Saturday, July 23, 2011 4:08 PM
Hi, it’s Andrew Cajita’s mom again. Glad to hear the good news about Bryan’s positive recovery & the capture of the people who did this to him...I just want you to know, you are never forgotten in our prayers to The Divine Mercy.
We will always be here for you should you have any questions. We are going in our 4th year in this ever life altering experience; and sometimes it feels like there is no end to the madness. Sometimes it feels like all the long wait and all the intense feelings of uncertainties wear you down to the ground, but just hang tough all the while.
Our family has managed to survive by just lifting our lives to GOD. “Resistance is futile, acceptance is the key.” One day will come when Bryan and Andrew will be completely healed in Jesus name.
As previously mentioned, both Bryan and Andrew were not all the time your “good boys.” But as mentioned in the gospel of Matthew, Jesus did not come to this world to save the Righteous, but rather to save the Unrighteous. Jesus came for the sick, not for the well being. Jesus was criticized for hanging out with the unrighteous, sinful people, like Matthew himself was a Tax collector, who was despised and outcast for the thought of overtaxing the people and enriching himself at the expense of others. But the moral of it was Matthew who was deemed a sinner, became one of the Jesus’ Apostles. Matthew is therefore likely to have experienced Jesus' call to be his disciple and apostle as an act of sheer, DIVINE GRACE. He by GOD’s Grace was afforded the opportunity to change his life around to turn back to GOD to receive His Saving Grace thru Jesus Christ. Bryan and Andrew, similarly like Matthew, received the same calling. Perhaps we should be thankful for this calling; that we got single out for this, to help others through our experiences and in the end, our intense suffering will have a great redemptive value in GOD’s Eyes. God Bless You.
Best regards, Stella Cruz