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In response to a cruel writer’s “deduction” that children’s spelling errors in their cards to their parents were proof of their forgery, a woman responds…

As a mother I come with tears from the bottom of my heart. How terrible is the imagination that it could be one of my daughters or sons who wrote this, one of my children they could have ripped from me, according to their opinion, I made a “mistake” (an error).

For this satanically guided writer I just want to say that we should pray for him, that our Father would show him mercy!

This writer has no idea what is really important: to write right or to live right! And to instruct those who are entrusted to you in the right way of the Creator!

School and Education: If I would like that my children would not have to submit to state or independent (free) schools to their respective ideologies, I would have to leave the country of school obligation (der Schulpflicht).

Here the state control goes too far that parents also who don’t live in one [of Germany’s] many religious communities, on reasons of their faith decide that children should learn at home, and be taught by their parents—this is a dilemma already for years. How many families move abroad and accept inexpressible problems for doing so?

It is a Shame that children who want to go back to their parents are not allowed to! May our Father give them protection and not let their little hearts harden!

May you parents give up the bitter struggle and go and find peace in another country. Let us be full of confidence that our liberation comes and that justice will be established.

L. Erhard

October 18, 2015

Some of the children’s Cards

Channinahs letter 10-10-1

 

Channinahs letter 10-10-1
Dear Abba and Imma,

The visit with you yesterday was beautiful at last we saw each other. Hopefully, we will come home soon. I miss you so badly. We must not cease to pray. Every day we come nearer to our target day. I love you soooo much! What are you doing now? I look forward to our next visit!!

Your daughter,

Chaninah Leviyah

Brief02_1

Brief02_2

Dear Imma (Hebrew for mother),

I drew this picture for you.

The sheep are the community, because we have to stay together.

We must never give up.

I dreamed that we are coming home next week. Hopefully it is true.

I miss you sooo much.

I am going to the eye-nose-throat doctor. I might have to have my tonsils taken out. They are really swollen.

If I have to get them out, maybe you can come visit me more often.

I love you very, very much

(Literally: I love you so much it hurts.)

Your Chaninah

Brief01_1

Brief01_2

Dear Abba (Hebrew for father),

This drawing is for you.

You are like the tree that nourishes us; you feed us when we are hungry and we can hold onto you when we are shaky (have nothing to hold onto).

I miss you sooo much. And love you more than anything.

I had a dream. Imma can tell you all about it.

Love you, your Chaninah

The visit with you yesterday was beautiful at last we saw each other. Hopefully, we will come home soon. I miss you so badly. We must not cease to pray. Every day we come nearer to our target day. I love you soooo much! What are you doing now? I look forward to our next visit!!

Your daughter,

Chaninah Leviyah

Brief02_1

Brief02_2

Dear Imma (Hebrew for mother),

I drew this picture for you.

The sheep are the community, because we have to stay together.

We must never give up.

I dreamed that we are coming home next week. Hopefully it is true.

I miss you sooo much.

I am going to the eye-nose-throat doctor. I might have to have my tonsils taken out. They are really swollen.

If I have to get them out, maybe you can come visit me more often.

I love you very, very much

(Literally: I love you so much it hurts.)

Your Chaninah

Brief01_1

 

Brief01_2

 

Dear Abba (Hebrew for father),

This drawing is for you.

You are like the tree that nourishes us; you feed us when we are hungry and we can hold onto you when we are shaky (have nothing to hold onto).

I miss you sooo much. And love you more than anything.

I had a dream. Imma can tell you all about it.

Love you, your Chaninah