The picture is of one of the victims that got away. There is a video of her giving thanks to the Saints that saved her and her friend that day.
We live in a culture that teaches us the age of miracles is over, that angels are not here amongst us, and that Saints are nothing more than dead figures we pray too.
However, I beg to differ. These men who saved these women were indeed Saints/Angels that were walking amongst us.
God has not forsaken his people who come in many different colors and who praise him through many different religions.
Portland stabbing: Jeremy Joseph Christian appears in court
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Image copyright Reuters Image caption "Leave this country if you hate our freedom," he shouted
The suspect accused of fatally stabbing two people on a train in Oregon, after they intervened in his alleged anti-Muslim rant, has appeared in court.
Jeremy Joseph Christian, 35, is facing charges of murder, attempted murder, intimidation, and possession of a weapon.
During his brief appearance, he shouted slogans such as: "You call it terrorism. I call it patriotism."
He could also be heard shouting "Death to the enemies of America".
"Leave this country if you hate our freedom - death to antifa," he said, using a common abbreviation for the anti-fascist movement.
He did not enter a plea to the charges and is due to appear in court again on 7 June.
President Donald Trump has tweeted that last week's attack was "unacceptable".
Portland's mayor is meanwhile trying to ban a forthcoming right-wing rally in the West Coast city.
Media captionPortland victim: 'Without them we would be dead'
The attack unfolded on Friday afternoon after the suspect began spewing "hate speech" towards two young women on a train, police said.
Taliesin Namkai-Meche, 23, and Ricky Best, 53, intervened and were fatally stabbed at the Hollywood Transit Center train station, said investigators.
Another man, Micah David-Cole Fletcher, was slashed in the neck and is recovering. He was in court on Tuesday to see eremy Joseph Christian's appearance.
Destinee Mangum, 16, said she had been with a friend wearing a hijab on the first night of Ramadan - Islam's holiest month - when the suspect targeted them.
"He told us to go back to Saudi Arabia, and he told us we shouldn't be here, to get out of his country," she told KPTV-TV.
"He was just telling us that we basically weren't anything and that we should kill ourselves."
Image copyright Reuters Image caption Portland residents have been paying tribute at a makeshift memorial
Image copyright Vajra Alaya-Maitreya Image caption Taliesin Namkai-Meche (R) and Ricky Best
- Ricky John Best, 53, was a veteran of the US Army and had four children. His eldest son, Eric Best, told CBS News that he was not surprised to hear of his father's actions.
- Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche, 23, had recently graduated with an economics degree and was on an internship with a consultancy firm. He also studied an introduction to Islam course, and his professor said he wanted to understand how others saw the world.
- Micah David-Cole Fletcher, 21, won a poetry slam in 2013 with a piece about the prejudices faced by minorities, including Muslim Americans. "I mean, after all, where does prevention stop and where does protection begin?" he said in the performance, which can be seen on YouTube.
The mother of Namkai-Meche, Asha Deliverance, took to Facebook to write an open letter to President Donald Trump, urging him to "take action".
"Your words and actions are meaningful, here in America and throughout the world," she wrote.
"Please encourage all Americans to protect and watch out for one another. Please condemn any acts of violence, which result directly from hate speech & hate groups.
"I am praying you will use your leadership to do so."
Image copyright Facebook Image caption Meche's mother posted an online tribute with a photo from his graduation
Detectives say they are investigating Mr Christian's background of extremist ideology.
At a "Free Speech" rally in Portland on 29 April, police confiscated a baseball bat he had allegedly been using to threaten liberal protesters.
Mr Christian was later filmed performing a Nazi salute, and shouting racial epithets while wearing an American flag as a cape.
On his Facebook page he has praised Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and posted a death threat against Hillary Clinton.
Image copyright AFP Image caption Jeremy Christian has a criminal record
And he wrote: "If Donald Trump is the Next Hitler then I am joining his SS".
Mr Christian has also voiced support for Senator Bernie Sanders, the Wall Street-bashing, 2016 Democratic presidential candidate.
According to the Oregonian newspaper, Mr Christian pleaded guilty in 2002 to robbing and kidnapping the owner of a store.
In 2010 he was charged with theft and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Media captionEyewitness Michael Kennedy said the stabbing was a terrorist attack
Mayor Ted Wheeler said he welcomed the president's tweet on Monday condemning the attack.
But he urged the federal government to revoke a permit for a "Trump Free Speech Rally" scheduled for this weekend in Portland.
He said the organisers are "coming to peddle a message of hatred" and that hate speech is not protected by the US constitution.
A Facebook page for the event says there will be speakers and live music in "one of the most liberal areas on the West Coast", and thanks Mr Trump "for all you have done".
Image copyright Portland Mercury/ Doug Brown Image caption Mr Christian (R) was photographed with a baseball bat at the April event
Mayor Wheeler also asked the federal government to deny a permit for a "March Against Shariah" planned in Portland for 10 June.
"Our City is in mourning, our community's anger is real, and the timing and subject of these events can only exacerbate an already difficult situation", said the city leader.
The American Civil Rights Union defended the rallies, saying in a series of tweets that "the government cannot revoke or deny a permit based on the viewpoint of the demonstrators. Period".
Various fundraising websites for the victims have raised more than $1m (£777,000) since Friday.