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How should the Christian community respond to the Virginia Tech fatal shootings?

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I actually met a few people who went down to the morge and asked them if they could pray for the dead and have them be raised from the dead....these are the people that will see people raised from the dead
---mark on 4/29/07

When Jesus walked on earth,he had compassion for those who were possessed by demons. He cast demons out of people. We now have a Gospel to preach,and when people receive Jesus Christ,demons have to leave that residence. It has a NEW owner. If all we're are doing these days is saying..."Devil, Devil"...well,??. The preaching of the Gospel/Cross is the POWER of God unto Salvation. Many seem to be to busy with their me, myself and I counterfit Gospel. Maybe it's a wake up call from God.
---kathr4453 on 4/20/07

Become Doers for Jesus. Sue and Fire all those in authority whom do not support Christianity, and replace them with Christians believing in God's power of love and goodness and restoration: Fire the antiChrist teachers, the antiChrist school board, the antiChrist judges, the antiChrist policemen, the antiChrist governors and mayors. All whom dis Christ and Christianity, sue and fire them; destroy all school books of false teachings that teach against God and Christ, and replace them with the perfect truth
---Eloy on 4/19/07

It helps to understand who the real culprit is. When I heard the gun go off pop,pop,pop,pop,pop,pop,pop,pop, I knew for certain that it was the devil, no doubt. The Person of the Holy Spirit came upon me and we started crying it was all in the spirit.
---catherine on 4/19/07

I saw report again, it was his great aunt, not grandmother that told of his condition.
---A.M. on 4/19/07

They interviewed the grandmother today (S.Korea). She said the kid had problems from birth, one doctor even said he had autism. They've know for 23 years that something was seriously the matter. Action speaks louder than words. Something should have been done a long time ago.
---A.M. on 4/19/07

I like your answer Betty. Even the hurting family of the one who did the killings. It hurts to think that this kid had no friends, not one single friend. As Christians, we need to reach out to the friendless, the sick and lost souls. Isn't this what Jesus did? What a difference we could make if we moved out of our comfortable places.
---kathr4453 on 4/19/07

I believe that Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, If I was over there I would begin practicing. God said that in the last days, and we are now living in the book of Revelation, we are the very ones God was speaking about when he said that GREATER MIRACLES WE WILL DO than what HE DID, BUT these guys who think they are in LEADERSHIP ARE NOT DOING IT, Virginia is my state, and I would would tell ALL CHRISTIANS IN WASHINGTON D.C. AND VIRGINIA, TO START CALLING THE THINGS THAT ARE NOT AS THOUGH THEY ARE...
---Cynthia_1 on 4/18/07

As Jesus would have, by ministering to the families affected. Not just by prayer, but by an actual hands-on meeting of real needs, be they emotional, spiritual, or physical!
---Crystal on 4/17/07

There are Christians on the campus ministering to the students. Pray for them as they counsel the students at this tragic time. My sister-in-law got an e-mail from an alumnus of the Bible college she works at and they are working there, ministering with the students. God can heal their broken hearts and emotional wounds.
---Madison1101 on 4/17/07

When Jesus heard of John the Baptist's death, He went away to be alone for awhile. But a large crowd followed him and the Bible says that compassion rose in His heart for the people. At a time when He would have preferred to be alone, He instead ministered to the people (Matthew 14). Jesus contended with the senseless evil done to John the Baptist by doing good.

Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. (Romans 12:21)
---DoryLory on 4/17/07

Matt Dillon, my husband agrees with you, 100%.
When guns are outlawed, only the outlaws will have guns.

We need agents on planes and we need security on campus. A licensed gun holder could have taken that shooter down, yesterday, before he murdered all those kids.
We send our kids to college not to be lambs for the slaughter.
---Annie_Oakley on 4/17/07

All the tuition money and not a security camera in the dorms or buildings. No outside or inside security cameras.

This is the action that should be taken, NOW.
Parents pay huge sums. We can't stick our heads in the sand and wait for another. Install security cameras. Banks have silent alarms to the police dept., these colleges need them, too. An open campus is becoming a thing of the past.
---Annie_Oakley on 4/17/07

The Christian community should respond to everyone they possibly can who is hurting in any way. We have the Answer they need.
---betty8468 on 4/17/07

Lots and lots of prayer and reaching out to the families in mourning.
---madison1101 on 4/16/07

With outrage that only the criminals had guns. Act the same way about all the places that the criminal knows the laws refuse to allow honest citizens to arm themselves.
It is the honest citizen that obeys the law. It looks like I will be a law breaker soon.
That's 33 killed 15 wounded and counting for the criminal, Zero for the law abider.
---Matt_Dillion on 4/16/07

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