People are so easily led.
The media and hollywood decided that snipers and war were cool, so everyone just hops on board and now every time we hear about a terrorist getting killed everyone is all happy and celebrates. That isn't how a christian behaves. That isn't how an AMERICAN is suppose to behave.
Any of you know someone that has killed someone? I've talked to lots of guys that have killed people and you can see it in their eyes. They say the eyes are the window to the soul, and I'm telling you sure as I'm sitting here that killing people has damaged their soul. It's a weight they may never unburden themselves of. No matter how justified they were, its horrific for them. Not to mention the dead guy and his family. They ALWAYS have a family... and they almost ALWAYS hate the person that killed their loved one.
This modern version of America and the view that most Americans have toward war is completely broken. Ask the hard questions. When you stand before God, is he going to understand your viewpoint, or will you feel so ashamed it would swallow you whole? If war is so fucking trendy, can someone explain why we have an epidemic of veteran suicide? Can someone explain why America is hated the world over unlike it has been in history?
Things keep getting worse. Not better. If we want things to get better, changes must be made. That means each one of us. We must evolve. Time was that I laughed and thought happy thoughts when I heard about some terrorist getting killed. Then I grew up and realized that NONE of this is good. None of it is Godly. All because people are so concerned about being trendy and popular.
Look what happens to me on those other forums every time I try to stand up for what is right. I get attacked from every angle. At least here on this forum we are free thinking people. Trying to be a good person and following the Ten Commandments can't be a bad thing. Stand up for what is right. Speak out about it. This has to start somewhere, so why not us?