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Father God, many of us are hearing Your urgent call to personal holiness today. Help us Lord to bring justice and hope and end sex trafficking. Make our heart break for what breaks Yours.

As you read reports of the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein and the uncovering of the sex trafficking ring he is accused of running, consider the words of this very godly woman, as reported by Fox News earlier this summer. Christine Caine is the leader of A21, a powerful ministry devoted to ending sex trafficking.

I’ll tell you how to stop human trafficking, sex trafficking overnight,” Caine said, “If people stop watching porn…Just stop it.”

Caine preaches that a life of faith in God changes everything, including what people say on Twitter, post on Instagram, and what they watch on Netflix.

“Here I am trying to put traffickers in jail and you’re watching Game of Thrones,” Caine said, referencing the popular HBO series that depicted graphic rape scenes and nudity.

She pushed back against Christians who argue they’re just being culturally relevant: “How’s that going to work with a trafficker?”

A21 reports many types of pornography are actually products of sex trafficking.

“Nothing is free,” she said. “Porn costs somebody.”

Caine’s organization houses, counsels and sometimes even hires survivors and works with them as they begin a life of independence. A21’s SAFE program also returns victims to their homes, since many are smuggled out of the country.

She believes the problem today is fighting for people’s attention, especially for Christians who are called to a higher moral standard. (Excerpt from Fox News.)

290 People Prayed
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  1. Thank you Lord God for the sound common sense advice not to watch pornography. Viewing smut incites
    fantasies and sinful behavior and the production of pornography can involve slavery and human trafficking.
    Holy living is what God requires. Those who need this advice must repent.

  2. Father, thank You so much for giving Christine Caine this platform and to be on Fox News. I praise You because I know that You care about the nameless who are used in the pawns of evil and wickedness. Increase her strength, resolve, her finances, her support system. Give her tireless, passionate workers for You. Give her Godly advisers who will serve with verity. Protect her physically, emotionally and spiritually. Open Your windows of heaven and bless A21 that they can serve even more abused and spread the truth of Jesus’ love to those who have paid the price for others pleasure. In the powerful name of Jesus, Amen.

  3. Heavenly Father, I come into agreement with your desire of holiness for your people. The exploitation of anyone is wrong.

    Come Holy Spirit, help us to have self control and restore dignity to the land.

    Lord we pray for your kingdom to come, redeem entertainment in every aspect, from motion pictures to animation and computer generated games to board games. Father help us! We are all but lost to a culture sold out to the perverse, lusts and greed.

    Help us lord, in the name of


  4. Stopping to watch porn ? Easier said than done for those who are addicted. What really needs to happen is to get Those involved in the porn industry either as consumers or perpetrators to get saved and delivered from their demonic attachments. Churches and pastors need to address the issue , including getting addicted pastors set free ! After all, Jesus came to set the captives free and gave this mission to His church . Where are the true Disciples of Jesus today ? Preaching the Gospel is only half of the equation , the other half being healing the sick and casting out the evil spirits ! MT !0:! -> 8.
    Thanks for listening !

    1. We need to believe that
      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I’m not shouting, “I’ve been saved!”
      I’m whispering, “I get lost!
      That’s why I chose this way”.

      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I don’t speak with human pride
      I’m confessing that I stumble –
      Needing God to be my guide

      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I’m not trying to be strong
      I’m professing that I’m weak
      And pray for strength to carry on.

      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I’m not bragging of success
      I’m admitting that I’ve failed
      And cannot ever pay the debt.

      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I don’t think I know it all
      I submit to my confusion
      Asking humbly to be taught.

      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I’m not claiming to be perfect
      My flaws are all too visible
      But God believes I’m worth it.

      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I still feel the sting of pain
      I have my share of heartache,
      Which is why I seek His name.

      When I say, “I am a Christian”

      I do not wish to judge
      I have no authority…
      I only know I’m loved

      by Carol Wimmer

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