Don’t forget to shoot a SOS message.

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Everyone knows the meaning of SOS. It’s a distress call from a ship which is in danger and is in need of immediate help. Some say that it could be expanded as “Save our Ship.”

Today I came cross a news on the Twitter. Three micronasian marineers left home in a boat. The boat drifted off and diesel got exhausted.

They reached an inhabited Island Pikelot in the Pacific Ocean. These men wrote in big letters “SOS” on the sandy beach of the island. They were reported missing from their homes. One of the US airforce aircraft noticed the SOS.

Australian government rushed into action and rescued the stranded men on Sunday 2 August 2020. They were sent to their homes in due course of time.

And then, whoever calls on the name of Adonai will be saved

Acts 2:21 (CJB) (The Holy Bible)

Similarly, in our distress we can shoot SOS to the Lord. These SOS are our prayers to the Lord. The Bible says that whoever calls on the name of Adonai (God of the Bible) shall be saved.

Thanks for reading. Share your stories of SOS in the comments section.

14 thoughts on “Don’t forget to shoot a SOS message.

  1. Amen God honors His word and He will never fail to rescue us. The beauty is that we have a direct line to Jesus Christ. An old song called Royal Telephone. The chorus says:
    Telephone to glory, oh, what joy divine!
    I can feel the current moving on the line,
    Built by God the Father for His loved and own,
    We may talk to Jesus through this royal telephone.

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