Friday, April 28, 2017

Please Attend... WDOM!

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll be letting you know about something that is happening, today.

It's something that I actually wrote about previously, here on LwL.  The link I wrote and posted here on LwL was entitled, Injured Workers... Bill Passed!  If you don't recall, or if you hadn't read it, you may want to click on this link, to read it:  http://www.lifewithlynnie.com/2017/04/injured-workers-bill-passed.html.

If you recall or clicked on the link and read that LwL entry, you'll know that it discussed April 28th, becoming a legal... Workers Day of Mourning (WDOM).

With today being the Workers Day of Mourning, I decided I would share with you, information about it.

Hopefully, this pic is large enough for you to read. 

In case it's not easy enough for you to read, I'll let you know that with April 28th being the Workers Day of Mourning, people will gather at 5:00 p.m. at St. Augustine's Church, and will proceed/walk to Coventry Gardens (Riverside Dr. & Pillette Ave., Windsor, Ontario, Canada) at 6:00 p.m. and will arrive at the Injured Workers Monument, where injured workers who died, will be remembered.

If you are able to attend, please do so.

People who attend will be people who are either family members and friends of those who died while working, or who are in support of them.  Others, may be in support of those who were in danger, and became injured workers.

Of course, our Lord, Jesus Christ, is truthfully in support of anyone who has suffered and become injured workers, for many have become oppressed.

Much like we read, in Psalm 9:9, "The Lord also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble."

I praise our Lord, that He is refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.  Hallelujah!

Please realize I am not saying that each and every injured worker has become a saved child of God.

However, I realize that many people who become oppressed, and suffer greatly, turn to Him.

For this, I am thankful.

And, always will be, for He is always there for us.

He is for me.

Is our Lord, there for you?

If not, trust in/believe upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, and you shall gain salvation (Acts 16:31), and will become a child of God.

Then, He'll always be there for you.

Just as He is for me.

Thank You, Lord!


Until next time...

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