Monday, February 25, 2019

H.B. N! & Please Sign Petitions, Pray & Rejoice!

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I would like to take a moment to wish my grandson, N... Happy Birthday!  I'm looking forward to seeing you, along with family and/or friends.  Happy Birthday

Now, there's something I feel you need to know about here on LwL.

It's not about me.  Nor, about where I live.

It's about what is happening to Christians... in some places.

I received an e-mail message from the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) that I think you should know about.  So, I'll share it with you (I copied/pasted):


Christians face increasing violent persecution around the world.

A new report shows that 11 Christians will be killed today for their faith in Christ. Today, we're taking urgent legal action at the U.N.

In Nigeria, Christians have been lured to fake worship services to be gunned down by jihadists. Christian kids are kidnapped. Christian teen Leah Sharibu is being held hostage for her faith by Boko Haram.

In Iraq and Syria, Christians have faced outright genocide.

Christians in parts of China are suffering. Pastor John Cao - a U.S. permanent resident - is imprisoned there for his Christian faith. Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is imprisoned in Iran. Churches in Burma (Myanmar) are torn down and Christians are targeted.

At the ACLJ, it is our sacred duty to defend these Christians. We've mobilized our international offices as we expand our multipronged legal advocacy for persecuted Christians.

Today we are filing 6 written legal submissions at the U.N. Human Rights Council to protect Christians in countries with the worst persecution.

But we urgently need your voice today before our U.N. deadline. Sign our petitions:

Defend Dying Christians in Nigeria.

Free Christian Pastor John Cao.

Save Christians Facing Genocide.

Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel


I tried to sign the petitions.  In the past, I was able to, but a while ago, it changed.

The only people who can sign petitions now, are those who live in... USA.  So, if you live in USA, please... sign these petitions!

Even though I wasn't able to sign the petitions, I prayed.  And, will continue to pray.


Because in the past, I was able to sign the petitions for people, and prayed.  Then, ACLJ was able to have those people removed from where they were being held, because of them being Christian.

Thinking about that, made me think of Psalm 20:5, "We will rejoice in thy salvation, and in the name of our God we will set up our banners: the Lord fulfil all thy petitions.".

Amen!  We will rejoice in thy salvation, and in the name of our God we will set up our banners: the Lord fulfil all thy petitions.

Do I rejoice in salvation?  

Yes, I do.  Even though some people suffer greatly by being hurt by non-believers, who hate Christians.  

However, the good thing is that those who are suffering like mentioned in this e-mail, have obtained salvation and everlasting life, by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, who loved us so much that He gave His life to pay for the sin of the world, for all who will believe upon Him.

I've been happy that our Lord fulfilled regarding the past petitions, and those people were released... just as I already mentioned.

So, please... sign the petitions, if you can.

Please... pray that all those Christians will be released.

Please... pray that our Lord will provide, just as He's done in the past.

Thank you for joining me in prayer.  And, of course, for signing the petitions, if you can.

May God bless you!

Until next time...

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