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Friday, August 30, 2013


Christians don't fear of the death, because Jesus Christ gives them the Eternal Life.

The black-and-white images show what happened to the Jews in the past. The colorful images show what is happening with the Christians in hostile countries today.
To have an idea, die more than 100,000 CHRISTIANS per years directly or indirectly by persecution. CHRISTIANITY IS THE RELIGION MOST PERSECUTED BY THE WORLD.

Thursday, August 29, 2013


Before was it:

Right now is it:

Sign our petition to ask President Obama to help our Christian brothers and sisters.
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Some of the images contained in this video are disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.

Children around the world are disadvantaged, displaced, and sometimes even orphaned because their parents follow Jesus. Yet we can give them hope in Jesus' name.

One Light Can Fight the Darkness is a new Open Doors film that challenges and inspires supporters to join with others in prayer and advocacy. As the film says, 'One light is great, but millions more can set the world alight' -- so watch, be inspired and let your light shine for the church in Syria through prayer and advocacy.

While the enemies of Israel don't attack Israel yet, they are killing all the Christians in Middle East. Please, help our brothers and sisters with prayers and anything else.


Saturday, August 17, 2013

Camp Jihad in Palestine

Long live Palestine!” chant the children at the United Nations-funded Gaza summer camp (Palestine DON'T EXISTS, THIS IS THE TRUTH!)
All this is being sponsored by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) which is funded predominantly by the United States and the European Union, according to a video called “Camp Jihad” released this summer by the Nahum Bedein Center for Near East Policy Research, which documents some of the activities at the camps.
“Peace starts here” is the camps’ motto, according to the video excerpts of which were aired on Israel’s Channel 2 Tuesday night.
The campers are third- or fourth-generation descendants of Arabs who either fled or were forced out of their homes during the 1948 war when Arab armies attacked Israel after it declared independence. None of them has ever visited their ancestral “homes,” yet their schools and camps promote the notion that they will one day violently uproot “the Jews” whom their teachers compare to wolves.
Ahmad Souje, a counselor at the Balata camp near Nablus, told the film crew, “The only alternative to implement the ‘right of return’ is blood for blood, an eye for an eye. In the same way they expelled us, we will expel them.”

Shahed Arja, a girl attending the UNRWA camp in Gaza said, “This summer camp teaches us that we have to liberate Palestine.”
Teaching children the value of violently ousting Jews from Israel is a major theme at the summer camp (see the TERRORISTS OF FUTURE)
In the video, teachers paint an idyll image of their ancestors frolicking on the beach, sailing in their boats and living in “villas” before 1948.
While they were having fun, a “wolf” suddenly appeared.
“Who is the wolf? The Jews? Isn’t it true that the Jews are the wolf? What did the Jews do to us? They expelled us and deported us. They killed us and shot our families,” one of the adults tells the children.
One camper says, “Weapons will accelerate the right of return.”
Another little girl Tayma says, “I will defeat the Jews…They are a gang of infidels and Christians. They do not like Allah and do not worship Allah. And they hate us.”
Wasim Abu Shaban, another UNRWA camper in Gaza says, “I must return to my land and reconquer it. This is my right.”
A camper at the Balata summer camp sings: “When we die as martyrs we go up to heaven…in Palestine there is no childhood.”
Drawing the map of “Palestine” (The imagination of this girl is so big)
The children explain that their bunks and teams are named after the cities in Israel from which their ancestors allegedly came, including Haifa, Jaffa and Acre which are Israeli cities they believe to be Palestinian. At the camp, they draw maps of Palestine which cover the entire territory of Israel and build kites inscribed with the names of “their villages.”
“We teach the children about the villages that they came from…This way, every child will be motivated to return to their village,” UNRWA camp director Amina Hinawi said.
Camper Mohammed Jamal said, “No to negotiations. Attacking stage-by-stage is not the right way. If we attack them altogether at once that will be the answer.”
The video shows one teacher leading the children in a chant: “Palestine is an Arab land from the river to the sea! We want Haifa. We want Acre. We’re going to Al Aqsa (Jerusalem).”
Campers, teachers and counselors talk about the “right of return,” going back to villages that no longer exist where Israelis live, emphasizing their state of limbo.
Campers in the video are seen chanting, “Praise Jerusalem, It is the best city on earth!” Long live Palestine!”
“We will return to our villages with power and honor. With Allah’s help we will and our own strength we will wage war. And with education and Jihad we will return,” one staffer tells the children gathered around.
“Me and my children are returning to Al Aqsa (Jerusalem) our homeland….I will not forget my promise to take back my land,” sing the campers.
In 2011, the U.S. was the largest single donor to UNRWA contributing more than $239 million. The U.S. and the European Union together provided about 42 per cent of UNRWA’s total income for its core program budget, according to UNRWA’s website.
“Since WWII, more than 50 million people have become refugees as the result of a war. UNRWA is the only refugee agency in the world that actively encourages refugees to act upon the ‘right of return,’” the film’s narrator says, asking “Do the donor nations know what values UNRWA is teaching?”
David Bedein, director of the research group that produced the video told TheBlaze, “We think UNRWA should get all the funds they want but it should be conditioned on canceling the curriculum calling for jihad, martyrdom and the ‘right of return.’”
“If UNRWA was funded by Saudi Arabia or Iran we couldn’t do anything about it, but because the U.S. leads the 28 nations supporting UNRWA, we should say ‘Excuse me. This is not appropriate.’”
TheBlaze emailed two UNRWA spokesmen seeking reaction, but received automatically generated out-of-office replies. The Israeli news site Ma’ariv reports that UNRWA is investigating whether UN funds were used for educating the children toward violence at the camps.
Just this week, UNRWA said it would investigate one of its senior officials in Jordan after he posted a photo of Hitler on his Facebook page.
Here is the video of the summer camps:


If this camp was in Israel, where the teachers teaches the Jewish children to hate the "palestinians", the UN and the world arguing Israel immediately.
The UN only supports terrorism when it is against Israel.
After the world complain when Israel kills terrorists in legitimate self-defense.


Thursday, August 15, 2013


  • “We are so thankful for the current persecution we are experiencing. We know that God is allowing this to prepare us to evangelize the Muslim world.” This statement transformed my life over 15 years ago and continues to inspire me as we serve persecuted Christians around the world.
    In Japan…
    When I was a college student back in the early 90’s, the Lord opened the door for me to join a short-term missions trip to Tokyo.  As we conducted an English class, a group of men from Iran began to join in because they were eager to speak with Americans. Over the course of a few days, I shared my faith with a young man close to my age. While we were speaking, he leaned across the table, held his hands together and said, “Islam is like chains on my wrists.” I was deeply impacted to hear that his religion had brought him bondage while my faith in Christ had brought me freedom.
    After college I attended seminary where I studied missions with an emphasis on reaching the Muslim world. Early in that period I often wondered what had happened to that young man from Iran I met in Tokyo. I was determined to prepare myself to minister to others like him but often wondered if I would end up as a martyr for preaching the Gospel in the Middle East.
    However, in the sovereignty and wisdom of God, a door opened for me to join a ministry that focused on serving the Church in China. I often prayed and asked the Lord why He placed me with this ministry when my heart was moved to reach the Muslim world. In less than a year I had my answer when our office received the translated statement (at the beginning of this post) from a senior Chinese house church leader named Sister Deborah. This was the first time that I learned about the Chinese Church having a burden to reach the Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu people for Christ as part of their vision known as “Back to Jerusalem”!

    Today, Sister Deborah and many others across China are preparing and sending Chinese workers into the harvest fields of the 10/40 Window.  As they reach into the cities and minority groups like the Tibetans and Uighurs of China, they also have their heart set on preaching the Gospel to the unengaged and unreached people groups that are left along the ancient Silk Road between China and Israel.
    What has impressed me the most about the church in China is that they are prepared to give their lives to save others for Christ. In contrast, radical Islam teaches followers to take a life in order to please Allah. The sacrificial life of Jesus continues to serve as our model for expanding His Kingdom.
    Alpha Relief mobilizes and educates the global Body of Christ to meet the physical and spiritual needs of people living in countries where Christians are persecuted. This is our mission. As persecution continues to increase globally, we find ourselves in a position where we need to increase our efforts to meet the demands and cries for help.
    In China the opportunities for investment are tremendous and extremely exciting. The church continues to grow at a staggering pace but with this growth the need for resources and equipping has multiplied. We are currently working closely with several proven ministries who have served the church in China faithfully for many years. Our model is to look for groups and individuals with a proven track record and to come alongside them in their efforts.
    One group specializes in leadership and practical ministry training while another helps supply Bibles and other training and discipleship materials for the unregistered house church movements. What is exciting about serving these groups is their passion and vision to not only impact China but the nations on their borders and even along the Silk Road that I mentioned earlier in this letter. This is the hour to come alongside the Church in China and help transform them from a mission field into a missions force.
    Thank you for ensuring hope,
    Wayne Graham
    Alpha Relief Director

    Aug13 pray

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    When He saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest field.”
    Matthew 9:36-38
Your one small act can start a chain reaction for helping those in need across the world.



Wednesday, August 14, 2013

The Lost Tribes of Israel Journey Home

The Fellowship helps members of the lost tribes of Israel return home.

One of the most amazing fulfillments of biblical prophecy is the return of Ethiopian Jews to Israel. These exiled people, whose very existence was unknown for centuries, are descendants of the Lost Tribe of Dan.
Rabbi Eckstein, founder and president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews saw first-hand the desire of the Ethiopian Jews to make their prophetic return, "from the four corners of the earth" (Isaiah 11:12) to Israel. For over 20 years The Fellowship and its supporters have helped thousands of Ethiopian Jews make aliyah (immigration to Israel) and with their klitah (resettlement) transition to Israeli culture. And now, this summer will mark the historic conclusion of a lost tribe's journey home.
As you explore this site you will meet families and individuals who risked their lives for the chance to return to the Holy Land, and see the importance of continuing vital klitah programs for these new olim (immigrants) so that Israel and its Ethiopian community continue to prosper and flourish.
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God blesses all the Christians and Jews!

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TO THINK: What Is Faith?

Corrie ten Boom: Faith sees the invisible, believes the unbelievable, and receives the impossible.
Hebrews 10:1: Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Kenyan Lawyer Goes to International Court of Justice For Jesus

Dola Indidis believes trial and execution violated Jesus' human rights
A Kenyan lawyer has petitioned the International Court of Justice to overturn the trial and conviction of Jesus Christ and his subsequent death sentence.
Dola Indidis, a former spokesman of the Kenyan Judiciary, is attempting to sue, among others, the Republic of Italy and the State of Israel over the execution of the Christian Messiah.
He has turned to the Netherlands-based court, which usually hears matters of international law, after an attempt to file the suit at the High Court of Nairobi was thrown out in 2007.
Mr Indidis hopes to have Jesus' conviction quashed.
'His selective and malicious prosecution violated his human rights through judicial misconduct, abuse of office bias and prejudice,' the lawyer told Kenyan paper The Nairobian.
Few apparent miscarriages of justice have reverberated as far and as long as the conviction and crucifiction of Jesus more than 2,000 years ago.
According to the New Testament, the Messiah ran into trouble after performing miracles and claiming he was the son of God, prompting Jewish authorities to arrest him on charges of blasphemy.
They brought Him to Pontius Pilate, then the Roman Governor of Judea, who told them he did not have jurisdiction to hear the case and sent him to King Herod, who sent him back to Pilate.

Pilate found Jesus not guilty of any charges but, after crowds of angry Jews called for Him to be executed, the governor gave in and had him crucified alongside two criminals.
Mr Indidis's case challenges the mode of questioning used during Jesus' trial; the punishments meted out to Him while proceedings were still underway; and the substance of the information used to convict him.
He hopes to establish what crime Jesus was charged with and hopes the court declares that 'the proceedings before the Roman courts were a nullity in law for they did not conform to the rule of law at the material time and any time thereafter.'

'Some of those present spat in his face, struck him with their fists, slapped him, taunted him, and pronounced him worthy of death,' he added.
Mr Indidis hopes to rely on the precedent set in the case of Joan of Ark, the peasant girl who proclaimed herself a warrior sent by God to deliver France from the English, whose trial and conviction was later found unsound.
'This is the same case with Jesus. The judge who sentenced him said that he had no jurisdiction to attend to the matter but he went ahead to convict and pass a capital sentence under duress,' he said.
Legal experts do not expect Mr Indidis's efforts to be a success, ironically because the ICJ does not have legal jurisdiction.
Anthea Roberts, professor of law at Columbia Law School, told Time magazine's Swampland political blog: 'The International Court of Justice only has jurisdiction to hear claims that are brought by one state against another state.

'As this claim is not brought by a state, the ICJ would lack jurisdiction over it.'

My Opinion about it:
-When they came to the place called the Skull, they crucified him there, along with the criminals —one on his right, the other on his left. Jesus said, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing." Luke 23:33-34
-"Therefore let all Israel be assured of this: God has made this Jesus, whom you crucified, both Lord and Messiah." When the people heard this, they were cut to the heart and said to Peter and the other apostles, "Brothers, what shall we do?" Peter replied, "Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. The promise is for you and your children and for all who are far off —for all whom the Lord our God will call." With many other words he warned them; and he pleaded with them, "Save yourselves from this corrupt generation." Acts 2:36-40
-If Jesus Christ forgave those who crucified him, then, why this lawyer wants to condemn the alleged perpetrators?

Think about it and God blesses you!