For each weekday Gospel pericope, Connections DAILY provides an image or idea for a brief, one-to-two minute homily, concluding with a brief prayer that summarizes the point.
We are completely overwhelmed with the extent of the support for Oscar. Please note that we are unable to entertain any signed autograph requests at present. Your heartfelt thoughts and prayers are appreciated at this difficult time Thank you A message of support, all the way from St Petersburg, Russia Noluthando I wish God grace can be with both families.
People of SA you must learn to let the law take its course. Oscar you made us proud in the world by your courage please keep strong Carina I feel so sorry for Oscar.
I hope he stays strong. Kevin L Just wanted to offer some words of support to Oscar! At the end of the day no-one else was there at the time this tragedy took place. I am absolutely sure that this is not a terrible mistake.
Strength, faith and serenity. God will not abandon him. I wish him the best of luck and pray for him and the all families involved. He must let God handle it and trust the right verdict will be pronounced in a court of law.
He is such an inspiration to so many people. This was nothing more than a tragic accident. Unfortunately, this is the kind of world we live in and that is truly sad.
May the loving support of your family, friends and fans help keep you strong for the days and months ahead. Jane Cumbria, UK Dear Oscar Pistorius I imagine that even your own family and friends are unable to console you, so it is unlikely that a message from a stranger in the UK will help.
However I am compelled to try because there is no more I can do to help you. I have been moved to tears by the tragedy. I completely believe it was an accident, and I hope you are soon released and somehow find respite from your torment.
I first saw you last year at the 2 Olympics — only on the Tv as I am a full-time carer. I was awed by your personality more than your running, though I have never before been so thrilled by watching sport and I found myself watching your races over and over.
As I heard more about your life you have become my inspiration — and I have never known someone to affect me in this way. It seems you have this effect on people worldwide. You are a godsend to people both able and disabled.
I personally know of children terribly injured in accidents who have regained direction and self-worth from your example. You have given so very much to the world and will have the support of millions. Unfortunately the press makes its money from sensation and is always quick to destroy people.
Also there are people who like to be rude and cruel whilst hiding behind the anonymity of the internet. But you will always have the gratitude and admiration of those millions you have inspired. It is sadly true however that grief is not lessened by sharing it, but living through grief requires much support and I am hoping that these letters of support will at least prevent you thinking that your story is not believed.
I read the long, excellent letter sent to you by Andrea of Stockholm and she has put my thoughts into words, as did Lynne of South Africa. I am so very sad that you have had to suffer the loss of both your inspirational mother and now Reeva too.
I do hope you can find a future for yourself. Clearly you have family and friends who hold you in the highest regard, who love you deeply, who want you to survive this.
There are so many kids too that need you in their lives, which perhaps may give you another reason to persevere through this horrendous nightmare. I may only be 12 years old but I look up to you with pride and Joy.
I also have a disability but mine is a little bit different to yours as mine has got to do with my learning ability, you see I have Autism,Adhd, Dyspraxia and Dyslexia. I have been bullied quite alot at school and called names but I always remember what you say that having a disability means nothing at all.
You have given so much to others. You have made a difference to so many children and given them hope and dreams to follow and fulfilI have been praying so hard for you and am so glad that God answered my prayers.
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Matthew and Luke also share precise wording in several areas that does not occur in Mark, and historians are sure that a common source document was used for all of them. Melissa Wiggins. I appreciate this must be an absolutely hellish time for you all.
I would like to write to Mr Pistorius in due course and offer my support.. if there is an address to where I . KrisAnne Hall was born and raised in St. Louis, MO and began her career as a biochemist, Russian linguist for the US Army, and a prosecutor for the State of leslutinsduphoenix.comne also practiced First Amendment Law for a prominent national non-profit Law firm.