I ran across this article and thought it was interesting…
I read that article earlier today. I consider it quite wrong that they’re being sold on eBay– if they were intended to be prayed over in their unopened state, they should be left that way, honoring those who wrote them. Certainly, they shouldn’t become a tidbit to be auctioned off to whoever’s interested…
Two errors with it, I think: The more minor one is that we can’t assume that the letters were not prayed over, since we don’t know how they got into the ocean. I know that if I were doing something like that, I would have a hard time throwing away those letters even if I had promised not to open them.
Second–thank God that whether they were prayed over or not, God heard each of those requests and *did* answer them!
I agree they shouldn’t be sold on ebay… And I don’t think they were intended not to be opened… I was under the impression that they were to be opened and prayed for specifically by the guy the letters were sent to
Hmmm. Thought I read that they were to be unopened somewhere, but I guess I misread something . . .
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