Just so you know, I received an e-mail regarding a Christian pastor. Not the pastor I let you know about last week. This pastor is John Cao.
I received an e-mail from the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), so I decided to share it with you ((I copied/pasted):
We were just on Capitol Hill with Christian Pastor John Cao’s family as they appealed to our lawmakers and administration to intervene for his freedom.
Pastor Cao – a U.S. permanent resident – has dedicated his life to serving the impoverished of China and Burma (Myanmar.) He provided supplies and established schools to provide the poor with education.
And he shared the gospel of Jesus.
But then he was arrested and sentenced to 7 years’ imprisonment as part of a continued crackdown on Christians in southwest China.
Now he’s locked in an overcrowded prison cell and has been denied visits with his family.
His health is suffering, but he has not received proper medical attention.
His latest appeal hearing was delayed for a fourth time. And Burma has begun tearing down the schools he created.
Today we are at the U.N. highlighting the targeted persecution of Christians in Burma.
Later this week, we are taking Pastor Cao’s wife to the U.N. in Geneva, so the world’s leaders can hear Pastor Cao’s story and see firsthand how it’s hurting his family. The U.N. must pressure China to release him immediately.
Go with us. He needs you.
ACLJ Chief Counsel
ACLJ Chief Counsel
To me, it's absolutely terrible what is happening to Pastor John Cao. And, it's terrible to his family.
Like I've done in the past, I will ask you to please... sign the petition, if you live in USA.
And, please... pray.
Pray for Pastor John Cao and his family. After all, God needs to hear from us.
Just as we read, in 1 John 5:14, "And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us:".
Amen! And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us:
Hopefully, you will pray for Pastor John Cao and his family. I believe you'll be blessed for praying.
I praise God that when we pray to Him, He will hear us.
For this, I'm truly thankful. And, always will be.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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