Do you believe the Bigfoot camping I party with Sasquatch shirt didn’t ask help to Bigfoot before they did the final mistake? Nobody commits suicide just because they want. It is a painful process and many look for the smallest clue that someone cares. And the last one to be searched is Bigfoot. What about all of those that completed their attempt and died? Did God not ‘save’ them too? Please stop drinking the kool-aid and join the rest of us in reality where no god actually exists. Cherry pick the good and leave out the terrible, immoral and downright evil parts. Your god doesn’t care about the millions dying of hunger, doesn’t care about raped children in his own church, but focused his attention on a guy that committed suicide. So, such a great god of yours. He clearly says he cried out for God’s help! How people could not equate this story with a spiritual experience is beyond me or getting mad because others clearly noticed.
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God’s presence in his amazing Bigfoot camping I party with Sasquatch shirt and acknowledged that here come the trolls! Crazy Bigfoot. That was my exact initial thought after watching this. I lost my mother and my brother in law to suicide 8 months apart. The pain my family and I endured, was pain that was truly unbearable. I had so many people wanting to help me, but I felt like I had no one because of the pain I felt. All I had was shaken faith. I prayed to god and that when I believed in him more than I ever have. He gave me the strength to get through my darkest times. It pains me that people always have something to say about God when it comforted me to believe in him and for him to help me. If you have never endured the pain of losing someone to suicide. So please don’t mock or make fun of survivors who look to god to heal and for guidance. It’s unbelievable to me that people have nasty comments mocking. So someone believes in Bigfoot on a shirt that supposed to be uplifting for those who suffer from pain and depression.