I debated about sharing this due to its graphic nature. After much thought, I believe you need to hear it. I believe you need to have a deeper understanding of what is happening. I have tried to the best of my ability in sharing the details, to be as careful as possible with my words. I could have been much more descriptive.
A few nights ago I was in the city of Pattaya in Thailand. I believe Pattaya is the most evil place I’ve ever been to in my life. It showed me the need of rescuing these girls from a new dimension. The evil spirits that were in Sodom and Gomorrah did not die my friends. The people and the city was destroyed – but the evil spirits live on – in Pattaya, Thailand. Unless you’ve been there, you cannot imagine how bad it is here. Our team went into many brothels.
The girls here were very aggressive (and that’s an understatement). When we were sitting in one of the brothels, a young girl about 16 sat next to my traveling companion from a church in Denver (who came to see the work we do). Within seconds, the young girl became very aggressive and did things physically and verbally that I felt were very inappropriate. It’s so graphic, that I simply cannot share it here.
I was repulsed. I excused myself and went outside. I began to weep while people were all around me. Within a couple of minutes, a man from England walked up to me and said the following verbatim: “I hope those are tears of JOY friend, because your standing in the middle of paradise.”Needless to say, with the power of those words – my tears became even more intense and uncontrollable. God spoke to me through that man in a powerful way. God showed me the truth of what JOY International is called to do, in showing the precious girls in these brothels what a relationship with HIM could be, while giving each one of them an understanding of God’s paradise… and the path that can take them there. That will never happen without them being rescued.
I’m at a place of near exhaustion. I had 5 meetings with key leaders here in Phnom Penh yesterday, lasting more than 10 hours. I’ve lost my voice, and I still have more meetings. I covet your prayers and praise God for your willingness to even listen.
Whatever you do – tell somebody of the atrocities against these girls and pray for wisdom, guidance and direction in how you can help.
2 John 12