Friday, October 28, 2016


Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll discuss something that I believe happened to Zachariah Anani.  I believe he was murdered.

Do I know this to be a fact?  No.  But, I do believe what God revealed to me, after thinking and praying about knowing truth.

If you read LwL yesterday, you'll know that I was shocked.  Here's what I said (I copied/pasted it):

Zachariah had been found dead, in his car.

Zachariah's car had been parked in the airport parking lot for the Toronto airport... for two (2) weeks.

Two (2) weeks?!

His dead body had been in his car for two (2) weeks?!  Yet, no one found him, there?

To me, this was shocking.

However, I also thought about something else I had shared on LwL earlier this week.

A few days ago, I wrote this on LwL:

Here is a link by Cape Gazette entitled, Zachariah 'Zak' Anani, fearless Christian

If you read that article, you will have seen a photo of Zak, and read this information:  Zachariah "Zak" Anani, 57, was called home suddenly by his Lord Jesus Monday, ,July 4, 2016, at the Toronto Airport, Canada as he was preparing to fly to minister in Egypt. When his luggage arrived without Zak, his brother contacted missing persons and he was discovered in his car in the airport parking lot.

You may be wondering why this information was truly important to me.

Well, I believe that many people may not understand why I would be upset that Zak's luggage arrived on the airplane in Egypt... even though he was found dead in his car at the Toronto airport parking garage, two (2) weeks later.

I understand.  I understand, truth.

You see, in the past, when my now deceased husband, Gordon and I had travelled various ways, something happened on an air flight we took.

On an island in the Caribbean, our air flight take off was delayed a couple of hours.

Why?  Because someone had checked in for the flight and had given the airlines their luggage.

The person did not come onto the plane.

Thinking the person may have been delayed for some personal reason, our take off didn't happen at first.  Then, after the person never showed up, the airlines had to remove all the luggage from the airplane.  Once the person's luggage was found, all the rest of our luggage was replaced onto the airplane, and we took off.

Another friend told me a similar thing happened to her, in the past.

So, when I heard that Zak's luggage wasn't removed from the airplane, and instead arrived in Egypt... without him, I realized that something else must have happened.

I believe that Muslims who had previously threatened Zak, approached him after he checked in for the flight... and after he had gone through security.  After all, he had to go through security, to confirm his entry for his flight to Egypt.

I believe that Muslims, who may actually work there, took him out of the airport building. 

I don't believe they would have taken Zak through the security, for if they had, then the airlines company could have found out that he had exited the building.  So, I believe Muslims probably took him out of the building, through an area where employees could go.

I also believe that a Muslim took Zak's copy of his ticket, and entered the plane to fly to Egypt.

Why would I think this?

Well, the person wouldn't have to show his passport to enter the airplane.  He only needed to provide Zak's ticket to the airlines employees, who allow people to enter the airplane for the flight.

By this happening, the airlines would think that Zak had flown to Egypt... and would not have removed his luggage from the airplane.

I believe that whoever the Muslims were that took Zak from the airport building, and returned him into his car, murdered him. 

Maybe not in a tearing apart physical way.  But, in some way where his body would remain in one piece.  Meaning, I don't believe they cut off his head.

Why do I think this happened this way?

Well, if he hadn't entered the airplane for the flight, then the airlines would have had to remove his luggage from the plane.  Plus, they would have had it on file, that he had not taken the flight. 

Did this happen the way I have described it?

I believe so.

Anyone who may have hurt Zak and/or participated in murdering him, would know.

Would anyone else know? 

Only God.

I believe God revealed the truth to me, about what happened to Zachariah Anani.

And, I believe He wanted me to reveal what I believe is the truth about what happened to him.

Just as we read, in Ephesians 4:15, "But speaking the truth in love, may grow up into him in all things, which is the head, even Christ:"

Even though I believe Zachariah Anani was murdered by Muslims, I believe God wants me to reveal the truth about why I think this.  So, I have revealed it, in a loving way.

What loving way?

Truth.  Truth about what probably happened.

If it wasn't truth, I don't believe God would have put it on my heart and mind, to recall what was wrong with what I read and heard, regarding Zak.

My friends, please pray.

Pray for Muslims.  Pray they will come to Christ.  Pray they will convert from Islam to Christianity.

Pray that Muslims will stop threatening people who speak truth about Islam.

Like they have done to me, in the past.

And, like they did to Zachariah Anani.

Thank you for praying.

May God bless you.

Until next time...

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