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Never Forget! - Tuesday, September 11, 2001 (9/11)

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World Trade Center Towers - September 11, 2001
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2001A Date That All Will Remember

In this time of National crisis, we the people of America have united in a patriotic spirit like no other in our time. Many have been directly affected and influenced by the events of September 11, 2001 and following. However, most of us are not in the position to be involved in the events outside our own geographical region that are restoring our country in tangible and spiritual ways, especially in those areas directly affected by this national tragedy. But there are many ways we can make a difference where we live.

First, at, we join with the many across our land who desire to express our sorrow and sympathy to those who have personally experienced loss during this time. As Americans, we sense and share in this loss. As such, our hearts ache collectively and our prayers are vigilant.

Secondly, not only do those who have been directly affected by this most recent terrorist attack need our prayers and sympathy, but many organizations who support them can use our help: charities, blood banks, hospitals, etc. We have compiled a list of such groups for your use as you decide what level of commitment you want to make.

Thirdly, we suggest you check with your local authorities and leaders. They would know best what resources are being mobilized in your community for this universal need. Start with your local blood banks & charities. Call your U.S. District representative's office, mayor's office, etc.

Finally, make sure of your spiritual life's health. In a moving prayer Jesus prayed for His disciples and their well-being after His departure from earth shortly before His own death, John records that He prayed for their (and our) sanctification: Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth -John 17:17. The original Greek word for our English for "sanctified" is, hagiason, which means: to cleanse and set apart. As Dr. John Ker once said: "Men who are spiritually healthy, holy, will be best fitted to resist spiritual disease, and be able to go about as spiritual healers among men." Reexamine your life and preparation for your eternal future and, if necessary, recommit it to His will for you now, as it relates to your own life and responsibility toward helping others. As He loved us, He calls us to love others. Let us all be busy about sharing His love with another.

Thank You
- Ken Livingston/Founder