9/11-#NEVERFORGET – 20Years Later
I clearly remember where I was and what I was doing when the Islamic terrorists perpetrated these attacks on America. Unfortunately, there is an entire generation alive today that has no first-hand recollection, some who would rewrite the history of the events, and maybe the worse some who demand we forget.
Biblically we are called to remember and render honors to the heroes of that fateful day. I have listed a number of stories related to 9/11 below ILO our usual devotional:
September 11, 2001… a day that changed America forever… yet a day that made her and her citizens stand stronger and united! God bless America! And God bless all those who have shed blood and tears to help protect her!
Click here for additional details about the 20th Observance of Patriot Day including when to recognize each moment of silence, a history of the 9/11 Memorial, the displaying of the American Flag and more.
The reckless U.S. pullout from Afghanistan puts terrorists back on offense and emboldens our other adversaries…
A firefighter who dug through the rubble at ground zero 20 years ago recalls the horror and determination of that day.
In six weeks, we let terrorists back in the game. Our president made a really, really bad choice.
“For every person who was obese, pregnant, injured, disabled, there were four or five office workers, not cops or firemen, helping that person,” Tim Brown recalls. “It made me proud of humanity.
American Minute with Bill Federer
A conservative activist who was in Washington, D.C. on the morning of 9/11 believes the situation in Afghanistan stemming from Biden’s failed leadership will continue to cause problems for America in the months and years ahead.
For a few days in September of 2001, we remembered what it meant to be an American.
Technically speaking, the documentary is about the National September 11 Museum at the World Trade Center, but its real message is clear.
Honor requires that we promise to reflect on the sacrifice of those who perished and those left to pick up the pieces.