It's all about HOME...
This is such a sad story. Is that a photo of the funerals, Faye? If so, it's a fine show of respect for these officers. It must make you a proud Canadian to see this tribute.
Yes, it is Rhonda.. The RCMP attended from coast to coast.. There were around 5000 dressed in their beautiful red uniforms.. I am proud to be a Canadian.. Thanks, luv.. xo
Did you go Faye? We watched on TV and it was heart breaking. I think I cried most of the afternoon watching it.
Such a sad day. xo
Faye, thank you for sharing this picture that shows the tremendous support of the RCMP for their fallen and families. How proud you must be to be a Canadian. Hugs, Dianna xo
Sad day today...Had this verse come to mind tonight on my drive.."Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning."-Psalm 30:5Then, I saw a rainbow...a sign of God's promises...He's still faithful!
Such a sad day. Wonderful to hear Corporal Ross's pastor speak though.It is wonderful to know this young police officer loved and served Christ. My heart grieves too for the 24 year old man who had no outlet for his pain and anger choosing instead to inflict horrific pain on others. I hope he comes to the cross of Calvary. What Satan intended for evil, God can use for good.
Amen.What an amazing sight ; seeing the fellow officers march in support!!My husband is 3rd generation law enforcement, and both of our sons are 4th generation law enforcement. Tragedies like this affect us all, and each day, you pray for the safe return of your loved ones from serving our communities.K.
Agree! They have all been in my prayers.
Amen, was so heartbreaking,mGod Bless, Francine.
Yes Lord, and Amen!Blessings to all of you,J
Our prayers.Love, Carla and family
So sad , sending up a prayer for the families of the Fallen heroes. Blessings friend
Many prayers for allBlessings