Truth is we are all slaves, either to sin or to righteousness. If we are Christ’s then we are clothed with Christ, Rom 13:14 & Gal 3:27. That’s an awesome uniform. Christ came to proclaim freedom for the prisoners, Luke 4:18. Beejai may have some suggestions for organizations to support in this. I only know of International Justice Mission, IJM.org. I do not know IJM’s affiliations, so my apologies on that regard.
The Lord replies, “I have seen violence done to the helpless, and I have heard the groans of the poor. Now I will rise up to rescue them, as they have longed for me to do.” (Psalm 12:5)
Relate: Paul and Theophilus. By dropping those two names right up front, I am guessing most people reading this would be thinking I am about to talk about something from the book of Acts. Theophilus was the man to whom Luke wrote and Paul is a primary figure for most of the book but, no. I am talking about a different Paul and Theo. The story I have to share is far more tragic than anything we would come across in Acts.
The story I have to share begins with a young woman named Okoangbele Quincy. She was a young…
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