It’s time to move on

To the editor:

I have lived in Steubenville for a few years and have met some really nice people, yet I’m so much wanting to move to a place I feel I can call home.

What I really wanted to say is the real Jesus I met many years who greatly influenced my life I have not found here. As a matter of fact, I found more actors and phonnies than I found real Christians. When I talk to hookers or whoever, it’s for the glory to go to God, not me or for me to get a pat on my back.

I found Jesus many years ago and found death and dying and actually, you’re so proud of the death and dying it scares me.

You brag of a lost time of the past – if you were more for Christ, then great, but I feel you never got that close to find the real Jesus, so in closing it will be very soon I leave this polluted and hypocritical area.

God bless you – you sure need it, and maybe some day you’ll find the Jesus you say you know and, hopefully, you will, but God forgive you for allowing greed and envy to rule you and narrow your hindsight, which can save the soul. For the love of money is the root of all evil of which you got here in many subtle forms – arrogance and complacency, just to mention a few.

May God help you.

William Murray