Informative Sermon! Surely a true believer would not be fooled by such men for long.
And a stranger will they not follow, but will flee from him: for they know not the voice of strangers.
God Help Us! How long Oh God will your people neglect prayer. Turn our hearts towards Thee Oh God that we may seek Thy will for those "the least of these." For death has come up into our windows. The lie in streets and no man regardeth. Help us our God. Help our brethren. Eze 45:9 Thus saith the Lord GOD; Let it suffice you, O princes of Israel: remove violence and spoil, and execute judgment and justice, Amo 5:24 But let judgment run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream.
Boko Haram Means 'The Bible is forbidden.' Thanks for the reading Bob. This may be of interest:
"So why do Western governments and media pretend that the Nigerian Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram, means Western Education is sacrilege? We all know what Halaal means in Arabic: something lawful or permitted, as in Halaal food. Similarly Haram is the Arabic for forbidden. Boko is the Arabic for the Book, always understood in the Quran to mean, the Bible. Hence the Quran refers to Christians as â€˜people of the Bookâ€™. So anyone understanding Arabic and Islam would understand the etymology of Boko Haram to mean The Bible is forbidden. There can be no other explanation."
- Peter Hammond (Frontline Fellowship), War on Christians in the Middle East (Free MP3) at http://ow.ly/IbodF (PuritanDownloads.com)
Great Sermon! Love these stories about conversions in north Korea but very interesting to note that most of the folk did at one time believe the north Korean propaganda - its so important that work continues in this sad area of the world.
Great Sermon! This is the story of mrs Kim . She survived the famine. Had her daughters people trafficked and eventually came to seouls underground university. I praise god for these courageous believers and for the clear work of his holy spirit in this terrible place.
Further Information about Alireza Seyedian Dear Brother Bob,
Thank you for your article on persecution. I just wanted to clarify a point about a man from my country of Iran who I knew personally. Alireza Seyedian has been given the sentence of 6 years.
It is very sad that anybody is imprisoned for their faith, and we must pray that the Lord would change the tyrany of the Islamic regime of Iran. However, I must add that Alireza Seyedian is not an evangelical believer. He is among the growing number of people (like Yousef Nadarkhani) who are following the Cult of William Branham. They reject the doctrine of the Trinity and salvation through faith in Christ alone without works, they believe in Baptismal regeneration, and many other heresies.
I am only writing this, so that we can pray for both his release from prison, but also his release from the bondage of false Christianity into the truth that is in Christ our Saviour.
Thank you for informing the public about these persecutions.
Yours in Christ,