BENTON, La. - A woman jailed after four of her infant daughter‚Äôs toes were gnawed off says the family‚Äôs pet ferret did it, not their pit bull pup as police had said.
But her husband blames the dog, a city official said.
‚ÄúThe way the bite marks were on her foot, the ferret being out of its cage, I knew it wasn‚Äôt the dog,‚ÄĚ Mary Hansche told KTBS-TV on Tuesday.
The month-old girl was injured Dec. 10 as Hansche, 22, and her husband, Christopher Hansche, 26, slept; they woke up when they heard her crying. The parents were jailed in lieu of $50,000 bond each, booked with child desertion and criminal negligence....
Parttwo one fit to go out to battle; and is so translated in a multitude of places in our common English version. I shall mention but a few, because they are sufficiently decisive: Isaac was called נער naar when twenty-eight years old, Gen_21:5-12; and Joseph was so called when he was thirty-nine, Gen_41:12. Add to these 1Ki_20:14 : ‚ÄúAnd Ahab said, By whom [shall the Assyrians be delivered into my hand?] And he said, Thus saith the Lord, by the Young Men, בנערי benaarey, of the princes of the provinces.‚ÄĚ That these were soldiers, probably militia, or a selection from the militia, which served as a bodyguard to Ahab, the event sufficiently declares; and the persons that mocked Elisha were perfectly accountable for their conduct.
Clarke commentary ‚ÄúBut was it not a cruel thing to destroy forty-two little children, who, in mere childishness, had simply called the prophet bare skull, or bald head?‚ÄĚ I answer, Elisha did not destroy them; he had no power by which he could bring two she-bears out of the wood to destroy them. It was evidently either accidental, or a Divine judgment; and if a judgment, God must be the sole author of it. Elisha‚Äôs curse must be only declaratory of what God was about to do. See on 2Ki_1:10 (note). ‚ÄúBut then, as they were little children, they could scarcely be accountable for their conduct; and consequently, it was cruelty to destroy them.‚ÄĚ If it was a judgment of God, it could neither be cruel nor unjust; and I contend, that the prophet had no power by which he could bring these she-bears to fall upon them. But were they little children? for here the strength of the objection lies. Now I suppose the objection means children from four to seven or eight years old; for so we use the word: but the original, נערים קטנים nearim ketannim, may mean young men, for קטן katon signifies to be young, in opposition to old, and is so translated in various places in our Bible; and נער naar signifies, not only a child, but a young man, a servant, or even a soldier, or one fit to go out to b
Pastor Mike Ph D, you should also take note that the children were mockers of God's prophet, and that the mauling would have taught them and probably many thousands of other people a good lesson, perhaps a life-saving and soul-saving lesson.
The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom and our God is a consuming fire and He is a God who hears and answers prayers from a righteous man.
As to the poor woman and her baby in this news story, I'm sure it was Satan behind this tragedy, because now the CPS will have an excuse to take her baby away, and God only knows what will happen to the poor baby then.
The mother should have heard the screams of her baby. I do hope the baby will be okay, and that the mother will be able to keep her baby, and be a good and attentive mother from now on.
CPS is full of pedophiles and Satanists. Those who aren't of that persuasion usually get out of the business.
People today need to guard their children, homeschool them, protect them from vaccines and other "helpful" things Satan has to offer, and pray constantly for God's protection over them.
Pastor Mike, you keep posting II Kings 2:24 which I assume you think puts God in a bad light.
II Kings 2 tells of Elisha taking over the ministry of Elijah, taking up Elisha's mantel, and asking for a double portion of Elijah's spirit. Scripture records two events that happened shortly afterwards.
First, Elisha poured salt into the spring of waters in Jericho, that were dried up and the ground barren, and God healed the waters and the barren land, and Bible says they remain healed to this day.
The second thing is the children, who came out of the city of Bethel and taunted Elisha, a large crowd of them, probably 200 or more aged 6 to 10, saying "Go up, bald head." Elisha turned and cursed them, and two she bears came out of the woods and "tare" 42 of the children.
What I get from this is that Elisha had power to call down judgment of God, that he did in fact receive a double portion of Elijah's spirit, and I imagine from then on Elijah would be more careful about what and who he cursed.
And the other thing these scriptures tell me is, maybe it's not such a good idea to mock a true prophet of God. Word must have spread throughout the region also because of this incident.
Bible says: The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.