On July 20, 2012, James Holmes entered a cinema during the midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises” in Colorado and murdered 12 people. He was also convicted of 140 counts of attempted murder.
The jury deliberated for many hours before reaching their decision. Why?
Because the jury was involved in a serious quest for JUSTICE.
That James Holmes committed the massacre was not in dispute. What was in dispute in the jury room was this – should he die or go to jail for the rest of his life. In other words - what is the JUST sentence that we, as a jury, should determine together?
How does this incident relate to Malachi 3:16 - 4:6? Listen to this message by Stephen Cracknell. Read on...
(The first 5 minutes of this talk have been re-recorded due to a technical recording issue).