Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Bobby Shindler To Governor Bush: Please Save My Sister...

Hyscience writes about Terry Schiavo's brother Bobby Schindler who phoned the governor pleading that his sister not be allowed to be killed by her own husband. Today is the big day, the day that will, if Mr. Schiavo goes through with it, go down as a dark day in Florida history. I pray that somehow, some way, God's spirit is tugging at this mans' heart, compelling him to do the right thing. I am upset that I feel so helpless in this, that there isn't really much I can do, being so far removed from the happenings. If someone out there has some type of contact with Mr. Schiavo, I beg you to approach him, talk to him calmly and with love, and try to compel him to understand that whatever the reason he has for doing this, ultimately, it is not worth it. Whatever he is hiding will come to light anyway, whatever he believes Terry may have wanted, is a moot point, that no matter what he may get out of this, ending the life of his wife will only serve to take part of his own. It will dwindle the meaning of his life and life in general, to him and others who may follow in his footsteps.

Where are the Jesse Jacksons and Al Sharptons when it really matters? They can come to the rescue of chickens but not someone who truly cannot help themselves! Amazing!

Lord I pray your will be done.

World Net Daily Reports that Judge Greer ordered an emergency stay until 5 p.m. tomorrow.
Florida's 2nd District Court of Appeal issued a one-page mandate today dissolving its stay -- the last judicial block to removing the tube.

Later, however, Pinellas-Pasco, Fla., Circuit Court Judge George Greer ordered an emergency stay until 5 p.m. tomorrow, ensuring the tube will remain in place until after a scheduled 2:45 p.m. hearing.

Thats tomorrow Feb. 23rd. I pray that this will turn the tide in favor of Terry and her parents. Glory be to God.

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