SEPTEMBER 11, 2020 BY KEITH GILES
On September 11th, 2001, the victims of the attack had precious seconds to call one person they loved and say goodbye, or ask forgiveness, or let them know just how much they cared for them.And then it was goodbye.Who would you make that call to? What would you say to them?As we remember the tragedy of 9/11 today, I encourage all of us to take the time to put ourselves in the shoes of those who lost their lives that fateful day.Find your cell phone. Call that one person.Make sure they know how much you love them.Make sure they know you’re sorry for what you did, or what you said, or what you didn’t say.And when you say ‘goodbye’ at the end of that call, rejoice that for you it is not goodbye forever.You are still alive. You can even make another call or two before this day is over.This is your opportunity to heal; to forgive; to love; to live.Don’t miss it.**
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Keith Giles and his wife, Wendy, work with Peace Catalyst International to help build relationships between Christians and Muslims in El Paso, TX. Keith was formerly a licensed and ordained minister who walked away from organized church over a decade ago to start a home fellowship that gave away 100% of the offering to the poor in the community. Today he is the author of several best-selling books, including “Jesus Unexpected: Ending The End Times To Become The Second Coming” which is available now on Amazon.