I'm a believer that God is in charge of justice...
And I should let go of anger.
I had a little 2-year-old-girl once. (I'm posting some pictures of her - for emphasis.) If she'd gone missing, I would have called the police within minutes. And I would have put up flyers everywhere with her little picture on it. I would have moved heaven and earth to find her.
I would have been one miserable person if she were missing.
I remember when Casey Anthony was arrested. It made news because of the horror of what was found: her little girl's duct-taped face, and that was after Casey had lied about a nanny taking her, etc., etc., etc.
The media was reporting the horrific news.
I don't blame the media for me being mad.
The jury found Casey not guilty.
(I'm speechless on that.)
'Course I'm just a regular citizen who has a blog and well, I wasn't going to blog about it... but decided this morning to go ahead.
(I may delete it.)
I read that the famous N.T. Wright (former Bishop of Durham in the Church of England, and renowned New Testament scholar) listed three things that are paramount in God's Kingdom in heaven - and here on earth. They are BEAUTY, JUSTICE and RELATIONSHIPS.
I'm thinking that somehow that list (and that namedropping) makes me justified with my anger.
Ah, but I really need to hand it over to God.
As I need to do with everything.
Who am I to have an opinion on this?
Well, I'm the only me I've got...
And I need to pray for Casey Anthony.
Here's my daughter, Laura (on the right) - all grown up - with her beautiful sister-in-law, Bailey Jo...
There won't be any such pictures of Caylee.
I think we can be mad about that.