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Donna M.
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Lady of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; thankful and very happily married to the same wonderful man, Royce McCoy-Harms, for 40 years
Lady of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; thankful and very happily married to the same wonderful man, Royce McCoy-Harms, for 40 years

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Not sure that the first post went through- I had not just set joined Jesus Christ Daily and began writing! Here is again, sorry if two times:
I am the wife of a retired police officer. WONDERFUL to see the believers laying hands on him for protection and service in his daily matters with the people of the town/city. My husband was an excellent officer with people. He treated them fairly. He helped tens of thousands over the years. Sometimes people dire needs and situations tore at his heart. He was a hostage negotiator, a school resource officer, made the program for a Saturday class from juvenile drivers who had moving violations so that their car insurance would not grow up. He had four hours of information, people's first-hand telling of events where youth were injured badly in car accidents or died. One such person was a mother where 5 teenage girls were in a terrible accident- two girls did not make it. Most of my husband's students in the classroom were crying by the end of the morning. I sat-in one day...gut-wrenching. These are a few of the things my guy did where he went the extra mile for people's good. He and another officer/counselor had evening meetings at high school's gyms or smaller venues where they talked about personal safety for all and also ones where the officers told parents of teens that, yes, it is illegal to provide alcohol to your child's friends for parties at your home! We had equally difficult and horrible issues with abuse, sexual assault, children being neglected by their parents, etc., etc. Thank the Lord above for conscientious, honorable cops, yes, Christian cops, to protect and to serve with dignity of the individual. There were many times where my man had to detain, restrain, wrestle, and keep someone from taking charge when he was the one with the authority. Praise God for first responders: fire, EMT, police, counselors, clergy and many others who put their lives on the line every day in countless ways for others. True Christ-like individuals. I do know there are authorities who abuse their power. They must answer to Jesus Christ Himself one day and to people now, perhaps. God bless you all. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
THERE IS POWER IN OUR PRAYERS!...
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This picture means a lot to me. I am the wife of a retired police officer. WONDERFUL to see the believers laying hands on him for protection and service in his daily matters with the people of the town/city. My husband was an excellent officer with people. He treated them fairly. He helped tens of thousands over the years. Many times people's dire needs and situations tore at his heart. He was a hostage negotiator, a school resource officer, made the program for a Saturday class for juvenile drivers who had moving violations, so that their car insurance would not go up in price and to make the teens think of the consequences. He had four hours of information, people's first-hand telling of events where youth were injured badly in car accidents or died. One such person was a mother where 5 teenage girls were in a terrible accident- two girls did not make it. Most of my husband's students in the classroom were crying by the end of the morning. I sat-in one day...gut-wrenching. These are a few of the things my guy did where he went the extra mile for people's good.
He and another officer/counselor had evening meetings at high school's gyms or smaller venues where they talked about personal safety for all and also ones where the officers told parents of teens that, yes, it is illegal to provide alcohol to your child's friends for parties at your home! Further, that THEY were accountable legally (morally) for the consequences, including drunk driving and death. We had equally difficult and horrible issues with abuse, sexual assault, children being neglected by their parents, etc., etc.
Thank the Lord above for conscientious, honorable cops, yes, Christian cops, to protect and to serve with dignity of the individual. There were many times where my man had to detain, restrain, wrestle, and keep someone from taking charge when he was the one with the authority. Praise God for first responders: fire, EMT, police, counselors, clergy and many others who put their lives on the line every day in countless ways for others...nurses and doctors, for sure! True Christ-like individuals. I do know there are authorities who abuse their power. They must answer to Jesus Christ Himself one day and to people now, perhaps. God bless you all. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
THERE IS POWER IN OUR PRAYERS!...
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A friend since our teenage years, Sandy Hill tells of what happened one night when she was sitting at the hospital nearby her grown daughter, who was very ill and suffering.  A deeply loving and believing Christian woman, as well as her husband Dave, and their grown daughter Emery, Sandy had an experience and encounter with the LORD Jesus, our Savior.  I think you will really enjoy and be inspired reading this true story of God's great Love for us.

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Help My Grown Child Get Well, LORD! Please Heal Her! We Love Our Children with Passion and Abandon. A Salvation Prayer!
Christ Jesus Lifts Our Precious Ones Up With His Love, Mercy, Compassion, Healing and all that God is and has- unlimited and boundless power and magnificence, full of grace upon grace, Who is just, all-powerful, omnipresent and omniscient.  You will see all...
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