On the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, former NCIS: New Orleans star Lucas Black took to his social media accounts to honor those who perished on that fateful day with a prayer.
“9/11 We will always Remember,” Lucas Black states in his post. “The images of that day will live in our minds forever. And they should. So many emotions. So many thoughts.”
Lucas Black explains that to him, the attacks showed that there is evil in the world and it will do anything to destroy good. “It also shows me that good overcomes. It shows me that humans can believe in something bigger than themselves and have the courage to sacrifice much for what they believe in.”
Black then reveals that the images of the attacks remind him of the foundation that the U.S. was built on. “‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. That among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.’ That will always be under attack.”
Lucas Black Shares How The Nation Turned to Faith After the September 11th Attacks
Also in his post, the NCIS alum further stated that despite the September 11th attacks, the U.S. stood united and sought God after the infamous event. “The churches were full. We built out Faith and United against evil. This is needed much today.”
Lucas Black then shared that he believes that faith and freedom are under attack today as well. He also declared that everyone will have to stand courageously against evil to protect their faith and the nation they live in. “How [are] you protecting your Faith? How are you standing courageously for Freedom?”
In a different social media post, Lucas Black shared that he and his family looked at the images of the September 11th attacks. They talked about what happened. “Those who died, the stories of survivors, the courageous first responders. We joined hands and said a prayer. Thank you to those who went toward the chaos.”
Lucas Black States Christ Shines Bright During Times of Crisis After Hurricane Ida
Along with his reflection about the September 11th events and victims, Lucas Black also shared that his church stepped in to help those who were impacted by Hurricane Ida last month.
“I’m so proud of our church,” Lucas Black shared in an Instagram post on Friday. “We are not a come and see church but we are a go and do church.”
Lucas Black reported that the church has distributed more than 75,000 and counting with over 2,650 volunteers in the New Orleans area. “Thank you to @mercychefs @convoyofhope and 8 days of hope for partnering with us. Thank you to all the churches around the country who have helped with their giving.”