Ask for Forgiveness
My sisters and I have been dealing with a thief for more than four years now.
Our parents are both deceased and are buried in Johnson Grove Cemetery in Vass, N.C.
When you lose your parents, the only physical place you can go to feel close to them is their gravesite. Imagine going there time after time and finding that the beautiful flowers we did honest work to pay for are gone yet again.
We have had so many flowers stolen that we have lost count, but God hasn’t lost count.
Sunday is Mother’s Day, but it is also our mom’s birthday. Since you just stole from us again this week, hopefully Mother’s Day will be a peaceful one for us.
I have specifically asked God to prick your heart the next time you step foot on their plot with your unclean hands, and to touch you in such a way that you will fall down on your knees and ask for forgiveness right then and there.
We are pretty sure that we are close to getting you, but why risk an officer knocking on your door, offering you a free ride to Carthage, when all you have to do is ask for forgiveness and stop your stealing?
When you ask for forgiveness, and I hope that you do, you will do the right thing and, for a change, give them beautiful flowers, instead of taking them.
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