Here is what I just read by @raechelmyers on Instagram.
In response to @influencenet posting a photo that read "Pray for Dylann Roof"
"I'll admit, I'm angry with Dylann, too. And I found myself, with many others, feeling a bit like Jonah--Salvation is for me, not for the bad guys. Jonah didn't want to preach salvation to the Ninevites. He didn't think they deserved to be forgiven of their wickedness (the Ninevites were known for removing the noses and ears of their prisoners, temple prostitution, child sacrifice , infanticide and so much more).
But when Jonah finally took God's message to them, they repented in a desperate-for-God way. And our good God had mercy on them and they were saved.
If we believe that anyone is too far gone for God's mercy, then let's not pray for Dylann. If we believe we deserve God's mercy, but Dylann doest not, let's not pray for him. But friends, if you, like Paul find yourself being the "foremost sinner", grateful for the saving work of Jesus Christ in your own life (1 Tim. 1:15-16), then let's pray for Dylann Roof, too, guys. Let's believe that salvation isn't just for us, that Jesus came for the sickest sinners, and believe that God's mercy will always surpass our own. We aren't making anybody famous; we are believing the gospel is true."
Now I don't know about you,
BUT THAT IS GOOD!