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(Elephant - 1)  Circuses are extremely cruel to exotic animals. No matter how good they look for the public, there is a very dark side to their life. They are taken from their mothers to be 'trained' which involves breaking their spirit, beatings, stabbings with the bullhook, chaining and transporting around the country. Many develop diseases are are rented out to 'perform'. They also develop neurosis or may try to escape ending in being shot. These social creatures have feelings and emotions as other animals have.

"...the heart of the wicked is merciless."
-Prov. 12:10b

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God's Creatures Ministry is committed to spreading God's compassion to all He has made based on The Scriptures. Although we are a Christian Ministry, we encourage all to have their own animal welfare committee in their community. We extend our resources to those who would like to learn more or begin their own God's Creatures Ministry as an extension of us. God created us to have a vegetarian diet and commissioned us to protect His animals. Instead, we have exploited them for our entertainment, fashion, appetite and useless, torturous research. These creatures have the right to live as they were created to live. Because we live IN this world, but are not OF this world, we strive to bring God's mercy and justice to all. We live in God's Kingdom now where Jesus, The Sacrificial Lamb, The Prince of Peace, The Lion of Judah reigns. We look forward to that day when all of creation will be 'set free from slavery to corruption and share in the glorious freedom of the children of God' (Romans 8:21) where a little child will lead and guide God's creatures (see Isaiah 11:5-9).


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