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Giving Thanks — the one thing alone necessary

Abba (Father) Abraha Baraki has written to NCCL supporters the following, stirring words of wisdom in the wake of the sudden death of his nephew, Fesihaye, older brother of Assefa and Robiel — whom your charity (given by clicking here) can bring to the U.S. for the lads’ needed kidney transplant.

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Thanks
Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2011 00:58:57 -0800
From: Rev Fr Abraha Baraki

Dear Mr. Lloyd Gregory,

Thank you very much for your kind email which you have sent me for condolences on death of Fesihaye Hailu. His death is very heavy for us but it is God’s will. After that we can’t do anything. God decides to pass from this world to His Kingdom. The only the needy things are prayers. [emphasis, editor] I hope you remember him in your holy prayers. The family is very sad. But it is useless, after this he couldn’t return back.

Dear Gregory. How is going Asefa’s transplant program? Is it has hope to go USA? We are waiting to succeed in your hard effort. We are praying for your kind work get aim.

I remember you in my daily prayers with all your family and all of our charitable people. I hope you remember me in all yours.

Thank you for all your kind blessed help and charity.

God bless you all yours.

Yours truly,
Abba Abraha Baraki

Please pray for the Baraki Family and for the project to bring Assefa and his younger brother Robiel, the donor, to the U.S. for kidney transplant.

Every day that passes without the transplant reduces the surgery’s prognosis for success, weakens Assefa’s overall health, and places him in closer danger to death.

Please give generously by clicking here.


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