Posted by: vftmom247 | 2013/09/08

The Power of A Praying World

Let there be peace on earth…

The Taylor Family Mission

This past Saturday, Pope Francis declared a Day of Prayer for World Peace, due to the current situation in Syria.

This was a really good thing to do.

It is so weird for us being Americans overseas this strange, bewildering week. People here in Germany are asking us what is going on, why the U.S. is determined to go to war with Syria, in spite of most of the world asking, if not begging, that there not be war. Including the Christians in Syria!

And we have no answers for them. We don’t get it either. It’s no comfort that it seems like most of America doesn’t get it either.

So, why was this Day of Peace an especially good thing? Well, hopefully, it will have an effect, and military action will not be taken, for starters.

For me, personally, the event gave me a little hope. We got to…

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