Fruitful Fragrances at Galatia (9 of 10) by Donald Cantrell
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Galatians 5: 13-26
I - The Law of Love (13 - 15)
II - The Limitation of Lust (16 - 21, 24)
III - The Life of Liberty (22 - 23, 25 - 26)
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The famous preacher, Charles Swindoll once said, ''Kindness is a language that deaf people can hear and that blind people can see.''
Love Thy Neighbor
Jeremy Strohmeyer (born October 11, 1978) is a Long Beach, California man who murdered 7-year-old South Los Angeles elementary school student Sherrice Iverson (October 20, 1989 - May 25, 1997) at Primadonna Resort and Casino in Primm, Nevada, on May 25, 1997.
The case drew national attention by focusing on the safety of children in casinos and on the revelation that Strohmeyer's friend, David Cash Jr., said he saw the crime in progress but did not stop it.
In the early morning hours of May 25, 1997, two men, Jeremy Strohmeyer (age 18) and David Cash, Jr. (age 17), were at the Primadonna Resort and Casino at Primm, Nevada, near the California border. The two young men had arrived at the gambling establishment, accompanied by Cash's father, from their homes in Long Beach.
At around 4 a.m., Strohmeyer began repeatedly making apparently ''playful'' contact with 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson, who was roaming the casino alone. The young girl's father was gambling and drinking. Her older brother Harold was supposed to be watching her but failed to do so, resulting in Sherrice running around unmonitored. The girl had been returned to her parents several times through the day, having been found alone by security. Eventually, Strohmeyer followed Sherrice into a women's restroom.
While in the restroom, the two began throwing wet paper wads at one another. Sherrice then reportedly tossed a yellow plastic ''Wet Floor'' sign at Strohmeyer. At around this time Strohmeyer's friend, David Cash, entered the restroom and witnesse ...
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