“Don’t forget to show hospitality to strangers, for some who have done this have entertained angels without realizing it!”
If you haven’t been displaced from your home, lost members of your family, your limbs, your eyesight, your possessions, or your career because of war, and if your survival is not depended on the mercy of strangers, count it a blessing; actually count it twice.
The only difference between us and those who are affected by this injustice is that they were born in a war zone, and we weren’t, and they have to either live in a war zone or flee from it and we don’t.
If the roles were reversed, we would want them to reach out. You and I can be part of the answer and try to alleviate the suffering of those who are affected by war.
I have written a 31-day Christian devotional called “The Abundant Life” in an effort to raise funds for Preemptive Love, a global community of peacemakers working towards ending war and caring for those impacted by it. Every cent you contribute will go towards helping people in Syria affected by war. Would you donate to Preemptive Love for this worthy cause?
With deepest gratitude,