The more I learn about human trafficking the more wicked, evil, heinous, vile, and depraved I see it. The unbelievable scope of it is one thing, the outright objectification of a human being is another. To take someone made in God’s image and enslave, beat, rape, humiliate, drug, and degrade and do it all for someone’s own addicted behavior (for their pleasure? their lust?) is almost unspeakable. The Lord tells us its a shame to speak of the things the wicked do in the night–and it is. Shameful. That human trafficking exists and is growing momentously is shameful, horrendous.
Sweden has made it a crime to pay for sex. They arrest the johns there (the ones buying sex). A great idea. How many of our politicians will fight for that, I wonder? Then I have to turn the question back on myself. How willing am I to fight for it?
Very. As of right now. Tonight.
God, what can I do? Show me the way. I’m ready.
If you want a glimpse of what I saw tonight to ignite the passion again, watch the documentary Nefarious: Merchant of Souls. http://nefariousdocumentary.com/