Pastors Draw Close to God as Tribal Churches Are Attacked in India

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(Worthy News) - When Hindu extremists in India told pastor Karma Oraon they would not stop beating him until he worshipped the monkey god, he felt Christ close to him, he said.

“In those moments when they were kicking and beating me, I felt that even if I die now, the Lord will make the ministry I leave behind fruitful,” Pastor Oraon told Morning Star News. “We are just a few gathering in the name of Jesus. He is our strength.”

His small flock of eight people was meditating on Scripture on Christmas Eve at 10:30 a.m. in Harmu village of Ranchi District, Jharkhand state, when twice as many Hindu nationalists brandishing wooden stick intruded, shouting, “Praise Bajrang Bali.” Bajrang Bali is another name for the popular monkey god Hanuman. [ Source: Morningstar News (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “Pastors Draw Close to God as Tribal Churches Are Attacked in India

  1. Praise Eloi God and Yeshua Je-sus Christ the root and offspring of David the bright and morning star. Recently I saw an episode on TBN of a program hosted by Darren Wilson. They interviewed a musician who was part of an evangelism effort. He described they wanted to film inside of the monkey god temple, and the leader (priest) also led them inside a more influencial temple. It was phenomenal, I thought, because they were singing a praise song for the Lord Je-sus that had many words of liberty and joy for all. They filmed this inside and outside of the two temples and through the streets. The city was described as a dark place where both Hinduism and Buddhism had their roots. The priest was loudly declaring Je-sus setting us free. Please use this version!

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