Reverend Roberto Miranda: Wickedness does exist in this world

To view this site, you need to have Flash Player 9.0.115 or later installed. Click here to get the latest Flash player.

April 18, 2013, 12:08 pm
Print Article

(NECN) – Reverend Roberto Miranda spoke of the power that evil has over good at the “Healing Our City” Service in Boston.

“It may manifest itself for a moment, but must relinquish its power,” he said.

Miranda spoke of how evil does not stay, and it gives way for hope.

“Yes, weeping may stay for the night, but joy comes in the morning,” he said.

He spoke of how a flash of dark energy may hinder us, but only to extract from us an even greater measure of good and generosity.  

Watch the attached video for the full reflection.

Tags: bombing, Boston Marathon, service, Healing Our City, Roberto Miranda
Friday morning ceremony will honor the life of Collier, gunned down allegedly by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects
Josh Wairi, 27, is a 5th grade teacher in Cambridge, Mass.
Bauman lost both of his legs in the Boston Marathon bombings