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Updated: Jan 11

Lavenders, Happy Friday. Congratulations on making it to the end of another week. I hope your week was great; mine was beautiful. In today's blog post, I will be discussing persecution. I hope you enjoy the post. Remember to likeshare, comment, and subscribe. Thank you :). 

Have you ever stopped to think of how privileged you are to know God or know of God? It is exciting to think that many Christians around the globe do not realize what a privilege it is to be a Christian. 

To have the privilege to do or be something, you need freedom. Many people around the world lack freedom for various reasons. The freedom I have to call the name of Jesus amazes me sometimes. Ever since December 2020, I began taking an interest in the persecution of Christians around the world. Many believers worldwide can only call the name of Jesus with consequences. It is interesting to know how these same groups of people still go all out for God despite the consequences. Have you ever heard the phrase, "You do not know what you have until it is gone?". This phrase applies to everything in life, including our salvation in Christ. It is tough to care about a thing that does not affect us, such as persecution, but we must care and pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ facing challenges. 

In nations around the world where Jesus is discouraged, the persecuted Christians still go out to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. The purpose of this blog post is to encourage you to pray for persecuted Christians worldwide. The celebration of our Lord Jesus Christ every easter is recognizing the freedom we now have. Once we surrender our lives to Christ, not only are we free from sin, but we are also free to call his name. Philippians 2:4 says, "Let each of you look not only to his interests but also to the interests of others." One of the things I pray for daily is for this group of people. As believers in Christ, we should pray for others and things beyond ourselves. 

I want to encourage and challenge you today to care beyond yourself. More than a million people worldwide fall into this category, and they need the help and prayers of you and me. Let our hearts be committed to these people. One of the ways we can help move the Kingdom of God on the earth is by caring, helping, and praying for our fellow believers in Christ. One of the symbols of Lavender is devotion; let us be devoted to these believers. Galatians 6:7 says, "Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows". You will reap good seeds in return when you sow good seeds such as this. 

Thank You So Much For Reading. God Bless You Greatly. I hope you enjoy the rest of your day and weekend. 🥰

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