Kris and Andrew,
Thanks for the tremendous hard work you guys put in, and I am so glad that the assisted suicide thing went down.
Thanks for the encouragement. In it with you,
Great words of encouragement. We must continue to fight hard by standing strong for the faith that has been given to us. Defeat is not fatal or final but is used to forge our shield of faith. Thank you for all that you do. Keep up the good work and keep believing for the impossible.
I was waiting to hear what you had ti say about the election, it was a sign of hope to me for I was a little downhearted after the result of the election
As you know I do Bible presentation at St Theresa in North Reading and if its O.K. with you I will use your video for the group.
“The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we attain too cheaply, we esteem too lightly. It is adversity that gives everything its value.” Thomas Paine
It is interesting that large contiguous areas of MA voted alike. Boston and its affluent western suburban towns, the far north shore, the Cape and Islands and the Berkshires, regions characterized by affluence voted to make it legal to kill yourself. Middle income and working class areas of the state north of Boston around Lowell (excluding Andover), south from Brockton to New Bedford, and the mid-state regions around Worcester and Springfield opposed forcing doctor’s to co-operate in killing their patients.
Evidently, the well-to-do have a low tolerance for life and suffering and want the option to legally kill themselves and prefer the burdensome others do the same. The struggling middle class and large concentrations of immigrants hold out more hope and perhaps see life as an opportunity to build a future.
Thank you for all your heroic efforts for family, freedom, and life!
God Bless You!
Thank you so very much, Kris, for this amazing word of encouragement. My oldest daughter, who lives in Ct, wept on the phone with me as we connected and consoled each other late on Tuesday night. I am going to share this with her right away.
My husband pastors an evangelical church in Wellesley. We currently reside in Medfield.
“If God be for us, who can be against us,” indeed!
May He bless you richly along with all those who continue to “fight the good fight” either on the front lines or behind the scenes.
Amen and Amen! What a great reminder in the midst of discouragement. I especially love John Quincy Adams quote, “Duties are ours. Results are Gods.”
Thank you Kris. In a time of near total despair, the fact that good people like you and others took the challenge of Q2 and led to its defeat gives me a much needed measure of hope. I fear this will be a momentary victory, however, for the opposition will not stop. They will be back.
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