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Lord we thank You for these survivors who stood firm in their faith. We thank You for the freedom we have in this country to worship You, and pray You will protect that freedom in our country and around the world.

President Donald Trump met with 27 survivors of religious persecution from all over the world at the White House last week with some thanking him for his administration’s efforts to promote international religious freedom and others asking him to help their community.

While the U.S. State Department held the second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom with over 106 countries participating in Washington this week, persecuted believers from 17 countries visited the Oval Office with Ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback and Florida televangelist and Trump’s spiritual adviser Paula White.

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Among those who participated in the visit were American pastor Andrew Brunson, who was freed from prison in Turkey last year; Nadia Murad, a Yazidi advocate and Nobel Peace Prize winner; and Mariam Ibrahim, a Christian mother who was freed from death row in Sudan in 2014.

They were joined by survivors and advocates from nations like China, Cuba, Tibet, Pakistan, Iran, Burma, North Korea, Sri Lanka, Eritrea, New Zealand and other nations.

“With us today are men and women of many different religious traditions from many different countries. But what you have in common is each of you has suffered tremendously for your faith: you’ve endured harassment, threats, attacks, trials, imprisonment and torture,” Trump said at the beginning of the meeting. “Each of you has become a witness to the importance of advancing religious liberty all around the world. It’s about religious liberty.”

Trump praised his visitors, saying that they have endured more than most people are capable of.

“I want to congratulate you,” Trump told them.

Among those who spoke during the meeting was Farid Ahmed, a survivor of the terrorist attack on mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand this past March. Ahmed, who lost his wife in the shooting, also spoke on the first day of the ministerial where he explained why he had forgiven the shooter.

“Mr. President, thank you from New Zealand. Thank you for your leadership standing up for humanity, standing up for religious groups and their rights. Thank you for supporting us during the 15 March tragedy in Christchurch,” he said. “God bless you and God bless the United States.”

Dr. Hkalam Samson, president of Kachin Baptist Convention in Northern Myanmar, told the president about how Christians are being persecuted in Myanmar and thanked him for issuing a sanction this week against top Myanmar military generals.

“As Christians in Myanmar, we are being oppressed and tortured by the Myanmar military government,” Samson said. “We don’t have a chance for religious freedom as ethnic armed groups fight against the central military government. Please American government, focus on ethnic people and ethnic leader to get democracy and federalism. It is very important for your help and your support.”…

Helen Berhane, an Eritrean Christian, told Trump about the plight of Christians in Eritrea, which ranks as the seventh-worst nation in the world on Open Doors USA’s 2019 World Watch List.

Berhane told Trump that she spent 32 months detained inside a metal shipping container because of her faith.

“But the reason I am here [is] all of our pastors, they are still in prison in Eritrea, including the Patriarch [Abune] Antonios,” she said. “That is my message and voice for those who are voiceless.”

Brunson, a North Carolina missionary who spent over two years imprisoned in Turkey before his release last year thanks to pressure from the Trump administration, praised Trump’s efforts.

“An Iranian woman told me today that your fighting for me — the most powerful person in the world [fighting] for someone who is not known at all — gave hope to many people throughout the world and also many young Iranians,” Brunson said….

Trump assured the visitors that Americans have “always understood that our rights come from God, not from government.”

“We know that if people are not free to practice their faith, then our freedoms are at risk and freedoms don’t mean very much,” he said. “That’s why Americans will never tire in our effort to promote religious freedom. I don’t think any president has taken it as seriously as me. To me, it is very important. It’s vital.”

(Excerpted from The Christian Post.)

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  1. Heavenly Father in Jesus’Name, Your precious Son, I thank you for placing in the highest office of our land, a man who defends Freedom of religion throughout the world. I thank you for brave Christians throughout the world who stand fast in their Faith in the face of physical and mental torture as well as those of all family members and members of their Christian fellowship. May the Word be spread throughout the world as the Persecuted Church is heard loud and long around the world of their Faith and willingness to give their lives for the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Thank you for President Trump and the members of the Persecuted Church around the world. It has been said, “The lifeblood of the Christian Church is the blood of the Martyrs”. May every Christian in the Free World keep them in their prayers and support them as much as possible. All praise and glory to the Triune God. Amen

  2. What a great article to help us see the heart of our President. I become so grieved that much of the good President Trump does for our nation, for our people, for our freedoms is never brought to light in the main stream media. May God forgive them. May their eyes be opened to the importance of sharing truth and not filtering and picking and choosing what they want to be the truth.

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