International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

Broken chains

“The abolition of the trans-Atlantic slave trade in the 19th century did not eradicate the practice globally. Instead, it took on other forms, which persist to this day: serfdom, debt bondage and forced and bonded labor; trafficking in women and children, domestic slavery and forced prostitution, including of children; sexual slavery, forced marriage and the sale of wives; child labour and child servitude, among others.”

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Message for the International Day
for the Abolition of Slavery
2 December 2010

The days of the Hydra are numbered. It will fall, with it's many heads of debt bondage, sexual servitude, poverty, disease, de-humanization, deceit, pain, grief, destruction, and terror. The war is won. 

The creation of God is slave to no one but righteousness.

Righteousness is no self-conceited parrot, but the glory and love of the Perfect Maker.

We will see all chains snap in pieces, clang to the ground, and be removed forever from the handiwork of God. Evil itself will die.

Slavery will be no more.

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