ALL Denver schools closed due to credible threat

Love His Appearing

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Hundreds of schools across Denver-area closed as search for 'dangerous woman' continues
The school closures came in the middle of the night amid credible threats against Denver area schools. 18-year-old Sol Pais is being sought by law enforcement.

Author: Erin Powell
Published: 9:31 PM MDT April 16, 2019
Updated: 7:09 AM MDT April 17, 2019


DENVER — Several of the state's largest school districts canceled classes for Wednesday in an unprecedented move while law enforcement searches for 18-year-old Sol Pais. She's accused of making threats to carry out an act of violence against the Denver area.

The cancelations started with Cherry Creek Schools and Douglas County Schools just before midnight Tuesday. Within minutes, several other districts posted their notices including Denver, Aurora, Jefferson County, Douglas County, Englewood, Adams 12, Mapleton, Boulder Valley, and St. Vrain.

https://www.9news.com/article/news/education/search-continues-for-dangerous-woman-infatuated-with-columbine-school-shooting/73-f94038bc-4372-40e2-9027-8d286162ceec

This is unprecedented. The world is getting darker by the moment. We are talking 100s of schools closed today due to this crazy woman who has come to Colorado for the sole purpose of shooting up a school or schools. Insane!
 

Neonap

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This is just.. Insanity. It's truly hard to live in a unbalanced world with such distorted individuals who seek to hurt or even murder others. I wonder what makes a human being become so evil?

Reminds me of this verse

But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived- 2 Timothy 3:13

Still.. Even though she clearly took a wayward path for whatever reason, she's still a sinner in need of a savior and every soul is precious in the eyes of God. I pray that this situation does not take a turn for a worse, and I pray for her salvation.
 

ItIsFinished!

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Yes it most certainly is a tragic story (reality).
Just imagine this world when the Bride (Church) is gone as well as the restraints of the Holy Spirit.
It makes the state of urgency that more urgent in a lost and dying world to get the gospel out to as many people as possible.
So many hopeless people in this world .
They need to have an encounter with Jesus Christ.
They absolutely need to be exposed to the gospel.
 

JSTyler

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Yes it most certainly is a tragic story (reality).
Just imagine this world when the Bride (Church) is gone as well as the restraints of the Holy Spirit.
It makes the state of urgency that more urgent in a lost and dying world to get the gospel out to as many people as possible.
So many hopeless people in this world .
They need to have an encounter with Jesus Christ.
They absolutely need to be exposed to the gospel.
There was a recent thread about this here at RF. A couple weeks ago maybe? It is a great conversation and I'm glad for the reminder you give
It makes the state of urgency that more urgent in a lost and dying world to get the gospel out to as many people as possible.
We have our work cut out for us. I wanna Harpazo, with an exhausted body and worn out voice.
 

Love His Appearing

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This has just really shaken our community. I can't imagine the turmoil she must have been experiencing before she took her own life, and I am so grateful that her threats were taken seriously by law enforcement. I feel like she just got in over head and couldn't find a way out. Yes, it's mental illness. But it's also a whole lot of pain. And although she intended to do harm, this is the FOURTH teen suicide here in less than a month. The 11th since the school year began. My kids are in high school and above, but the conversations that my friends are having right now with their little ones are just heartbreaking.
 
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