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FRONT PAGE  |  11/25/2020
SATURDAY, OCT 31, 2020  |  5 comments
‘Unimaginable cruelty’ meted out to North Korean Christians
A human rights organisation has published harrowing details of religious persecution in North Korea.

Korea Future Initiative (KFI) conducted over 100 interviews with exiled North Korean survivors, eye witnesses or perpetrators of “religious freedom violations”.

According to KFI’s documented findings, the majority of victims identified in the years 1990-2019 were Christians.


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John Lee | Wales  Find all comments by John Lee
The Quiet Christian wrote:
Can certainly appreciate your attempts, Brother John. I am often reminded of the difficulty of our lives in this earthy tabernacle that all of us will someday put off for immortality.
I've found that keeping the long view in mind has helped my mood and outlook. When I was in the Service, I used to deploy. Going out was exciting but after about three days, I was ready to head home...with a long time yet to go before making it home again. Life to me is one long deployment. At the end, we get to return to a home port we have have never known or been before.
Quiet Brother, thanks for that testimony! It is a good way of looking at it. I read once of a Christian man who had a small poster on his desk, which he could read every day. It said simply, "TODAY, PERHAPS", and it was referring to the second coming of Christ and the end of the world. It is certainly a good thing on which to be focussed; it may be today.

A word to the unregenerate, who are living in continual sin and do not desire holiness of life; full of bitterness and divisiveness, they never cease from sin; angry and never at peace. In the words of Jesus, "Repent ye and believe the gospel." In Paul's words, "Be ye reconciled to God."

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News Item11/1/2020 11:45 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Can certainly appreciate your attempts, Brother John. I am often reminded of the difficulty of our lives in this earthy tabernacle that all of us will someday put off for immortality.

I've found that keeping the long view in mind has helped my mood and outlook. When I was in the Service, I used to deploy. Going out was exciting but after about three days, I was ready to head home...with a long time yet to go before making it home again. Life to me is one long deployment. At the end, we get to return to a home port we have have never known or been before.

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News Item11/1/2020 12:19 PM
John Lee | Wales  Find all comments by John Lee
The Quiet Christian wrote:
Brother John, it is a pleasure to see you back!
I take a slightly different take on the situation. That my brothers- and sisters-in-Christ are being abused and murdered bothers me. The interconnectiveness of believers makes that happen. And it is worth trying to do something about, even if that is just asking the Lord for help for them and deeper faith and wisdom for me.
However, they certainly have gained in their losses as you so aptly described. The Lord Himself will avenge them as well.
My dear Brother Quiet, thank you.

Not wishing for you to imagine I be cold and indifferent to the suffering of others, please know that I always try to avoid much of the sadnesses of this world, which are now freely available to the media and social contacting, and global newsrooms etc. I find that if I take too much of an interest in all these things, it gets me down, and the devil is aware of my inability to see suffering, affecting me as it does. Since I began looking on all things in a positive way, I have maintained Christian joy and never been depressed.

But you are right, of course. When Peter was imprisoned, his friends got together to pray for his release, and were very successful.

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News Item11/1/2020 9:52 AM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Brother John, it is a pleasure to see you back!

I take a slightly different take on the situation. That my brothers- and sisters-in-Christ are being abused and murdered bothers me. The interconnectiveness of believers makes that happen. And it is worth trying to do something about, even if that is just asking the Lord for help for them and deeper faith and wisdom for me.

However, they certainly have gained in their losses as you so aptly described. The Lord Himself will avenge them as well.

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News Item10/31/2020 6:45 PM
John Lee | Wales  Find all comments by John Lee
The only way I can understand man's inhumanity to man is to believe that all men are servants of either Satan or Jesus Christ; no middle ground, one or the other.

And I know the MO of both the devil and the Lord. Here it is, as explained by the Lord Jesus Christ himself.

The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.
(John 10:10 KJV)

I am not dismayed or depressed about these dear folks in North Korea suffering for their Lord. Their God and Saviour will reward them openly for any trouble they have met with along the road to the celestial city; and those rewards will be eternal, while suffering in this life is only temporal.

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