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Submitted by Guest101 (not verified) on Tue, 12/16/2008 - 7:59pm.
I think the intent of the prayers, is not that she get off without proper punishment, but that instead she finds the strength of character and faith to accept and learn from the punishment. Everyone is so quick to judge and be so downright mean, both to these people and each other. There isn't a person who believes that these people should not face a stiff penalty. That is the way we as a human society are set up. I just question if we should refuse them the chance to get their lives together. True they made this choice, but didn't the people who bought the drugs from them choose that action as well? I am not saying they are blameless by any means, but that doesn't mean that I can't pray for them to turn their lives around and find their way back to the path that God had planned for them. So I will pray for them, and I'll pray for you as well, that you may open your heart and mind and serve to help others, rather than tear them further down.
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