Monday, September 9, 2019

Do! Pray...

I thought I would share something with you, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).

Please know that I apologize for not sharing an e-mail I received a while ago.  Why?  Just so you know, I received it, but I had trouble with my computer and didn't even read that e-mail message until a short time ago.

So, I'll share the e-mail message with you, now (I copied/posted):


A stunning new report shows that Christians are the "most persecuted group" in the world. We must take action for them now.

A study commissioned by the British government concludes that Christianity is "by far the most widely persecuted religion" in the world and warns that it is nearing "genocide levels."

Not only is the persecution of Christians spreading geographically around the world, but the scourge of persecution is increasing in "severity."

This is something we have been directly arguing at the U.N. for years. In fact, we've made this case directly to the British government.

We are starting to make progress as world leaders are beginning to recognize and take the threat of persecution and genocide seriously. We are preparing to go back to the U.N. in just weeks to defend persecuted and dying Christians around the globe. But we need you to go with us.

We're calling on the U.N. to recognize and stop the genocide of Christians in the Middle East.

We're demanding the world address the growing jihadist plague of persecution against Christians in Nigeria. Take action with us.

Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel


To be honest, if I was American... and was living in USA, I would click on the two petition links and would sign the petitions.

However, because I'm Canadian and I live in Canada, I'm not able to sign the petitions.

If you live in USA, please click on the links, and sign the petitions.

If you do sign the petitions, God will help provide for what is needed..

Thinking of that made me think of 1 Samuel 1:17, "Then Eli answered and said, Go in peace: and the God of Israel grant thee thy petition that thou hast asked of him.".

Amen!  Then Eli answered and said, Go in peace: and the God of Israel grant thee thy petition that thou hast asked of him.

If you are able, please sign the petitions.

We also need to pray, so that God will realize we are asking in peace, to have Christians helped.

After all, like what was told to us in the e-mail message, Christians need to be defended.

If you pray, I believe God will help... and will bless you.

I will thank you.

And, God will thank you.

Thank You, Lord!

Until next time...

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