Monday, January 16, 2017

Give Strength!

Sometimes when I receive an e-mail message I feel is important, I'll share it with you, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).

Today, I'm sharing an e-mail message with you. 

It's from American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).  Here's the e-mail message I received (I copied/pasted it): 


Christian Pastor Hassan Abduraheem's life hangs in the balance.

His fate could be decided in just 3 days. We're taking aggressive action to defend him.

Pastor Hassan faces a potential death sentence in Sudan because of his Christian faith. He lived out his Christian faith, and now, for an act of charity, he could hang.

Pastor Hassan has presented his defense, and now the court could decide his case as soon as Monday.

We've mobilized our international offices, including in the region, to defend Pastor Hassan. We've already helped ensure that the same charges were dropped against another pastor, Pastor Kuwa, in this case.

Now, just hours ago, we hand-delivered two critical legal letters to Sudan - to the Ministry of Justice and the Vice President - demanding Pastor Hassan be acquitted and released.

Pastor Kuwa is now free because you spoke out. We must not allow Pastor Hassan to be put to death for his Christian faith. Be heard now.

Sign Our Petition: Save Christian Pastor Hassan from Death.

Jordan Sekulow
ACLJ Executive Director

If you read the message, you'll know how serious it is. 

Especially, since today is the day when Pastor Hassan Abduraheem's fate may be decided.

Those who have spoken out regarding Pastor Kuwa will be blessed, since he is now free!  Hallelujah!

Thinking of all this, brought to mind, Isaiah 25:4, "For thou hast been a strength to the poor, a strength to the needy in his distress, a refuge from the storm, a shadow from the heat, when the blast of the terrible ones is as a storm against the wall."

Those who have done what they could, plus signed the petition for Pastor Kuwa gave strength to him, for he was needy in his distress. 

Pastor Hassan Abduraheem is still in distress

So, please... do what you can for him. 

Sign the petition for him.

And, pray.

Until next time...

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