My heart is with you

I’m writing from Madagsac Island
My english is not perfect but I have to talk with you
God has a message for Oscar
This message is in the Bible
Psalm 103:13-14
Just as a father has compassion on his children, So the LORD has compassion on those who fear Him.
So Oscar, You just have to just pray for forgivness
Our God loves you so muchh
He is in pain because of what happen to you.
And, me my heart is with you
Be bold and stay in fellowship with God by Jesus
God is with You

Pricilla Nirina Narindra

Thoughts and Prayers

Hi I am sending thoughts and prays to both of the families at this horrible time and hopefully that they will manage to get by day by day and I pray for you’s in 2018 …….

Emma Louise Teeling

Watchword – March 4th

We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; we are perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed – always carrying about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus, that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our body.
~ 2 Corinthians 4.8-9

I Understand


I’m writing from Sydney, Australia, and I just wanted to let you know that after a recent incident i experienced in my own home, I think that what happened to Reeva was a horrible accident.

I know that you’re not crazy, you wouldn’t have shot the woman you loved. Past incidences can always be brought up to make anyone look unstable. In saying that the incident that I experienced was similar to your story. I was sleeping next to my wife when we both awoke in the middle of the night randomly. We exchanged a few words and then what felt like two seconds went past and I heard a noise in the bathroom. I got up straight away took a few breaths and started making the 4 metre journey to the bathroom. In my head my wife was laying peacefully next to me and in my reaction I started heading to the bathroom straight away. I took a couple of deep breaths and cocked my fist back, as I was walked through the doorway the light switched on and it wasn’t an intruder, it was my wife. That was a fright because I was certain for all money that she was in the bed I had just come from and then to see her left me shocked and confused.
I was ready to attack whoever was in my bathroom. I didn’t check the bed for my wife because in my head she was already next to me. Now in Australia we have very strict gun laws. Handguns are not allowed in public hands. However I feel that if I had access to a pistol I would have probably grabbed it in the heat of the moment in order to protect my property. Our bathroom doesn’t have a door (separate toilet and shower) and luckily my wife turned the light on before I punched her.

We had been arguing early on in the day but nothing serious. I imagine though if I did punch her and attack her that night because I thought she was someone else, the neighbors would paint a really negative image of us being angry with each other during the day and leading me to attack my wife.

I guess what I’m trying to say is that because of what happened to me I now believe that what happened on that terrible day was a heartbreaking accident for everyone involved. I don’t think you did it on purpose due to my own experience. I’m of a similar age to you and just wanted to reach out and stay I’m sorry for your loss. It must be hard to mourn when everyone thinks you had malice towards her. I feel for you. I hope you turn this all around mate.

From the other side of the world.

Kind regards,

David Daniel