Before It’s News
By Tucker Whitaker
Undoubtedly, the evidence is—for Christians, this world is becoming more dangerous on a daily basis. Persecution of those who have a true faith in Jesus Christ has increased by an estimated 400% worldwide in the last 24 months alone.
Yet, the true church continues to grow, and is doing so in the places of greatest persecution. North Korea, over the past decade, has consistently been documented as the most hostile toward Christianity, yet it is estimated that the church has grown from 200,000 to 400,000 faithful, during that same length of time.
These numbers are not anomalous, almost the same type of growth has been experienced in China, India, Iran, and much of the African continent. The church of Jesus Christ is alive, growing and in spite of the suffering and persecution—is living expectantly, longing and looking for His imminent return for His Bride. However, not all who claim the Name of Jesus Christ are boldly taking a stand for Him in these Last Days.
Before It’s News
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Shawn Weed is a Marine vet who has the most incredible testimony about hell I have ever heard! Shawn was in the Marines and was clowning around with a bunch of friends when tragedy struck.
By Coach Dave Daubenmire
April 17, 2014
Do you believe in God?
I suppose that is a good place to start. Most Americans do. Nearly 93% of Americans believe in some type of “higher power.” The United States has the highest population of self-identified Christians in the world, nearly 250 million. That is 78% of Americans who identify themselves as believers in the Christian God.
La Salette Journey ^ | September 27, 2013 | Paul Melanson
Posted on Friday, September 27, 2013 10:29:46 AM by cleghornboy.
Bill O’Reilly, in an interview with CBS, claims that the Holy Spirit inspired his book entitled ‘Killing Jesus” even as he attempts to “correct the Gospels. When confronted with such an arrogant approach to God‘s Word, they responded in no uncertain terms:
When Jesus established the papacy, the gospels report that he told St. Peter: “Amen I say to you: You are Peter, and upon this Rock I will build my Church, and the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it.” These words are emblazoned in Latin across the front of St. Peter’s Basilica. St. Peter’s successors have incorporated his name to describe their work, the Petrine ministry, and refer to themselves as Papa Petrus.
But the Petrine ministry is more than work. And being Papa Petrus is not a job; it is a calling in which a man has been chosen by the direct descendants of the 12 apostles as agents of God to be the Vicar of Christ on Earth. One becomes the pope not as one becomes the president, but as one becomes a Catholic priest or the father of a child. The papacy, like ordination and fatherhood, is a life-changing and irreversible imprint – and hence, my sadness at the abdication of Benedict XVI. It shook my soul to the core.
…..In a late newspaper conducted by Christians, an account was given of the life of an officer, a believer. It told how he, with ‘another Christian officer,’ was posted with artillery under his command at the battle of Waterloo. For many hours they were unengaged; but at the closing charge their guns came into play, and then crash went the cannon-balls, sweeping away whole ranks of unbelievers to perdition! Was that Christ-like?
Can Jesus commend such terrible slaughter with a “Well done, good and faithful servant?” Did Jesus come to display the Father to a world of sinners? “Blessed are the peace-makers,” says Jesus. Woe then to the war makers. Matt. 5:9; Luke 6:20-26.
But suppose – as was often the case in the last American war – that one Christian shoots down his brother in Christ; Would you choose to be either the slain one, cut off in the midst of the stormy feelings of battle, or the slayer of a member of Christ FOR WHOM HE GAVE HIS BLOOD?
Is not our path plainly marked out in these words of the Holy Ghost?
“Do not associate with those given to change…” Proverbs 24:21
Posted on Monday, November 19, 2012 10:59:27 AM by fishtank
Pro 24:21 “My son, fear the LORD and the king; Do not associate with those given to change;”
Pro 24:22 “For their calamity will rise suddenly, And who knows the ruin those two can bring?”
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