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© Immigrant or Citizen - Children Are Still Children

Updated on August 7, 2014

© Immigrant or Citizen - Children Are Still Children

I had already begun writing about this when I found the topic being discussed right here on the HubPages Q&A forum. This only encouraged me to finish (actually, completely rewrite) the article because this is something so many cannot callously disregard.

As the concerns regarding the immigrant children who’ve been abandoned at the border of Texas continue to display across the internet, I feel myself becoming more disturbed at the comments fellow citizens are making on just about every news article and website I come across.

“How are we going to feed them when we can barely feed our own?”

“This is not our problem.”

“Send them back.”

“I don’t want to pay extra taxes.”

And many more comments that I won’t dare include.

The only question I have found myself asking each time I read another comment is, “Where’s the compassion?” Whether or not people to choose to believe in God’s true word, compassion is something everyone is born with. Where along the road has it been lost, is beyond me, but as adults we should all know better.

We’ve all loved someone at some point. Figuratively speaking, place your loved one in a predicament of need then think twice on how you would react. I’m sure most of you would go above and beyond to help someone you love, willing to sacrifice meals, money, your own comfort, and so much more. People are people – whether strangers or family or friends – and we all deserve compassion. It shouldn’t be this difficult to give…

It’s obvious I was eager (and unprepared) to say something that day, but regardless I’m going to share my comment from the hubpages Q&A thread:

Who’s at risk? These are children and they deserve the same freedoms and opportunities we do. It's not their fault their countries of origin are in chaos and cause such trauma that people will flee to safety by any means.

I wonder why so many people don't stop to think about what these children may be going through, the fear they must have by being in a place with no family, not understanding what's going on, etc. The parents must have only wanted to save their children from whatever was going on back home - it must have taken a lot of strength (and prayer) for these parents to do this. It's a sad situation in which anger does not belong.

This is almost no different from international adoption - children that also come here from other countries and we want to give them a better life. Why not with these children, too? The only difference and the most important difference is that these children are homeless. They deserve just as much love and kindness as any other child.

The people need to stop worrying so much about themselves and rely on God to take the wheel. When we trust in Him, He takes care of us. Matthew 6:33.

I pray we would all have the compassion and love that God intended for us to have for all His people and stop looking at them as a burden when they may very well become our blessing.

May God bless them and all of you...


A few things to think about:

Have you ever considered that you may very well find yourself in need somehow one day?

Have any of you engaged in any kind of activity that benefits someone other than yourselves?

Are you willing to sacrifice yourself, just for one day, to see how it feels to need and have nothing?

I pray for everyone to find His salvation, know His love, and have compassion for others.


1 Corinthians 13

1 If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.

2 If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing.

3 If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing.

4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.

5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.

6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.

7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

8 Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away.

9 For we know in part and we prophesy in part,

10 but when completeness comes, what is in part disappears.

11 When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me.

12 For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.

13 And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is LOVE.


God bless you…

"Proof of Your Love" -- For King and Country

© 2014 Mothers of Nations

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    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Billybuc, thank you for taking the time to stop by, read and comment.

      God bless you.

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      Bill Holland 

      3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Just to backtrack to what Poolman said earlier...Mike, you are never the bad guy. I have always admired you for your concerns regarding this country, and I know you to be a thoughtful and compassionate human being. I will always listen to your opinions.

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      Joanna Chandler 

      3 years ago from On planet Earth

      Hmmm i guess this does not apply to all if your not a native American then your seen as some scum of the earth i guess. People blasting out after Hispanic people, etc and my point is the whole slavery system etc got this place messed up everyone just scattered all across the world. Some not even where they really suppose to be.

      As you correctly said we ought to share what we have with those who do not have. Just in case some day we may fall prey to such a plight we would want the same help from another country.

      These parents sometimes prefer stay behind and send there children across to be safer etc. Hoping that they'll have a better life and the thing is its not only in America immigrants reside all over the world.

      Thanks again

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      LadyFiddler, thank you for taking the time to read and comment. I haven't seen that question but I'm interested in looking for it.

      I agree, other than original Native Americans we have all migrated from somewhere, all looking for hope and peace. What ails me is the lack of compassion, of course for these children but for others as well. We are all equal.

      If you have, you give - and if you dont have, then look for it together and share it. Our dependency and trust must be kept in the Lord - He will provide a way, especially when we do things out of love - His Love.

      Luke 6:31 Do to others as you would have them do to you.

      John 13:34 A new command I give you: love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.

      2 Corinthians 13:11 Finally, brothers and sisters, rejoice! Strive for full restoration, encourage one another, be of one mind, live in peace. And the God of love and peace will be with you.

      1 Peter 3:8 Finally, all of you, be like-minded, be sympathetic, love one another, be compassionate and humble.

      Ephesians 4:2 Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.

      God bless you.

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      Joanna Chandler 

      3 years ago from On planet Earth

      Hi Mothersofnations

      I do not think you could have said this any better i share every sentiment of yours with this hub. I wonder the same why do people make such issues about immigrants etc especially in America. That is not their business and its not something they can ever stop, because guess what? the same Americans are the ones meeting them at the boarder to smuggle them over for money. So blame your own fellow citizens for over populating your country. My thing is the Americans ran the Indians from America and called it new found land so therefore these people who are speak can be considered illegal to? because there fore parents were, when they ran from the Great Britain. In my country where i live in the Caribbean many other small islanders comes to my country to work so its a cosmopolitan country and its easier to get work here.

      People are hungry and in need but these people just thinks about themselves and their families, what if your country gets into a war wouldn't you want to run somewhere and get aid. No because the notion is that nothing can ever happen to America and when you voice your opinion about these illegal immigrants haters. They say you are anti America and you hate Americans so silly.

      Its a shame God created this whole earth and people make claims on it as if they did. I want to know as i asked Pollyannalana a few nights ago if we remove all the illegal immigrants if America would be ALL GOOD? are there only sane Americans? For heavens sake why won't polly get something more interesting to dwell on instead of Obama and these illegal immigrants.

      I wonder if you saw my question about the 5 year old Mississippi girl that was beaten and polly brought up illegal immigrants at schools so apparently she meant that was the reason for this child's battered condition and its okay, because perhaps this poor sweetheart is an illegal immigrant . Where has compassion gone to ?

      Thanks so much for this interesting hub :)

      Voted Up and sharing :)

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Justthemessanger: "Too often we Americans don't Jesus walk like we Jesus talk." What a powerful statement, and sadly too true. Yes, we are to love God as well as our neighbor. There are so many of us that claim to know the Lord but to know Him is to love, to love the way He does, as brothers and sisters in Christ, for the kingdom belongs to little children and those like them.

      The greatest blessing is to be able to commune with the Lord. When are our hearts desires are alinged with His desires, He will grant what we wish. Because we love these children and must love our neighbors as well, then we must wish for them to seek and know the Lord, we must pray for them to be open to Him and receive His anointing and revelation.

      I believe these are righteous prayers and will be answered. When the anointing and revelation is received, love will prevail, compassion will set in, peace will manifest as hearts open, and the little ones & the weary will be accepted and loved just as they are.

      Let's keep these children in prayer, thier families, those involved in their care, and for all the people to open thier hearts.

      Thank you for reading and commenting. God bless you!

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      James C Moore 

      3 years ago from The Great Midwest

      Jesus said in the book of Luke (10th chapter) that we are to love God and love our neighbor. It's shameful that this self professed "Christian" country have so many people with so much resentment towards people in need. Too often we Americans don't Jesus walk like we Jesus talk.

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Faith Reaper, I absolutely agree as stated in the article "...rely on God to take the wheel. When we trust in Him, He takes care of us..."

      However, agencies do need to be involved for assistance in the time being until a plan is established (and we should be in prayer for those behind the agencies as well). Of course, in the meantime we need to stand in defense for the protection of these children, and most importantly stand in agreement in prayer for them.

      I wholeheartedly believe in the power of prayer, in God's power - He can change anything at moment - He hears our cries out to Him and will faithfully answer because our prayers for the concern and safety of these children are righteous - they're God's babies and when we pray in love & in unity for them, God will move on thier behalf: our/thier refuge, fortress, shield, strength and joy.

      No, we cannot turn our backs on them. Prayer is needed - consistent, faith-driven prayers*

      Thank you kindly for reading and replying. God bless you.

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      Faith Reaper 

      3 years ago from southern USA

      Hello mothersofnations,

      If we do not love, we do not know God. He tells us this in His word. I think fear of the unknown is running rampant now and we know that is not from God. Pure and undefiled religion is to care for the widows and orphans.

      When it comes to children, they certainly deserve our compassion and love in this brutal world. I understand the concerns but we cannot turn our backs on children. We must pray and have faith and place our trust in God to reveal to us (not so much the government) how to love these orphans.

      God bless you.

      In His Love,

      Faith Reaper

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Thank you Old Poolman. I can definitely see foster care as an option as well. I also do believe it will take more than just the government to help resolve the issue - I would hope churches and not-for-profit organizations are getting involved somehow. I'm going to have to do a little more research and get a better idea of what's happening as far as that goes. Yes, I pray a movement does happen, in Jesus' name! Again, thank you for commenting. God bless you.

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      Old Poolman 

      3 years ago

      mothersofnations - Thank you for responding. I truly wish I had your faith in people willing to do the right thing, but I don't.

      I think of couples who are waiting to adopt a child and wait for years with no results. The adoption process is very complicated, full of red tape, and expensive.

      I would much rather see these children adopted or placed in good foster parent environments than kept in a cage with hundreds of other children. It would not be that difficult to come up with two lists. One for the couples willing to adopt or foster, and one for the available children. It would take a coordinated effort run by something other than a government agency to make it work. A church group would be a good starting point.

      Keep writing about this and perhaps you will start a movement that will catch on.

      Thanks for being a really nice and kind person.

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Old Poolman, no sir, you are not the bad guy in this discussion. It's ok for people to have differences in opinion - not everyone is going to always agree. I appreciate that you've even taken the time to read this hub and comment so faithfully.

      I do agree that there needs to be an organized effort but even still I'm sure there are plenty of people out there who are already willing and able to assist somehow, such as the adoption suggestion and in many more ways we may not have yet considered ourselves. I refuse to believe that we will run out of people who care - God has created us in love, but hate is taught. Because we're created in and with love, there will always be an abundance of people who care - I only pray they will not fear lending a hand.

      We can all contribute somehow - there's always a way - it simply takes a little sacrifice and what we sacrifice can never amount to the sacrifice Jesus made to save us. Knowing this should be enough for any believer to do something. And as far as those who do not believe, I'll keep all of them in prayer, that they will be blessed with compassion, courage and the motivation to do something.

      God bless you sir, and again I thank you for taking the time to respond.

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      Old Poolman 

      3 years ago

      I guess I am the bad guy in this discussion and sure don't mean to put anyone down. It is wonderful that there are still some out there who care.

      My concern is that even if we are able to find decent homes by means of adoption or foster care for the first million children, what about those who follow? Will we find another million families ready and willing to take them in? There should be a plan and an organized effort in place or when we run out of caring people we are right back where we started.

      I too respect and admire you for writing this hub but we now have many families who are struggling to feed and care for their own families. I am too darn old to adopt but would be willing to foster a child or two and give them a darn good home.

      This just needs to be an organized effort instead of a random thing.

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Thank you kindly for taking the time to read and comment. Your opinion is encouraging and appreciated. No, you're not in this fight alone at all - if only more people would share the same sentiment for these children - in Jesus' name they will... Again, thank you and God Bless You...

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      Malik S Canty 

      3 years ago from Brooklyn, NY

      I commend you for fighting for children...Your insight is refreshing and can teach a lesson to the reader...Thank You it is always good to know that I am not fighting alone...The children need the Likes of You...Much respect.

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      Old Poolman 

      3 years ago

      The Native Americans are still upset with what happened to them when immigrants took away their land and confined them to reservations. I can't say as I blame them.

      I see a huge outpouring of sympathy and genuine concern for these innocent children in this hub, and that is a good thing.

      I also see many who are thinking with their hearts and not their heads. There will be long term consequences caused by this decision to ignore our borders and allow thousands of illegals to just walk across into our country. Once they arrive we are automatically responsible for their welfare and this doesn't come without a high cost.

      Until such time as all of our own children are properly cared for I will not agree with us accepting thousands more to care for. It just doesn't make any sense.

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Thank you, FlourishAnyway, for taking the time to read and comment. I agree and I've said it myself: we were all immigrants. So very true.

      Can't recall now where I read something similar to this: "Over the centuries the older US immigrants have always gotten upset at the newer immigrants, like any of us actually own the country" lol so true :)

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      FlourishAnyway 

      3 years ago from USA

      We were all immigrants at one point. This hub certainly seems to step into difficult territory, but you write it from a position of strength and mercy and compassion. I would adopt such a child.

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      Old Poolman 

      3 years ago

      I'm not sure of the current laws, but would adoption make these children citizens or would they still be considered immigrants?

      What if the child's own parents later decided they wanted them back?

      I have never agreed with allowing people to go to Russia, China, Africa, or any other country to adopt when we have children available for adoption right here in this country. That to me is the same as us paying to support and educate these illegals while ignoring the needs of huge numbers of our own children.

      Have you even thought how crazy it is to deliver these children to people who claim to be their relatives without doing some kind of background check, or even checking the immigration status of those taking the children?

      These unfortunate children are pawns in a political game regarding amnesty. There are those who want to grant amnesty and those who don't and all they are doing is arguing and not getting anything accomplished. Inviting and allowing thousands of children into this country without a real plan is not Humanitarian in nature, it is politics as usual. Our government has become so evil and corrupt they no longer care how many they hurt in their quest for more power.

      These children are victims of their government and our government and I feel very sorry for them. This could have been done legally in an organized manner if our government would just get off their lazy butts and get to work for a change.

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      sheilamyers 

      3 years ago

      motherofnations: Thanks for covering this hot issue in a hub. By pointing out the situation, it all gets us to thinking about ways to handle it. Hopefully, someone who has the power to make the programs finds a solution that is fair to everyone involved.

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Sheilamyers, I agree with your idea. Very rational. Thank you for your insight.

      Old Poolman, I understand your point of view. Programs need to be revised and created.

      Thank you everyone for your responses. Very thought-provoking comments.

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      sheilamyers 

      3 years ago

      Old Poolman: I'm not saying we shouldn't be helping the children who are actual citizens of this country. Most of the money used to support illegal aliens should be shifted to other uses. However, when it comes to the situation mentioned, we're talking about innocent children who had no choice in where they ended up. You're missing the point. If people adopted these kids because they want them, the only people who would have to pay for their care and support are the people who adopted them. How would this be any different than the thousands of people who travel to Russia, China, and other countries each year and adopt kids? Sure, the government would still spend some money to house and feed these kids until they're adopted, but I'm willing to bet there are enough people out there who would take the kids it wouldn't cost as much as anyone thinks. As I said, I don't have the full solution, but sending these kids back to die doesn't sound as if it's anyone's best interest - especially theirs.

    • mothersofnations profile imageAUTHOR

      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      I thank all of you for responding. I do pray solutions will come soon. God knows those kids need help and we cant just throw them to the wolves. Adoption is actually a great idea... I understand there's plenty that needs to be addressed within our own country but it's not impossible to help them, too.

      Matthew 25:40 The King will reply, 'Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.'

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      Dora Weithers 

      3 years ago from The Caribbean

      Sheila's idea seems the most appropriate. At least some of these children can be adopted. There may even be other ways to arrive at a solution if we stop looking at the children as problems. As an immigrant and a human being, I applaud you Mothers for addressing the issue.

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      Old Poolman 

      3 years ago

      sheilamyers - I think the big bone of contention is the huge numbers of children of citizens of this country who are receiving little or no help from the government. It angers me that we are willing to spend several billion taxpayer dollars to help those who entered the country illegally yet continue to ignore our own children in need.

      Our government does give out handouts in the form of food stamps and earned income credits to those living in poverty, but we have no programs in place to help them rise above this life of poverty. It is almost as if the intent is to give them just enough for survival but no more.

      If you take this into consideration you can readily understand why so many would be angry about the huge influx of illegals into our country. Yes, they are deserving of help, but so are our own less fortunate children in this country.

      At what point will we close the border and say NO MORE? We do owe some loyalty to those children who were fortunate enough to be born in this country, and we will have to care for those who arrived illegally, but how long can we afford to do this? The better we make it for them the more that will come.

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      sheilamyers 

      3 years ago

      I agree that we need to show some compassion for these children and I thank you for pointing that out. Too many people out there are unwilling to help people they don't know, but would just as angry if the people they do know needed help and couldn't get it. I can't say I've worked out the entire solution to the problem, but I have given it some thought.

      These are not the adults who come into this country looking for a free handout or are criminals of some kind. The government could take however much money they'd be spending on finding a way to ship these kids back to their countries of origin and use it to place these children in good homes with people who want them. As far as I'm concerned, the parents gave up all rights to raise these kids by abandoning them. The adoptive families would have to prove they could support the kids without any government aid. All that said, these kids would having a loving home and grow up to be productive citizens of this country.

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      Old Poolman 

      3 years ago

      They are just children, and my heart goes out to them. But with them are mothers, sometimes fathers, and some of these illegals have highly contageous diseases. With the illegal entry we lose the little control we had as far a barring any with these contageous diseases that could spread quickly through our entire population.

      It is now proven that our government has known this influx of illegals was coming for many months before it actually started. This was proven by the contracts issued to various transportation for the sole purpose of transporting illegal women and children.

      It is now officially known as a humanitarian crisis, yet Washington has pretty much closed and gone on vacation for 5 weeks.

      My point is that we can do better than this. We have the resources to better care for these people when they arrive. We throw billions of dollars to countries that hate us in the name of foreign aid. We could treat the ill, process them fairly through the system, and deport those with criminal records and other undesirable reasons.

      It will be interesting to see what the Senate and the President have to say when they come back all suntanned and smiling from their vacations. So far all they have demanded is money with no plan in mind on how this money would be spent.

      Again, this is America, we can do better than this.

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      Mothers of Nations 

      3 years ago

      Absolutely, billybuc, I agree. Its so sad to see so many people who want to just toss them aside for their own comfort. This is not what Jesus taught us. I stand on God and trust that His hands are upon this situation, like all else.

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      Bill Holland 

      3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      I ran into this problem when I wrote a series of articles about child abuse on Indian reservations....several members of those reservations told me it wasn't my problem, that a white man shouldn't be writing about Native American affairs...to which I replied BS....child abuse is everyone's problem. So are unfed children at the border. They are human beings, end of story.

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