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FRONT PAGE  |  11/12/2019
TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019  |  6 comments
Think Tank: ISIS will target Christians in annual Ramadan offensive
The Islamic State will target Christians as part of the terrorist group's offensive during the upcoming Islamic holy month of Ramadan, a new report predicts.

ISIS operatives killed more than 250 people in a coordinated Easter Sunday attack on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on April 21. A report published by the Institute for the Study of War says those suicide bombings were this year's opening salvo in the jihadists' annual Ramadan terror campaign.

"ISIS will likely attempt to conduct additional external attacks against Christians during Ramadan 2019," wrote ISW researchers Brandon Wallace and Jennifer Cafarella. Ramadan begins Monday.

At least two attacks that could be attributable to ISIS were thwarted in Russia in late April, according to the report. ...


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News Item5/10/19 3:14 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
Frank wrote:
What a great comment brother and I can relate to your complete comment. There have been times when I was "filled with the Spirit" (don't want to argue this terminology) and times when the only thing I can relate to is Paul in the latter part of Romans 7.
I don't know why either brother, but I know it was for my good and His glory.
Well I'm right glad someone else has had exactly the same experience brother, so I thank you for responding.

Yes, as I look back, I can see now why John Bunyan placed the 'delectable mountains' into his book, a spiritual place during the spiritual journey, from where a view of the holy city was far more pronounced than is normal. The sort of place you might like to remain and just gaze at the glory and see light inexpressible.

But alas, it is merely one place along the narrow road which leads to life, and there are harder places to trek across and enemies to fight and, as you say, Romans 7 experiences to lament.

But there comes a day when the Jordan River comes into view, and we must go down into the water and get across it. Jesus is on the far bank waiting for us. What a Saviour!

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News Item5/9/19 3:07 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John Lee wrote:
Brother, I just cannot imagine what it will be like to be able to praise him continually from a pure and unsinning heart. I have known some occasions in my pilgrimage when I was taken up in praise and worship which was euphoric for a while, as the old chorus says...
Turn your eyes upon JESUS
Look full in his wonderful face
And the things of earth will grow strangely dim
In the light of his glory and grace
...but mostly it has been a battle, a lamenting, failures and failings, waxing hot and waxing cold, up today down tomorrow, sort of thing. But praise God, all that will cease in the glory, and all will be perfect. And no service rendered to Him will be regretted.
What a great comment brother and I can relate to your complete comment. There have been times when I was "filled with the Spirit" (don't want to argue this terminology) and times when the only thing I can relate to is Paul in the latter part of Romans 7.

I don't know why either brother, but I know it was for my good and His glory.

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News Item5/7/19 5:13 PM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
Frank wrote:
Thanks for that quote Pilgrim. It certainly puts fear in perspective. I am ashamed at the times fear or anxiety have overcome me and stopped me from praising my Lord and Savior. But, one day, we will have incorruptible bodies and then no fear or sin.
Brother, I just cannot imagine what it will be like to be able to praise him continually from a pure and unsinning heart. I have known some occasions in my pilgrimage when I was taken up in praise and worship which was euphoric for a while, as the old chorus says...

Turn your eyes upon JESUS
Look full in his wonderful face
And the things of earth will grow strangely dim
In the light of his glory and grace

...but mostly it has been a battle, a lamenting, failures and failings, waxing hot and waxing cold, up today down tomorrow, sort of thing. But praise God, all that will cease in the glory, and all will be perfect. And no service rendered to Him will be regretted.

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News Item5/7/19 4:40 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John Lee wrote:
Before I became a Christian, I was listening to an American evangelist who was fearless in his work. He would go anywhere in the world, literally, with his cross and his Living Bible, preaching Jesus Christ. He has been to all the world's hotspots and survived through prayer and love of the Holy Ghost. I've never forgotten him saying: "You can't kill a Christian, only transfer him."
Those words have helped me out greatly.
Thanks for that quote Pilgrim. It certainly puts fear in perspective. I am ashamed at the times fear or anxiety have overcome me and stopped me from praising my Lord and Savior. But, one day, we will have incorruptible bodies and then no fear or sin.
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News Item5/7/19 6:25 AM
John Lee | UK  Find all comments by John Lee
Before I became a Christian, I was listening to an American evangelist who was fearless in his work. He would go anywhere in the world, literally, with his cross and his Living Bible, preaching Jesus Christ. He has been to all the world's hotspots and survived through prayer and love of the Holy Ghost. I've never forgotten him saying: "You can't kill a Christian, only transfer him."

Those words have helped me out greatly.

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News Item5/7/19 5:37 AM
Gay Allen | Wisconsin  Find all comments by Gay Allen
https://youtu.be/xb-fc92HPnk

especially at the 2:17 mark Thanks for blood of martyrs and for prophets slain~!

too many people on this forum are ashamed of the blood~!

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