While it Was Still Dark

Which Way Lord? – Chapter 10 – By Dr Chandrakumar

While It Was Still Dark

Mary Magdalene came to the tomb looking for the dead body of Jesus to preserve it with carefully prepared spices and perfumes (Luke 23:55,56). This is what the majority of the so-called Christian churches are doing today – preserving the name of Jesus with their carefully prepared methods and messages rather than proclaiming the risen Lord and the hope of eternal life we receive through him.

Child Abuse

This terrible tale has come to my attention. Please will all that read this intercede for this child and all the other victims involved. We have to bind satan and his minions and have this little boy returned to his mummy.
Many will not read it as it is terrible and I remind you that closing your eyes to suffering is ungodly, but those of you who do read this, have an obligation to cry out to God on behalf of this child and this vile Norwegian practice.
I had a Norweigan boyfriend once and I am now not surprised at how he was after reading this.

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Audio Sermons and Resources

This is a rather undeveloped section of the site, but there are plenty of resources which touch on this subject but don’t treat it as if for pastors.

If you are a pastor and wish to share some teaching here, please send to michael at christian-faith.com so it can be considered for publication here. In this way, you can bless and help others with the valuable things you have learned.

http://www.christian-faith.com/html/page/leadership

Hindu atrocities in Orissa against Christians

ORISSA, INDIA :– New details about the severe persecution that Christians faced over the Christmas holiday in Orissa, India, continue to pour in from Gospel for Asia field correspondents. Many of the victims, which include GFA native missionaries and other believers, are still enduring opposition from anti-Christian extremists. The latest incident occurred on January 5 when a group of radicals smashed a plaque that hung on a Jesus Well in their village.

Persecution in Chhattisgarh strengthens Christians

The bishop of Jashpur talks to AsiaNews about the latest bill to amend the state’s existing anti-conversion law. The Church is not afraid because repression strengthens its faith.

Jashpur :– The Church in the central India state of Chhattisgarh has lived for years under the constraint of an anti-conversion law and has not been stopped.

Gaza Bible Society Worker Murdered

CBNNews.com – GAZA STRIP – The body of 26-year-old Rami Ayyad was recovered early Sunday morning near the Teachers’ Bookshop in Gaza where he worked.

On Saturday, a yet unidentified group kidnapped Ayyad just after he closed the bookshop around 4:30 p.m.

“We do not know the exact identity of the group,” said Palestinian Bible Society Information and Public Relations Director Simon Azazian, “but we know he was martyred for his faith in Christ,” he said.

Billy Graham’s Apostasy – More Evidence

In an article from Worldnetdaily by Tom Flannery we read the following:

In a profile of Graham in the current issue of Newsweek, managing editor Jon Meacham asks the 87-year-old evangelist whether those who belong to religions that reject Christ as savior (Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, etc.) and secularists will be saved.


“Those are decisions only the Lord will make,” Graham replied. “It would be foolish for me to speculate on who will be there [in heaven] and who won’t. …

Sangliana calls Karnataka leaders to account for atrocities in India

BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA : — Leaders of the Janata Dal (S) (the ruling political party of Karnataka state), including the Chief Minister and the Home Minister, should be held more responsible for the growing atrocities against Christians, said H.T.

Church building desecrated in Tumkur, Karnataka

BANGALORE, KARANTAKA, INDIA :– According to the report carried on by the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC), St. Gregorius Church in Saraswathipuram near Tumkur District, 70 kms from Bangalore, was attacked and burgled early on September 20, 2007.

“The anti-social elements also damaged two windows of the church to gain entry and carried away the audio system and vestments covering the altar,” said the story.

The pastor, Rev. Roy Philip, feels that the “inadequate security” provided to the Church which has emboldened the thieves.

 

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