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12 Years of recovery and reflection


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My post here today is the same as what our Chapel provided to approximately 4600 families this week.  While I do not usually place my Ministry texts here in this GMRS forum, I am posting one tibute today - in reflection and as a memorial regarding the terrorist acts on September 11, 2001 and the challenges that we still face 12 years later.


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Good Day Friends; As the 12th. anniversary of the 9-1-1 radical terrorist attacks on the US is remembered this week, we look to the present and what is it that we see? The same type of conduct by individuals who are plotting each day to do harm to others. While we see the terrible conflicts worldwide in the news each day, let us not forget to honor those innocent victims who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, in New York City, Washington, D.C. and in a farm field in Pennsylvania. May God continue to bless the families of those who were lost and may we all honor their memory in prayer. We also pray for the first responders who assisted victims that day - some of which also lost their lives in trying to help others. On Wednesday, September 11, 2013, please join millions of others in a moment of silent prayer. Thank you and may God Bless.

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Thank You PastorG. I am an atheist in study, But with all my heart I want to believe for those we have lost. Yes today is that day 12 years later, and with or without GOD we must remember those who we have lost, both on that day as well as the many years of war that followed. Their memory's will forever fill our hearts with Love and Joy. Never again, Never forget.   Jim....

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