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"His name was Aylan." WARNING: The post contains graphic content.
By Ryan Broderick

‪#‎RefugeesNotMigrants‬ ‪#‎SayTheirNames‬
Aylan and Galip Kurdi deserved the right to be children.
They should have lived in a safe home, with full tummies, and plenty of toys.
There are 4 Million Syrian refugees spread out over Eastern Europe + the Middle East. This is the largest ‪#‎RefugeeCrisis‬ since the end of WWII. Regardless of who carries the burden of destabilizing the Middle East, we cannot be complicit while the largest humanitarian crisis in 70 years continueswhile Western Countries stay silent. The US MUST send assistance and grant asylum to these refugees. If not because of our belief in the self-evident truth of Man’s* right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, then for the two little boys who washed up on grey Turkish beach, lives cut short by war and all of its destruction.

“But Jesus called the children to him and said, ‘Let the little children come to me…’” Luke 18:16 (NIV)

من شهور وأنا ألمّح،،إني أحبك إني أعزك..
في النهايه صرت أصرّح .. عيـّأ تصريحي يهزّك ..
It’s been months and I’ve been hinting that I love you، that I adore you ..
In the end I’ve declared it and my declaration didn’t move you at all ..

We are set free from sin. We are saved by His almighty grace.

Sin does not affect our relationship with Jesus and how much He LOVES us. Regardless of our sins and failures, His love never stops.

Sin attacks the confidence we have in our relationship with God. Don’t let it. Don’t let the enemy win. Our victory is in Christ alone.