Leah “In the Valley of the Shadow of Death”

On September 16 the dreaded Islamic group Boko Haram gave our sister Leah 30 days to live — we’re now down to 13 days.
Boko Haram doesn’t bluff —they have already slaughtered tens of thousands of Christians!

Nigeria’s president Buhari vowed to “leave no stone unturned” for her rescue. But 16 days later, he remains silent. Leah’s outlook is bleak. Her parents are desperate.

I can’t help but wonder why, as days go by, is the world silent?  Where is the U.S., the U.N., the E.U.? They too, appear to have left Leah alone with the Lord as her only hope.

Leah and her family need your prayers — NOW!

From the beginning, Leah knew her decision for Jesus could cost her life. If not an immediate death, even worse a slow emotional death as a slave to these murderers.

She knew that she was passing through the door of her darkest nightmare, but she stood firm anyway, telling her mother in a secret message not to worry — God is with her.

PIease open your hearts to our precious sister Leah. Imagine her spiritual battle — the temptation to fear and doubt. Now, stand in the gap for her.

Pray that she and her parents will hear Jesus’ words, “take heart Leah, I have overcome the world.” And pray that “the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard their hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.”

Please also pray and open your mouth for Leah’s release!

Share Leah’s Story.

Forward this message to church and friends who love Jesus and pray.

Lead your church to hold a prayer vigil for Leah this weekend.

Use your social media to share Leah’s Story and plead for more prayers.

Tweet your congressmen and senators or email them (congressmen and senators) in Washington and ask them to help free Leah. Use the hashtags #FreeLeah, #RememberLeah, and #PrayforLeah.

Our sister needs the body of Christ to support her now more than ever!.

Even though I walk through the darkest valley,
I will fear no evil, for you are with me;
your rod and your staff, they comfort me.

(Psalm 23:4, NIV)

Mercy and truth be with you,
Brother Dominic