The horror that normally only occurs in scary movies became a reality this 'Friday the 13th'
as an act of terror took over Paris, France. What started off as a hostage
situation in a concert hall turned into a mass murder leaving over 130 people
dead and more attacks insuing.
People of faith and Christian leaders shared their kinds words and prayers out to the familiers who were attacked in Paris.
Check out the messages below:
I am shaken, I don't understand these things, done by human beings… There cannot be justification,
religious or human. It's inhuman," an emotional pontiff said during a telephone interview with TG2000
television.I am with all those with suffer, and with France, which I love so much.
T.D. Jakes Ministries:
Our hearts go out to those in Paris whose lives were destroyed by these apparent acts
of terrorism. We pray for those families suffering an unimaginable loss, for the city
that must recover from such shocking acts of violence and for those in the midst of recovery.
We pray most urgently that the perpetrators would be brought to justice swiftly so that no other
city or nation suffers so senselessly
Joel Osteen Ministries shared Lakewood Church's photo:
Please pray for Paris. âª#PrayForParisâ¬
Rick Warren ( @RickWarren)
Please pray for the victims of terrorism in Paris today,
Pray for the people in Paris, France. âª#prayâ¬
Creflo A. Dollar:
As we hear the horrific news about the attacks on Paris, let us respond in prayer
and take authority over this situation. âª#PrayingForParisâ¬
All details about the job fair are as viewed on the ABC7 NEWS Website
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CHICAGO (WLS) -- A job fair for veterans will be held at Chicago's Union Station on Tuesday.
CareerBuilder and Fifth Third Bank are hosting the job fair from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Great Hall at
500 West Jackson Boulevard in Chicago. To register for the job fair, CLICK HERE.
Organizers said more than 30 local companies are looking to hire new employees, including
Fifth Third, Metra, CTA, Loretto Hospital, University of Chicago Medicine, Orion Energy Systems
Job hopefuls can have professional headshots taken and have financial consultations done for free at
the job fair. They can also attend a free workshop by international speaker and trainer Sima Dahl on "how
to leverage LinkedIn for your job search." For more information, call (312) 704-4179. For advice on how to
make the most of the job fair for veterans, check out this article from CareerBuilder.
A veterans appreciation rally will follow the job fair. Jim Cornelison of the Chicago Blackhawks will sing the
national anthem to kick off the event at 2 p.m. A separate job fair for veterans will be held at Triton College
in northwest suburban River Grove from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Tuesday. The event will be held at the Student Center
cafeteria in Building B at 2000 5th Avenue.