MYANMAR MAN ESCAPES SLAVERY AFTER DECADES

MYINT NAING has escaped decades of slavery and torture at the hands of Muslim terrorists.  His heartbreaking story is being told in the news media.  There is so much torture and slavery in our world that it is often too difficult to even list the evils.  Let us be grateful for his release and be cognizant of all those souls who suffer under the terrible burden of torture.

NEVER FORGET TO PRAY AND WORK FOR THE RELEASE OF THOSE WHO ARE SLAVES!  THEY ARE EVERYWHERE, INCLUDING AMERICA!

When you see young girls with ugly tattoo’s, this is often the sign of their enslavement to evil pimps and ‘masters.’  Do not judge them but ask them if they need help and then GET INVOLVED!  May the good Lord give us strength and courage of heart to do the right thing.

ADVANCE FOR RELEASE WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2015, AND THEREAFTER - In this May 16, 2015 photo, former slave fisherman Myint Naing and his mother, Khin Than, cry as they are reunited after 22 years at their village in Mon State, Myanmar. Myint, 40, is among hundreds of former slave fishermen who returned to Myanmar following an Associated Press investigation into the use of forced labor in Southeast Asia’s seafood industry. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

ADVANCE FOR RELEASE WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 2015, AND THEREAFTER – In this May 16, 2015 photo, former slave fisherman Myint Naing and his mother, Khin Than, cry as they are reunited after 22 years at their village in Mon State, Myanmar. Myint, 40, is among hundreds of former slave fishermen who returned to Myanmar following an Associated Press investigation into the use of forced labor in Southeast Asia’s seafood industry. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)