"If the Lord delights in a man's way, He makes his steps firm: though he stumble, he will not fall, for the Lord upholds him with his hand." Psalm 37: 23-24
Courtesy: Fox 4 News Gabrielle Sarann
After 19 years of marriage, things went kaput! Jeanwell Napolean and his wife knew they needed help to salvage their marriage. So what better place to seek help than the church? Deacon Andrea Dallemand headed to the couples house to do just that, counsel and help. By all accounts, the deacon didn't necessarily feel like everything was hunky dory when he left. Listening to his account of the incident, it seems his spirit didn't sit well during the counseling session. You'll probably come to this conclusion too when you watch the video. The saddest thing about this situation; "the couples daughter was in the room at the time of the stabbing," according to authorities. There is no way to forget something like this, which means; the moment could very well be relived in the child's adult life. As adults we don't think about things like this, but we really should. Suppose the child grows up thinking this is an acceptable way to handle relationship problems? Is the church really there for couples when it counts, like before it gets to this point?
I guess this is another one of those"nobody knew moments."
We don't know how long the couple had been having problems, nor do we know anything about their church going status. I'm kind of concerned hearing a man of God say, a lost soul asked for prayer and he said: "I'm not gonna pray because I don't have a feeling to pray!" What on earth does that mean? Unless I heard wrong, this is what deacon Dallemand told Fox 4 reporter, Gabrielle Sarann in the video? "I just don't know."
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