The gospel reveals what (or rather who) [those trapped in human trafficking and sex slavery] most need. [They] do not need news of gods who condemn them in their sin and provide requirements for their salvation. They and other girls like them, by the time they become adults, will have been raped literally thousands of times. They don’t need a Savior who waits for them to come to him. They need a Savior who comes to them, like a shepherd who leaves ninety-nine sheep to search for the one, like a woman who turns her house upside down looking for a lost coin, and like a father who goes sprinting after a wayward son (see Luke 15). In their endless feelings of filth, they need a Savior who will look at them with compassionate eyes and say, “I will make you clean” (see Luke 5:12-14). With hopeless feelings of shame, they need a Savior who will restore their honor on this earth and renew their hope for all eternity. -David Platt, Counter Culture: A Compassionate Call to Counter Culture in a World of Poverty, Same-Sex Marriage, Racism, Sex-Slavery, Immigration, Abortion, Persecution, Orphans, and Pornography, , page 125, (c) 2015
- Pray that the Gospel would be taken to those Vietnamese who are victims of human trafficking.
- Pray and ask God to intervene and rescue those Vietnamese who have been sold or otherwise captured in slavery.
- Pray for open eyes and a heart for your role in combatting the human trafficking that occurs in Vietnam or around the world.
- Pray for the redemption with the Gospel for the perpetrators of this crime of trafficking.