is always “you should never have to be in an situation involving police intervention, if you can help and there are some instances  where their presence is necessary,” however, that is not always the case.  America now needs to go back to thinking and feeling that Police Officers are for our safety just as the laws that we create are for them to enforce and that is my hope for our country today.  As American are gathering I believe that it is for the honoring remembrance of each respective Officer and their family members.  I am dedicated to imparting violence prevention in our youth so that they will know how diffuse violence before it escalates and how to approach an Officer. I really enjoy my Youth Department and to see how at my first violence prevention how some of the young African-American boys were afraid or had many questions about approaching officer lets us know we have a lot of room for improvement it is our citizen duty to act respectfully and honor the badge.  I also believe that we are so racially segregated for to be in the 21st Century that we need to love our neighbor no matter what race they are.   After all of the blood shed for racial equality I am one that believe in our Constitutional rights but I also believe I need to have the right for a trial in the Sixth Amendment.  I believe that a person is not guilty until tried.  As I just heard a young person saying my being, ” angry  does not solve anything. ”    I know this is a difficult time and we as Christians have an obligation to those families as the word says, ”  Religion that is pure and undefiled before God and the Father is this:  to care for orphans and widows in their affliction and to keep oneself unstained by the world. (Jas 1.27).”  We here love you and are here, contact us if you need us.

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