The Voice In The Attic ~


Sarah, Gwen, GLENN, Josh, Tyler and Mason Swindell

Sarah, Gwen, GLENN, Josh, Tyler and Mason Swindell

If you are interested in what happened to my son please go to my blog

~ The Voice in The Attic ~

https://thevoiceintheattic.wordpress.com/

Here is just a glimpse into what did happen . . .

I’m searching for answers,
and what the truth will bring
I’m waiting for the police . . .
to do their administrative thing.

For, what happened to my son,
was not just of his own hand. . .
and the terror he went through
is spreading across our homeland.

The police have a special way,
of twisting around a witness story
so they can send in full forces
in a blaze of “Military” glory.

To “Serve and Protect,”
is no longer their official goal
they’ll destroy a whole family
while gassing an innocent soul.

What happen to my son,
I pray will not happen to yours
and the truth will reveal the horror
when police come knocking on the door!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Copyright 2014
Deborah Ann Belka

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31 responses to “The Voice In The Attic ~

  • Christine V Mitchell

    Dear Deborah
    I haven’t been on the site for a while. I’m so sorry to have just read of this terrible tragedy concerning your son, that happened in 2014. I can only imagine your heartbreak. I pray that justice will come. May God continue to uphold and comfort you all.
    Much love, Christine

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    • Deborah Ann

      Christine, thank you for your prayers. The trial is coming up and after that I will be able to share more on the blog. God has kept His promise of giving me peace which surpasses my understanding and Jesus kept His promise to guard my heart and mind so I am doing well. Much love back at you, Deborah Ann

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  • M.K. Aneal

    Hey my friend,
    I tried to click the link, but I couldn’t get through? Maybe it’s my device. *Prayers!*

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  • busy lady

    Deborah Anne, I went back and found a link to read what happened. How sad. God will bring justice, if not now, in the end. I am so sorry for your loss and the terrible way it happened. May God bring peace and healing to your family as you trust Him to receive glory through it. One promise He gives is that where sin abounds, grace abounds. Bless you.

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    • Deborah Ann

      Before I left to fly out to my son’s family God gave me the verse Philippians 4.7 and He gave me not only the peace, but He guarded my mind and heart so as the awful events of the night unfolded I didn’t lose it. I still have God’s peace and He is still protecting my mind and heart two year later! What a wonderful, faithful God we have. For when I am weak, He is strong, when I am hurting, He is my balm, when all is dark, He is my Light . . . One day I hope to tell the whole story, maybe even write a book! God will bring justice either now or in the end and His is all that matters to me. Thank you for taking the time to read this and I am glad you found a link. I will fix the other one I hope. What link did you use? ~ Have a blessed day with Jesus ~

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  • busy lady

    I was looking further on your site and found the link about your son Glenn but wasn’t able to access it. Loosing a son would be so hard, but God can heal. May He continue to heal you and your family.

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    • Deborah Ann

      I will go check out the link. I haven’t been on the site for a long time. Since there is a lawsuit going I am very careful with what I post or have to say about it for the families sake. God has been with me through all of this and I know for a fact that He will always be. I find great comfort in my faith! ~ Blessings ~

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  • Janetteartandwords

    Deepest Sympathies to you and your family, Deborah Ann. I pray God will comfort and bless you all. ~ Janette

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    • Deborah Ann

      Janette, thank you so much for you prayers. God has been good to my family and myself through all of this. He has give me such peace, which I claim daily sometimes hourly. I know He has His purpose and reason for everything and I trust Him with this and I know all things work together for good and I have to believe that He is working something good out of this tragedy. As I read my Bible I can see His hand on everything and I know He has His hand on us too. ~ Have a blessed day with Jesus ~ Deborah Ann

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  • moondustwriter

    I am so sorry for you and your family. My mother says “the orcs have been released to torment our society.” I do believe this is a look into the mouth of hell.
    May God be with each of you as you have to deal with this…

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  • Hodgepodge 4 the Soul™

    Deborah, thank you for following. Although I don’t know what happened to your son, I can feel your loss. Thank you for being so courageous in obey the Holy Spirit to be here, sharing yourself with all of us. And one day, we’ll all be reunited, running on the Streets of Gold. I’m glad you’re here… 🙂
    ~Dulcinea

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  • bdd3

    Deborah Ann, I just searched and read the story of Glenn. Words fail to express the depth of your heart and your pain. Deborah Ann is the name of my wife who died in 2009 from cancer and just seeing it reminds me both of the love we shared and the pain of losing her. I know too that your heart has been ripped out with these events and that you are seeking not answers but truth and I can reassure you that in Jesus you will find the truth and much more to aid and comfort during these days. I share two songs that have ministered comfort to me. Blessings.


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    • deborah ann

      Thank you so much for your kind words and prayers. I am sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved. The songs are wonderful and I am adding them to my worship collection. The truth will come out and I will be starting a blog that will be posting why this tragic situation occurred. There are many things that are wrong about the articles on the web and I will be correcting them as I see them. If you are interested you can follow the blog at https://thevoiceintheattic.wordpress.com/.

      Thank you again for your prayers they were indeed felt and sorely needed! ~ Blessings ~

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  • kathleenduncan

    My The Comforter be with you as you grieve. I know that Glenn is more alive now than we are. We still live in a world full of sin and death and sorrow. Those who have gone before us live in His presence, full of life, joy, and peace!

    I, too, have a son who died too young for my liking. My first attempt at poetry I posted on the anniversary of The Accident — “365 Days”. My prayer is that my blog glorifies God, honors my family, and helps others walking this path of grief.

    Your poetry is lovely! It glorifies our Lord beautifully. Thank you for sharing with us.

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    • deborah ann

      Thank you and I am sorry for your loss . . . I am so glad I have the Lord, who comforts and restores. Each day He renews us with His tender mercy and loving grace and makes the unbearable . . . bearable!

      ~ Blessings to you and yours ~

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  • Beulah Rajkumar

    Just stumbled on to your site and was amazed at how you are dealing with your grief. … God bless you as he uses you.

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    • deborah ann

      I know of some who during times of extreme pain and loss pull away from their Rock . . . I have chosen to shorten the line to my Anchor so that I may be even closer. God is good even when things aren’t! ~ Blessings in Jesus ~

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  • Family to the 5 Power!

    I am so sad to read that you are dealing with this very recent, unspeakable tragedy. I am deeply sorry to learn about your precious son. My heart grieves for you. May God lead you and yours to all of the answers you desire.

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    • deborah ann

      Thank you . . . His story will be one worth writing when all is said and done. God has been walking this path with me, otherwise I would surely faint away. But, His loving kindness is there holding me up and His grace helps me through each day. We will be getting answers by the end of the month and I will start sharing this journey on “The Voice in the Attic” page then. ~ Blessings ~

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  • Sherrey Meyer

    I am so sorry for the tragedy you have and are facing. I don’t know the details yet, but I am praying for your family. Thanks for stopping by my blog and choosing to follow along the journey with me.

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  • Pastor Roland Ledoux

    I am so very sorry to hear of this tragedy with your family! You and yours will be in our prayers. If there is one thing I believe with my whole being is the power of prayer as we come boldly before our Heavenly Father’s throne in the authority of Christ Jesus!
    Thanks for stopping by my new blog and I noticed a couple of your followers are also poets, some of whom I’ve known for many, many years through a different medium (ministry forums). I will tell you this, the Lord has given me a great love for poetry and especially “spirit inspired” although my taste is fairly eclectic! I wish, I had a poet’s creativity, but alas, the Lord has only allowed me to enjoy other’s poetry, but love it, none-the-less!
    If it’s okay, don’t be surprised if I reblog your poems from time to time. I am in the process of creating my Links page which is better than the WordPress “Blogs I Follow” widget, PLUS I can insert websites as well. If it is okay with you, as I follow your blog, I will be adding your link to my Links Page.
    Anyway, as you continue to go through your grief (not to mention the turmoil) you and your family are in our prayers. As I said, intercession is a powerful tool (weapon) the Lord has gifted ALL His children with and it is the greatest show of love to others, and especially strangers because it truly is unconditional!
    God bless you sister in Christ as you heal. He will NEVER leave you nor forsake you!

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    • theywhoseek

      Thank you for your prayers . . . I am so heartbroken and the Lord is working His healing power within me each and every minute. I trust Him in and for all things. Nothing is going to shake me . . . from this truth!

      Please feel free to reblog my poetry, they are truly words that the Lord gives me as I read, study and pray His word into my life.

      ~ Blessings in Jesus ~ Deborah Ann

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  • Heather

    Find comfort in the prayers of those who you minister to on a daily basis! I can not imagine what you are going through during this time (and future months), but I know our God is able! He has given you a great gift, and I am very thankful for the daily words you share with the world. I have been able to use them as a time of blessing and encouragement to family and friends who are also in need of prayer. Be strong and of good courage…

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    • theywhoseek

      Thank you so much Heather . . . I am so sorry I haven’t responded sooner . . . but I am a littte slower these days . . . but God is giving me great strength and continued peace as I search for the truth.

      It blesses me so much to know that you are being blessed with the words God gives me to share. I am so thankful He can use me in such a way!

      Blessings to you and thank you for your prayers they are lifting me up each day 🙂 Deborah Ann

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