Ride on Patriots: A 9/11 Memory

Ride on Patriots: A 9/11 Memory

By Magnify

Working in a small hi-rise in downtown, I was immediately on high alert for safety of myself and others. My mother was traveling by air that day and I wasn’t sure if she was okay. Quickly found out she was fine, and gathered myself, prayed and calm came over me, you know, peace beyond understanding. If you don’t know, search until you find Christ. You will need that peace in the next weeks.

That September day was a Pearl Harbor awakening for many. I was 32 with a new son. I love September weather in western New York. I remember the overwhelming thoughts of this beautiful country, and the fight ahead for Patriots called to arms.

Then I remember pulling up my bootstraps and realizing we had WORK TO DO, GOD’S WORK. I knew Oklahoma City Federal building was an inside job. We were under attack from an external enemy working with the enemy within. I have not lowered my internal DEF-CON levels since that morning.

May God continue to be our shield, our buckler and our high tower. Ride on Patriots in the spirit of Patriot Revere, we are the watchmen on the wall. We cannot lose, for we have already gained everything. Those that fear not second death, are invincible in Him. Ride on ‘til the trumpet, in the name Yeshua Hamashiach, Jesus the Messiah. Magnify Him in all you do and say.

“Some trust in chariots, and some horses: but we will remember the name of the LORD our God.” Psalms 20:7

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