"There are more slaves today than any other time in history, babies are being brutally murdered in their mother’s womb, orphans are left alone and uncared for, human life is disregarded, and souls are dying without knowing Jesus. This is something many of us don’t know, or know but don’t really think about, and don’t really do anything about. But God is calling us do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly, not in our own strength, but in His. In this book, you’ll find information about the injustices, inspiration to take action, real-life stories of people, past and present, who answered God’s call upon their lives, and a list of 102 ways you can take action, starting today. No matter how unqualified you may feel, God will use you to bring justice in this dark and broken world."
This is an amazing book that covers many of our nation's horrors with clarity and grace. It's very well written and gives a person insight into the sufferings that people of this world endure day to day. With facts, personal stories, and "102 ways you can take action," this book is sure to inspire you to step up and take action against the cruelties of this age.
We think of slavery as being some sort of horror that happened only in "Bible times" but no, it's still going on today.
Statistically, "600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked (sold into slavery) across international borders every year, of which 80% are female and half are children."
We must stand against this injustice and help to rescue these woman and children and make sure they know they are priceless.
the safest place on earth for an infant.
In Do Justly, you'll learn 102 ways that YOU can help take a stand against the cruelties of this world.
I wholeheartedly recommend this book!
About the author:
Savannah Jane McCrary is an aspiring writer, homeschool student, and above all, a daughter of the King of Kings. She loves her family, reading, drawing, photography, music, history, and cups of hot tea. Her passion is to follow Jesus wholeheartedly and encourage others to do the same.