Facts are out there, but the majority of people do nothing with them, not even the government, many organizations nor even ministries worldwide. Facts, especially concerning the estimated 160 million orphans worldwide. All types of laws of have been passed, but it is more difficult to adopt today than 20 years ago. There are missionaries, movie stars, celebrities, football players and others “making people aware” of the human trafficking and drug problem. Governments have been petitioned and laws have been passed, but what good has it done? Look at the United Nations. We quote them a lot, but they live in falsehood, corruption, and deceit. Our hope, therefore, is not in the government, or the United Nations, but in God. Yes, our “hope is in God!”
“How blessed is he whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the Lord his God” (Psalm 146:5, nasb). We need to pray for thousands to confront this need with the gospel and compassion.