Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Police seek suspect accused of stealing from elderly woman: Black women, 'thou shall not steal'

Allegedly, Katherine Allen Carter, 54 stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from an elderly woman. Carter was supposed to be caring for the lady and thought she was so slick to get away with it, but police discovered she pawned most of the jewelry.  Although some has been recovered she still must pay for her crime and do time. Sisters, no matter how bad times get, do not ever steal from anyone. 

This is a very bad situation that happens too often this elderly lady was depending on someone she thought she could trust, but obviously Kathrine thought she was too old to realize her jewelry was missing.   Believe it or not, some black women take certain jobs to see what they can get away with and do not even realize there are spiritual laws they must abide by.  One specific scripture found in Exodus 20:15 commands us not to steal: 'Thou Shall not steal.'   We do not know where people get the myth we no longer have to follow the Old Testament of The Ten Commandments, but if that was so, then the police would not be looking for Katherine Carter, right now. 

 Sisters, if you have a problem with stealing things from other people, you need Jesus Christ in your life.  In 2 Cor. 5:17, it says this, 'Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creation: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.'  God can make you into a new woman, but you have to want to change, He can't force you.  God bless and welcome to the body of Christ.If you desire to change, please go straight to our Salvation page and accept the Lord into your life before it is everlasting too late.   Did you know you can go to hell for theft?  Say if you stole something and died tonight, just where do you think your soul will go?  Certainly, not with Jesus, so accept Him, now black women.  

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Police seek suspect accused of stealing from elderly woman



Police in Dunwoody say they are seeking a caregiver who is accused of stealing thousands of dollars in jewelry from an elderly woman she was aiding.

According to Dunwoody police, 52-year-old Katherine Allen Carter is accused of stealing the jewelry from the victim's home in Dunwoody from...Read full article, here.

Source and Photo: MyFoxAtlanta.com



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