A friend of a friend posted this about the Sandusky verdict.
Please read it.


Last night at about 10:00 pm, the verdict was read for Jerry Sandusky: guilty on 45 out of 48 counts of sexual abuse of children. Immediately afterward, my Facebook and Twitter feeds exploded with reactions. Some were more classily worded than others, but across the board there was a sense of great relief and joy that justice had been done.

Along with many others, I posted this to my Facebook page:


A little later as I scanned my Twitter feed one last time before going to bed, I ran across this tweet:

What we would say to Jerry Sandusky if he walked in our church on Sunday directly reflects how we feel about the Gospel.

Those words hit me with the same force as a sucker punch to the gut. I could not go to sleep until I responded. I couldn’t say all I wanted to say in 140 characters…

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Published in: on June 24, 2012 at 8:50 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. Thank you so much for re-blogging this post. I feel strongly about this topic, as you may be able to tell! I look forward to getting to know you better through your blog!

    • Thank you for writing it.
      Cathy had told me about you. I’m glad I found your blog..

  2. I’m glad that justice was done, and I hope that the survivors of the abuse experience healing. Still, it’s difficult for me to feel joy over any aspect of this sad situation.

    • I agree. Maybe the publicity will educate people about how common sexual abuse is in our world. So many people suffer in secret, all their lives. May they find peace somehow.

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