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USER COMMENTS BY “ YOUTH IN ASIA ”
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News Item12/20/18 3:35 AM
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Excuse me? Anyways, Maybe I am too political with my recent posts. I have said my peace, if people want to know more, pray for the truth to shine in this darkness. It's Christmas, I prefer to spend it with loved ones and not on an message board app.

News Item12/18/18 7:00 PM
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2. Bad journalism exposes this piece as nothing more than propoganda:

Article says:
This month, another congregation in the Chinese capital, Cathedral of the Immaculate, has been shut down indefinitely for repairs.

Some Catholics consider the repairs to be “a veiled attempt to hamper Christmas celebrations, which attract thousands of people, even non-Christians"

"some Catholics?!?" This is crappy journalism. It's propoganda. Who are these "some" catholics? Is this a middle school paper report?

and once again article says:

"In certain provinces, the CPC has campaigned to remove Christian symbols from Christians’ homes and replace them with pictures of the president;"

certain provinces?!? This is largerly an undocumented fact, I have asked around Christian leaders, and they say it was the Believers who wanted communism introduced into their church. Whatever, it's just rumor and innuendo, that should not be news worthy, because it is not fact checked.


News Item12/18/18 6:53 PM
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I'm tired of repeating myself, but here we go:

1. False headline, megachurches are not closing, that makes you think megachurches are being closed. False, only the controversial Early rain church and it's partner church, who as the article says has 5000 people, but has refused to register. Would a 5k church in america be allowed to legally gather without registration? Please tell me.

These are trully illegal churches, who have grown too much in size, and have an anti-christian foreign support from secular organizations to promote human rights issues. Sadly this will lead to real persecution of legal churches because Christians fall for click-bait headlines.


News Item12/16/18 8:14 AM
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and please read this one also:

https://www.chinasource.org/resource-library/chinese-church-voices/a-shanghai-pastor-reflects-on-challenges-facing-the-church-in-china


News Item12/16/18 8:09 AM
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Just to be more organized here are 3 good articles to explain the Chinese Church situation:

From a reformed pastor:

https://www.chinasource.org/resource-library/chinese-church-voices/reflections-from-a-reformed-perspective-on-the-challenges-faced-by-the-church-in-china

From a 3 self pastor:

https://www.chinasource.org/resource-library/chinese-church-voices/reflections-from-a-three-self-pastor-on-the-challenges-faced-by-the-church-in-china

From another house church pastor:

https://www.chinasource.org/resource-library/chinese-church-voices/reflections-from-a-three-self-pastor-on-the-challenges-faced-by-the-church-in-china


News Item12/16/18 7:54 AM
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First: It is possible to be registered and be outside the 3 self church.
That is allowed. There is a large beijing church every sunday, and if they did not allow female pastors, I would attend it, because I believe they are doing a good job. Last week they were preaching through the book of acts.

As for children, yes it is illegal to bring them to church, and this start to be enforced last month.

It upset many people, but some call it a blessing, as it forces parents to be accountable for their kids, and not some 20 year old stranger who graduated bible school.

In my opinion, and it's mine convinction, is that the Christians are too influenced by nationalism and patriotism, that many want China to embrace Christianity for it's moral value, many of the hymns are based on "God bless China!".

You can glance at some articles here for more info:
https://www.chinasource.org/resource-library/chinese-church-voices/reflections-from-a-three-self-pastor-on-the-challenges-faced-by-the-church-in-china

God bless you!


News Item12/16/18 3:44 AM
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I guess what I want to say clearly:

The article headline makes it seem like all churches are persecuted, but actually it is only 1 church. And it is a controversial church. Just google search it, and you get the same results: Victims!

2nd: I feel like Christians can run away from persecution, but actually running towards it, is silly. We do not seek out to be persecuted!

3. Few christians respect this church, both registered and underground. I know it's a bold claim, but You will never find a biblically sound missionary praising this church. Go and find one.

4. Their actions actually anger the government and paint a horrible for the locals, who do register and follow the laws of the land.

But I am convinced that the devil is using this to bring about real persecution, but now to all churches.


News Item12/16/18 12:32 AM
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This quote from the article is interesting:

"In his handwritten note, Li, who has also been taken into custody, called upon those church members who have not been arrested to defy the government and continue meeting for Christian worship. “We are willing to have 200, 300, and even 500 of us locked up so that the whole world knows we are willing to be persecuted for our faith,” wrote Li."

I truly believe this Pastors intentions is to overthrow the communist government. Majority of chinese believers are at peace, and enjoying a lot of freedom, this is a fact Bob Fu and China Aid NEVER talk about.

Why? Because they are pawns in another secular human rights agenda, disguised as Christian Persecution.


News Item12/16/18 12:23 AM
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From a young age, till death chinese are constantly educated to follow your supreme leaders without questioning them. For better and for worse, the Chinese Christians apply this thinking to God, becoming very loyal followers, but also hardly ever questioning their pastor if his teaching are out of step.

And about this article? It's really about one church, a controversial church. It does not represent modern Chinese Christianity at all. And is backed up by primary standing up for human rights (no registration, no cameras, no Chinese flag), and a zeal of turning whole of China into a Christian nation.

But I'm not in prison, and they are, so my opinion has little weight anymore among ignorant people. Yet I also experience spiritual life daily, and things on the ground look completely different.

There is a secular book released last year, called "Souls of China" By Ian Johnson.

Chapter 21: Chengdu the new Calvinists
(and it's historical Calvin of Geneva, not modern day reformed faith)

And Chapters 25 and 26, really explain the zeal of these Christians, mixed with pride to change China into a Christian country.


News Item12/15/18 7:41 PM
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From a young age, till death they are constantly educated to follow your supreme leaders without questioning them. For better and for worse, the Chinese Christians apply this thinking to God, becoming very loyal followers, but also hardly ever questioning their pastor if his teaching are out of step.

And about this article? It's really about one church, a controversial church. It does not represent modern Chinese Christianity at all. And is backed up by primary standing up for human rights (no registration, no cameras, no Chinese flag), and a zeal of turning whole of China into a Christian nation.

But I'm not in prison, and they are, so my opinion has little weight anymore among ignorant people. Yet I also experience spiritual life daily, and things on the ground look completely different.

There is a secular book released last year, called "Souls of China" By Ian Johnson.

Chapter 21: Chengdu the new Calvinists
(and it's historical Calvin of Geneva, not modern day reformed faith)

And Chapters 25 and 26, really explain the zeal of these Christians, mixed with pride to change China into a Christian country.


News Item12/10/18 7:19 AM
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I love Japan and it's people. Even visited a Japanese church in Canada. I hope someday God would let me teach the Bible verse by verse to Japanese people. And I'm praying for a Chinese Christian to have a burden for Japanese people. So far, I have found none. Japan's inherent problem is their pornography that is deeply rooted into their society and culture, something many missionaries don't understand rarely rebuke it.

News Item12/8/18 3:07 PM
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Undoing the tower of babel

News Item12/4/18 8:05 AM
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Personally I don't see it, I see more people joining gym's, and mixed martial arts are popular.

News Item12/2/18 8:54 PM
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I just remember him being against communism, and encouraged the fall of the soviet union. He was also a good father and husband.

News Item11/30/18 6:40 PM
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Read this verse carefully:

Now concerning the betrothed, I have no command from the Lord, but I give my judgment as one who by the Lord's mercy is trustworthy. I think that in view of the present distress it is good for a person to remain as he is. This is what I mean, brothers: the appointed time has grown very short. From now on, let those who have wives live as though they had none, (1 Corinthians 7:25, 26, 29 ESV)

I really think it's interesting that Paul mentions the hard times that the church in Corinth is experiencing.... but yet.. He still rebukes them, and tries to offer accountability to them.

Sadly no such thing exists for churches like the "Church of Christ in Nigeria". There is zero evidence that this church is nothing more than a charity.

Persecution sucks, but at the same time, these are evil, unbelieving, satanic congregations that lead even more sinners to hell.

I'm surprised that Christians are not concerned about the Church's spiritual state, but instead focus on it's physical state.


News Item11/28/18 1:38 AM
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I'm not a drinker, but I did read Job yesterday where it says:

Now there was a day when his sons and daughters were eating and drinking wine in their oldest brother's house,
Job 1:13

Why was Job's family allowed to do this?


News Item11/26/18 6:45 PM
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Not to nitpick, and go offtopic but please don't throw your church under the bus, I have no church where I live in China. Fellowship is a prievliedge, iron sharps iron, be satisfied that you can even call them brethren, and even simple things such as praying together are precious, because many don't have it.

News Item11/26/18 2:35 AM
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do you think it's possible to be addicted to sermonaudio and all of it's resources?

News Item11/25/18 10:19 PM
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That's just how the world always worked, a constant bid for power. Go ask any African if they think China is slowly but surely colonizing them, most will nod in agreement. Anyone ever play the board game called "Risk"? This reminds me of that.

News Item11/24/18 10:37 PM
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