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Where Was God?

September 11, 2001 was the day America cried for help (9/11) to our only One (2001) who could help? God. And many believe God did not answer. He could not answer. The Devil, taking advantage of our complacency that evil could not touch us, had unleashed Hell onto the United States. God was busy.

God was busy embracing the passengers of four aircraft with adoration and strength in their final moments so they, in gentle gallantry, could call loved ones with information and farewells. He was busy transforming the men of Flight 93 into His soldiers as they defeated Satan's apprentices and their violent mission to cause more deaths.

God was also busy altering a few schedules and playing with a few traffic lights so that not all of the on-average 50,000 employees of the World Trade Center would make it to work early or even on time. God was busy grasping two massive fireballs in the palm of His hand so that the Twin Towers would not totally self-destruct on impact as the Devil would have hoped, giving many occupants a few precious minutes to escape. At the same time, God was busy cradling millions of broken American souls as they watched the Devil release his fury.

And God is still busy. He is carrying the courageous, relentless rescue workers who continue to search for our fallen brothers and sisters. He is counseling our president and government who cautiously but adamantly work to resolve this horror. And He is comforting all of us throughout this great nation who cry, pray, give blood, donate funds, wave a flag, offer a kind word, and, in spirit, stand beside the grieving hearts and hope for survivors and hope for America.

Ultimately, thousands of people lost their battle for life on Black Tuesday. But none of them fell without a fight. Even in their darkest hour, they demonstrated that America is still the strongest, the most passionate, and the most determined nation in the world. On September 11, 2001, America was seriously wounded. Her heart was broken. But as long as we remain "one nation, under God, indivisible," we will remain victorious no matter how many times we are struck.

I am proud to be an American, and I have never been more proud of my country.

~ Author Unknown



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