Militant Muslims Firebomb Evangelical Church in Kyrgyzstan; Flames Stop at Open Bible

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(Worthy News) - Christians said they saw a "sign from God" following a firebombing attack by Muslim militants on an evangelical church in Kyrgyzstan. The flames burned through much of the interior but stopped at the open Bible on the altar.

"This is an amazing sign," said a man identified only as Paul, from Operation Mark, a partner of Release International in Kyrgyzstan.

"This happened once before when Communists set fire to a Pentecostal Church during the night. The Bible and that building survived too, and there is no doubt the church in Kyrgyzstan will survive — and continue to preach the gospel." [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]

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3 thoughts on “Militant Muslims Firebomb Evangelical Church in Kyrgyzstan; Flames Stop at Open Bible

  1. This shows clearly how our preprogramming, our pre-judging, results in wrong interpretations.

    A previous Pentecostal church had much the same thing happen.

    In this case the first stopped when it got to the open Bible placed on or near the altar.

    This does not mean "...there is no doubt the church in Kyrgyzstan will survive — and continue to preach the gospel."

    It means the Bible will survive and continue to give out the gospel. There is a difference. Two signs of this same kind, are ominous for "the church" in that part of the world, but also a sign to the rest of the world regarding "the church." "Church" is not synonymous with Christianity. Jews embracing their Messiah have known this for a millennium.

    There is a difference between going to a church, being a part of a church and personally promoting (living) the gospel of Y'shua (Jesus, the Christ). Living Christianity is to follow that Christ. And "Christ" is just the correct term in English. How do they pronounce it in Korean? The Philippines? Russia? Sudan?

    We know, in Hebrew, it is Mashiash.

    True Christianity is and has always been led by the Messiah, son of (king) David, a Jew himself, of the tribe of Judah.

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