Many People & A few Pastors feel the Country should not be rejoicing  in the  death of Bin Laden.

As a Pastor & Spirit Filled Christian for over 30 years we do not endorse killings.We are   speaking personally our opinions & not that of our Church or any Religious Organizations We stand on the Scripture that the Law is For the Lawless. Americas Leaders that are elected to protect there Citizens cant stand by and let there innocent Citizens be killed and we just Pray and say we will let the Lord handle this.Yes we Pray and we are a firm believer in the Lord, The Bible & Prayer, that we have lived by most of our lives. When the Navy Seals asked him to surrender thats what he should have done. We have to obey authority. The Seals could not have waited for Bin Laden to kill them or ordered them to be killed.. Whats you views ?. Please remember we can disagree without becoming disagreeable.

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Everything Is Moving By The Power Of GOD.When He Get Tried Of Sin And Put His Hand On It,One Never Know How GOD Will Move By Death, Sickness[ETC] GOD Judgement Is Just,Personal I Don't Rejoice Over His Death,I Rejoice God's Will Have Been Completed In GOD Time.
There were many times in the bible when God wanted certain people killed.
So So True
I participate of a site where we pray for conversion of terrorists,,,one of the terrorists that are present in that site is osama bin laden,,,many christians were praying for him,,,so i can surely say osama's life was in Gods hands,,,,
i remember in the book of esther when haman died there was a celebration

These were the king's orders: The Jewish people in every city have the right to gather together to protect themselves. They may destroy, kill, and completely wipe out the army of any state or people who attack them. And they are to do the same to the women and children of that army. They may also take by force the property of their enemies.12 The one day set for the Jewish people to do this in all the empire of King Xerxes was the thirteenth day of the twelfth month, the month of Adar.13 A copy of the king's order was to be sent out as a law in every state. It was to be made known to the people of every nation living in the kingdom so the Jewish people would be ready on that set day to strike back at their enemies.

14 The messengers hurried out, riding on the royal horses, because the king commanded those messengers to hurry. And the order was also given in the palace at Susa.

15 Mordecai left the king's presence wearing royal clothes of blue and white and a large gold crown. He also had a purple robe made of the best linen. And the people of Susa shouted for joy.16 It was a time of happiness, joy, gladness, and honor for the Jewish people.17 As the king's order went to every state and city, there was joy and gladness among the Jewish people. In every state and city to which the king's order went, they were having feasts and celebrating. And many people through all the empire became Jews, because they were afraid of the Jewish people

Romans 13

Submission to Governing Authorities
 1 Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God. 2 Consequently, whoever rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves.


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