This Memorial Day, we at the Sentinel remember Lee Rigby, the British soldier who was so brutally murdered by radical Islamic terrorists. We pray for his family.
Our best wishes for a speedy recovery go to the young French soldier who was stabbed in the neck by a North African man in Muslim dress.
We especially want to remember the men of Benghazi: Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods Jr.
Please don’t forget the Ft. Hood victims. Read about this travesty here.
We’d like to offer this prayer from a military chaplain…
Heavenly Father, hold our troops in Your loving hands.
Protect them as they protect us.
Bless them and their families for their selfless acts
they perform for us in this our time of need.
And please, oh Lord, welcome with open arms,
Any of our servicemen that should arrive at the heavens gate.
As they are on of America’s best.
These things we humbly ask in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
Please say a prayer or give a moment of silence for these brave warriors:
Desiree Moore, one of our freelance writers, would also like us to remember Officer Philip Cardillo who served as an NYPD police officer and lost his life tragically and senselessly –
The Tragic Case of Officer Padillo
Thank you to all those who serve our country and may God bless you and your families.
Take a moment for this wonderful video:
The Star Spangled Banner by Candis Alek at the Duck Stadium on Long Island:
Click here for a history of Memorial Day. Please don’t forget what this day is about.