Sunday, September 11, 2016

Never Forget September 11, 2001

2996 individuals were killed as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the people of America and several thousands were injured. The world was thrust into the bleak face of terror. A group of people gathered together to plan acts designed to put people in fear for their lives and to stop them in their tracks.  The attacks were on Freedom, safety and peace of mind.

15 years later we remember and honor the fallen. We keep them and their surviving family members in our thoughts and pray for them.

We are very resilient. We stand up for them and stand up against all acts of terror whether they occur in the United States or abroad.

We bring love, commitment, compassion, justice, honor, security, leadership and grace where ever we go. We serve our fellow human. We do all we can, when we can and I understand there are times when doing all we can is as simple as showing up to show support or listen to the concerns and needs of others.

Today we remember all the fallen first responders of September 11, 2001.

We honor them by standing in prayer in the gap between chaos and order in our individual communities to ensure justice prevails where we have influence. Continue doing all you do and helping all the people you can with the resources you have been blessed with.

Pause for a moment to remember the impact of the sacrifice our brothers and sisters made on September 11, 2001.

Today we remember.  We will never forget.

Know that my prayer team is covering you and all Law Enforcement officers internationally in prayer daily.

Stay safe.
Chaplain Tamia Dow
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