It was 17 years ago that the United States of America was attacked in New York City, Washington D.C. and Shanksville, Penn.
Many Christian athletes and sports personalities took to Twitter to honor those who were lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
The 9/11 attacks killed nearly 3,000 people from 93 nations. 2,753 were killed in New York, 184 were killed at the Pentagon, and 40 people were killed on Flight 93. May God bless and comfort those who lost loved ones. May we mourn with and for them and resolve to #NeverForget.
— Benjamin Watson (@BenjaminSWatson) September 11, 2018
Remembering 2day all those families affected by those horrific acts of terrorism… & the 1st responders & civilians who fought to save lives that day… & those servicewomen/men who have fought each day since to preserve this as the greatest country in the world! #NeverForget
— Kurt Warner (@kurt13warner) September 11, 2018
Today we honor the memory of those who lost their lives on this tragic day in history. Thank you to all of the brave first responders, we continue to be humbled by your courage and bravery #NeverForget pic.twitter.com/dcVLNM6imn
— Malcolm Jenkins (@MalcolmJenkins) September 11, 2018
Today, we reflect on the innocent lives that were lost and the brave men and women who sacrificed their own to save others. Lifting up those who lost loved ones and those who carry the emotional scars. pic.twitter.com/xcMrO0o8qM
— Kelvin Beachum (@KelvinBeachumJr) September 11, 2018
Like many of you, I can remember so many vivid details about September 11, 2001. I'm not sure the anger, heartache, helplessness and anguish will ever completely fade. Thinking about the victims, the first responders and the way our nation came together… 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
— Amy Lawrence (@ALawRadio) September 11, 2018
Liberity and justice for all.
From the ashes shall we rise. pic.twitter.com/69UB9tnpbm
— Dr. Derwin L. Gray (@DerwinLGray) September 11, 2018
17 years ago.. a day we will never forget. 9/11
— Nick Travieso (@NTravieso21) September 11, 2018