It’s dang cold, but worth it to Stand for Life. As important as it is to make our voices known once a year, standing courageously and proudly for all of God’s people, in all stages of life, the most important thing we can do is treat one another with kindness, charity, and respect in our daily lives. Let’s start by looking inward at ourselves and recognize how we can love better, so that we can continue to be a light in a world where so many are lost.
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To tell someone under fire that, you‘ve got their six, is to say that you’ll literally stop a bullet meant for them that they cannot see coming. That you are placing your body between your buddy and whatever dangers present themselves when he isn’t looking.
So take caution, my friends. “I’ve got your six” is not just a gung-ho way of saying you support someone. It’s a solemn oath saying that you will protect, defend, support, and when need be, throw yourself in harms way for their benefit. That being said, from me to you, “brothers and sisters, I have your six.”