We Need A Defensive Force At Our Schools - And Response

Thursday, February 22, 2018

It's not enough.

I want a defensive force at HCDE schools that will give a higher percentage rate of survival in the event an "Incident of Violence" occurs.

Somebody, multiple personnel, need to be armed and at the ready (on school property) in-case such an occurrence happens. 


Steve Hixon
Parent HCDE 

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I agree with you Steve but the need for such a posting is sad.  

I can remember at the start of each school day, a pledge of allegiance to our nation's flag.  

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." 

Then came a short prayer to Thee Living God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in Jesus’s name. 
Then later in the day was Bible class.  

Reading the Old Testament shows generations of the people obeying God and him blessing them and generations turning from God and they find themselves repenting and crying out for him. This repeats over and over to this very day. 

Jesus told us exactly what the future holds for this world. It’s been playing out for many years and there’s not one thing the world can do to stop it except cry out to God and repent and obey his word.  

Natural disasters, violence, disease, wars.  It’s going to get much worse. 

Jesus said “All these are the beginning of birth pains” Matthew 24:8 i.e. more rapidly and more severe.  

Therefore the devil and his world is almost in full throttle. The world hates Christians because it hated Jesus.  

Thus, the prosecutions and lawsuits directed towards our schools over praying at school and teaching the Bible by the spirit of the anti-Christ will go on because our courts and government will continue to uphold their assaults on our kids.  

Let’s keep dismantling God ordained marriages of men and women.  

Let’s stop referring to humans as male and female.  

There is nothing bad, you just be you.  

You/We is the reason Jesus came, to make us right with God because his wrath is here and will end with eternal finality in a lake of fire.  

Keep on blaming guns and global warming just don’t blame the atheists and their organizations.  

Sinner Saved By Gods Grace In Jesus Christ,

Michael Burns

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