It's something I heard about a few days ago, when I received an e-mail from America Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). I'll share the e-mail message with you (I copied/pasted):
Christians are in grave peril in Nigeria.
The jihadist militia Boko Haram – which has pledged allegiance to genocidal ISIS – just killed two more Christian aid workers in Nigeria.
Worse, they have reportedly “vow[ed] to kill every believer they capture in the future.”
The Fulani Herdsmen – another jihadist group that has been targeting Christians for slaughter – reportedly just kidnapped 6 teenage girls from a Christian school. They also brutally murdered a Christian pastor’s wife.
The plight of Christians in Nigeria is growing worse by the day.
At the ACLJ, we are dedicated to defending persecuted Christians. We’re directly engaged at the U.N. and with world leaders demanding emergency action. We’re aggressively advocating for Leah Sharibu who remains captive of Boko Haram because of her Christian faith.
But as the violent persecution increases, we urgently need your voice now. Without your voice, they have no hope; these deadly abuses will be met with silence on the world stage. Take action today.
ACLJ Chief Counsel
ACLJ Chief Counsel
Talk about evilness!
Yes, what us being done against Christians is evil!
Just like what the Muslims are doing in many places in the world, because their Islamic god has told them to do things like this... to non-Islamic people.
But, I praise our God that He will NOT support evil people.
Thinking about that made me think of Proverbs 24:20, "For there shall be no reward to the evil man; the candle of the wicked shall be put out.".
Amen! For there shall be no reward to the evil man; the candle of the wicked shall be put out.
Even though God will not accept evil people or reward them, we truly need to do what we can to help people.
If you live in USA, please sign the petition.
Also... no matter where you live, please pray.
If you do, I believe you will help fellow Christians.
And, I believe God will bless you.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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