Monday, March 9, 2020

Sign Petition & Pray!

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I will let you know about something.

I received an e-mail message from the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).

I'll share the e-mail message with you (I copied/pasted):


Today marks 3 years since Christian Pastor John Cao - a U.S. permanent resident - had his freedom cruelly taken away.

On March 5, 2017, Pastor Cao was arrested by Chinese authorities because of his Christian faith. That was the last time he was a free man.

Pastor Cao spent decades serving the impoverished of China and Burma (Myanmar), providing supplies and much-needed education. Then he was arrested, convicted, and sentenced to 7 years in prison as part of China's callous crackdown on Christian pastors and churches.

Even the U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has condemned his imprisonment and demanded his release.

Making matters worse, now fears of the Coronavirus have resulted in limited visitation - even limited phone calls.

Enough is enough. Pastor Cao's health has already suffered from his incarceration. This is serious.

He must be freed NOW.

We will continue to fight on his behalf, urging international leaders to pressure China until he is free.

Take action with us. Pray for Pastor Cao and his family.

Jordan Sekulow
ACLJ Executive Director

To me, it is terrible what has been done to Pastor John Cao. :'(

I do believe that if you live in USA, you can click on the link and sign the petition.

After all, that is what ACLJ asked us to do.

Thinking about that, made me think about  Matthew 5:42, "Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away.".

Amen! Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away. 

Just so you know... if I lived in USA, I would sign the ACLJ petition... because ACLJ is wonderful, for helping those in need.

However, because I live in Canada, I cannot sign the petition.  

Nor could you, if you do not live in USA.

However, those of us who cannot sign the petition, should pray

Of course, even if you can sign the petition, you can also pray.

After all, God does answer prayer, from those of us who belong to Him.

If you  sign the petition... and/or pray, I believe God will bless... Pastor John Cao... ACLJ... and...  you.

Thank you!

Thank You, Lord!

Until next time...

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