It’s so important to continue to campaign for love instead of hate.
NASHVILLE, TN (PRWEB)
October 02, 2017
As the nation struggles to make sense of last night’s horrific massacre at the Route 91 Music Festival in Las Vegas, Christian music artists are sharing their thoughts, offering hope and praying for peace…
Sadly we live in a flawed world and we’re all vulnerable. It’s so important to continue to campaign for love instead of hate. Love prevails, always. Praying and thinking of all the souls lost in Las Vegas and continued prayers for all the injured as well. God Bless you all and God Bless Las Vegas!
— MICHAEL SWEET (Recording Artist / Lead Vocals & Guitar for STRYPER)
The war between love and hate, good and evil rages on. Some days (like today) it feels as though the darkness is gaining the lead. We must not allow ourselves to believe that lie. The heroism of law-enforcement and first responders along with the total strangers who saved lives is a testament to the goodness which will ultimately overcome the darkness. Our Hope abides in the reality of Jesus.
— GARY CHAPMAN
I don’t have the words to describe how heavy my heart is after today’s events in Las Vegas. It seems the evil in this world is exacerbating so quickly. We all have to keep spreading the word of Jesus Christ he is truly the answer.
— JOHN ELEFANTE (Recording Artist / Former member of KANSAS)
My heart goes out to all those affected by that heinous attack in Las Vegas. My family and I will be praying that somehow, someway God will be able to give peace, comfort, and strength.
— JOANNE CASH
I am deeply saddened to hear of another senseless tragedy. My heart is broken for the victims and their families. This is a subject that is very dear to my heart. My father was also killed by the…