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Tragic re-word Psalm 23 by Heroin addict

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Re: Tragic re-word Psalm 23 by Heroin addict

Post  Spirit_Quest on Fri 08 Jul 2011, 6:37 pm

I don't want to read this, but I can relate. My firstborn is 100% heroin junkie. I could tell you many nasty stories of the chances, hopes, love and things that have pushed us to our limits with her. Her first and only love, is the needle. If I let myself cry, it's very hard to stop. I'm not in denial, as I have kids and grandkids. I continue praying for my daughter, and still hope that one day the Lord will save her. She's had countless trials of
overdoses and still she's using. What used to be my daughter is no longer. I pray that we
are reunited in the hereafter. Please don't judge me until you've walked in my shoes.
I saved this copy of the psalm. I'd like to circulate it so others can see how it eats away
at the love (and survival) of a human being. God bless them & their families. :(


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Tragic re-word Psalm 23 by Heroin addict

Post  Admin on Sun 05 Jun 2011, 10:53 am

"King Heroin Is My Shepherd, I Shall Always Want."
These tragic words were part of a twisted rewording of the beloved 23rd Psalm,
found in a car with the body of a 23-year old young woman, Her death was ruled a suicide from a hook-up
with the car's exhaust pipe.
The note read:

"King Heroin is my shepherd, I shall always want.
He makes me to lie down in the gutters."
"He leads me beside the troubled waters.
He destroys my soul.
He leads me in the paths of wickedness."
"Yes, I shall walk through the valley of poverty
and will fear no evil
for you, heroin, are with me."
"Your needle and your capsule comfort me."
"You strip the table of groceries
in the presence of my family."
"You rob my head of reason.
My cup of sorrow runs over."
"Surely heroin addiction shall stalk me
all the days of my life,
And I will dwell in the house of the damned forever."

Also found in the car with the dead woman was this message:
"Jail didn't cure me. Nor did hospitalization help me for long. The doctor told my family it would have been better, and indeed kinder, if the person who got me hooked on dope had taken a gun and blown my brains out, and I wish to God he had."

Jesus is the Way, The Truth, and The Life.
The Bible. The book of John Chapter 14 verse 6.

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