A Very Sad Day

border policeman

(Photo from Jpost.com)

Border police officer First Sergeant Salomon Gabaria from Be’er Yaakov was killed this morning in the town of Har Adar, outside of Jerusalem, in an attack, along with two security officers.  Salomon was only 20 years old.  Please pray for the families of these young men who were brutally killed.

I see all this nonsense on the news, in tabloids, on Facebook, and realize that unfortunately many people do not take any notice that in other places in the world there are attacks, hunger, and real pain.

I also want to mention that we should be praying for those in Puerto Rico, who have suffered great devastation.  And also the victims of the Mexican earthquake.  Realize that these types of events are going to become more and more frequent.

4 thoughts on “A Very Sad Day”

  1. Absolutely agree with you. Also in our prayers, I would like us to pray for Believers not only to pray, But to directly help in person, if your are able, through various missions and government channels to make difference on the ground, or financially. -In the case of the earthquake and hurricane. I pray that this would be a time for believers display the LOVE of Messiah Yeshua in our actions, so it would be a witness to the world of God’s love. May we as Christians “stand out” in this hour of tragedy as salt and light, that the people in this fallen world would know that there is God, and there is hope, and that is through Messiah Yeshua!! our Lord and redeemer. Blessed be his holy name.

  2. Thank you posting and sharing Salomon’s picture. There were no pictures when I read the sad news on BBC news app late last night. I will continue to pray and support for all my distant brothers and sisters in Israel. Of course I will continue to pray for the victims of these devastated earthquakes and hurricanes as well as the first responders and volunteers. Yes, these events are happening more frequent.

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