I normally receive an e-mail and thought I had received it from the person. However, I realized that even though I had received it from the person, the group represented was different.
The new group page is called: Save the Christians. Here's a link to the page that I opened up from my e-mail message: http://www.therebel.media/save-the-christians?utm_campaign=el_save_christ&utm_medium=email&utm_source=therebel.
In case you didn't want to open the page to read it, I decided I would share the YouTube video that was linked there. The video is entitled, See what ISIS did to this Christian Bible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmFpfWQV61E.
Please watch the video.
If you read the page, you'll know that it says (I copied/pasted): This Bible is from one of the oldest Christian communities in the world, in the region of Nineveh, which is in what today is called Northern Iraq. If you know your Bible, Nineveh is a city that Jonah visited.
It also told us (I copied/pasted):
Near the ruins of Nineveh is a city of 6,000 people called Batnaya. They’re Christian. They’re an ethnicity called Chaldean. Ancient Christians.
There's a big church in Batnaya. Beautiful, gorgeous, ancient in design, but modern in construction.
But in the fall of 2014, the Islamic State invaded Batnaya and murdered many of the Christians living there. Their preferred method is slitting throats, like Mohammed did in the Koran. They kill them; they take girls for rape slaves.
So the 6,000 Christians in Batnaya fled — all of them. They fled to Kurdistan, where they live in refugee camps. Some of whom have tried to come to Canada — but Justin Trudeau prefers Muslim immigrants, not Christians.
Which brings me to this Bible. It’s desecrated. It’s ripped. An Islamic state terrorist went into the church, that beautiful church, and took this Bible, and tried to rip it to shreds — but that’s very difficult, it’s like ripping a phone book. So he shot it with a gun, aiming in the centre of the cross. A symbolic target — to desecrate the symbol of Christianity; a symbolic murder of Christ himself, perhaps.
If you read the page, and/or watched the video, you'll have seen the Bible.
There's more that I'm sharing from that page, because I think it's important (I copied/pasted):
For two years, Batnaya was occupied by the Islamic state, until it was recently liberated by Kurdish and Iraqi forced. A friend of mine went to the church and recovered this Bible and shared it with me.
The church was torched. It was defiled in every possible way. They toppled the cross on the roof. I’m sure they did every humiliating thing they could — they torched it; I’m rather surprised they didn’t dynamite it too.
That is the Islamic State.
That is precisely the region where Canada had CF-18 jets, to fight against the Islamic State, until Trudeau withdrew those jets and abandoned the Christian refugees. He prefers unvetted Muslim migrants.
I’ve been thinking about this Bible all day since I saw it. The Aramaic words in it; the bullet; the church; the town; Trudeau abandoning Christian refugees; the world ignoring them. I’m putting together a plan. I’m still working on it; I want to be careful and thoughtful; I’m not ready to roll it out yet — but I will probably in a couple of weeks when I do some more inquiries.
Please, realize that this is a fellow Canadian who created this for us to see.
I am praying for God. And, always will.
After all, he is a brother in the Lord, who does what I believe is wonderful work for Him. And, will be blessed.
Just as God told us in many Bible verses, would happen.
Much like we read, in 2 Corinthians 9:8, "And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work:"
God is able to make all grace abound towards you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work.
When I thought of that Bible verse, I thought about how we all truly need to do good work for our God!
The person who created that article/video does good work for our God.
Hopefully, you do.
If so, you'll be blessed.
Until next time...
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