Friday, August 26, 2016

Big Time!

Like I have done in the past, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll be sharing with you an e-mail I recently received.

This e-mail was from American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).  I copied and pasted it so you can read it.  Here it is:


Christians are being exterminated: beheaded, enslaved, crucified.

Today we have a major opportunity to defend them at the U.N.

Syria's Christians - 66% decimated. Iraq's Christians - 82% destroyed or displaced. The numbers are staggering. The pain is unbearable.

If we don't act, more Christians will die. It's our Christian duty - our legal obligation - to defend them.

We're aggressively expanding our largest legal advocacy effort in defense of Christians facing genocide. We've filed a legal demand with the State Department that could force it to act. We're preparing a letter to the presidential candidates to put them on record.

In just a few hours, we're sending a critical legal letter to the U.N. Genocide Office demanding action to 1) stop the genocide and 2) protect Christians.

Our deadline is looming. Take action for Christians facing genocide now.

Sign Our Petition: Stop the Genocide. Protect Christians.

Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel

If you took the time to read that e-mail message I received, you'll know that in the Middle East, our brothers and sisters in Christ, are suffering.  Suffering, BIG TIME!

Would you like to suffer the way fellow Christians are?  Would you like Muslims to spread the Genocide they have created, around the world?

I call upon the Lord, always. 

Just as we read, in Psalm 18:3, "I will call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised: so shall I be saved from mine enemies."

I call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised, so that He shall save me from my enemies.

I do whatever I can to help. 

Please, join me in speaking up/out.  Sign the petition.


And, whenever you can, preach the gospel to help convert and save unbelievers.  All, unbelievers.

Especially, Muslims... who are abusing and murdering fellow Christians in parts of the world.

May God bless you, for doing this.

Until next time...

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