Where Can We Turn For Peace?

My heart is with those in Brussels. This morning I learned that one of our students was in the airport when the terrorist attacks went off. Four missionaries were seriously hurt. Thirteen people were killed.

I can’t fathom what ISIS thinks they are accomplishing? If it’s hate, then let us fight with love and light right here in our own homes and communities. Love is a grassroots movement. The hand that rocks the cradle rocks the whole world.

“Religion offers no shield for wickedness, for evil, for those kinds of things. The God in whom I believe does not foster this kind of action. He is a God of mercy. He is a God of love. He is a God of peace and reassurance, and I look to Him in times such as this as a comfort and a source of strength.” –Gordon B. Hinckley


3 thoughts on “Where Can We Turn For Peace?

  1. Dana

    I love that quote, Amy – so, so true. I can’t fathom how people commit such horrible acts and think they are doing it in the name of God. But I have to believe that there is so much more good in the world, and that love is more powerful than hate.


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