Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The Day After

It's a sad day. I'll never understand how a man who - based on his "connections" - could hardly pass a security check point can become President of the United States. Mentioning his record on life death is too painful to mention. Alice poignantly let Scripture's plaintive cry speak for itself:

"A voice was heard in Ramah, sobbing and loud lamentation; Rachel weeping for her children, and she would not be consoled, since they were no more." Matthew 2:18.

My daughter reminded us all this morning, "Well, God's our President, anyway." 

3 comments:

Juli said...

Why can't we just all be like the little children? We just complicate so much don't we?

jess s said...

We're struggling here too. What could people possibly like about Obama?

SBA said...

Amen to that. We and the whole extended clan are basically in shock and grief. Not just "what does this mean for the next 4 years?" but also, possibly, for America and for generations to come...
but yes, your daughter is right. god's in charge and unsurprised...
love from all the (Bradley) Aricos-
~Susan