This is a family’s home. A hot tent, with a dirt floor, that does nothing to keep the sun from beating down on you or the rain from coming in. In this home, there are children who work – not who play or go to school. There is a mother who does her best to protect her family, but cannot even protect herself. There is a father. The father is afraid of their master, so afraid of what he has endured and cannot bear again, his mind is sick with fear.
Perhaps this sounds to you like exaggeration or even a made-up story.
I assure you, it is not.
We need to free this family, who has fallen into a dire situation. We can do so – but only with your help. $2,100 is what stands between this family and a safe life, where they can find the medical, physical and spiritual help they need. If this sounds like an impossible request, I assure you – it is not.
You also stand between them and their new life. Without you, the Church and hands and feet of Christ, we cannot alleviate their suffering. Will we simply look away as our brothers and sisters suffer? Do we dare imagine that through our ignorance, the pain of a family will cease to exist?
I assure you, it will not.
May this bring us to our knees, draw us to the Lord in prayer, in humility and in thankfulness. For it is by His grace, that we are here, and not there. Our freedom, which comes from God, means God-given responsibility.
Galatians 5:13 – “For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love.”
If we cannot find it within ourselves, out of an overflowing of thankfulness toward our Christ our King, to give generously even a little toward those whom suffer, when He has called us to be His hands and feet on earth… Let us not imagine, having heard the need, that we will not one day stand accountable for our reaction.
I assure you – we will.
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