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The 2010 Islamic raid on the Our Lady of Salvation Church in Iraq. Armed jihadis stormed the church during worship service, opened fire indiscriminately at the Christian worshipers, before detonating their suicide vests.

The persecution of Christians and the destruction of Judeo Christian beliefs is at the forefront of political assault in America and the Globe. The spirit driving this bipartisan destroyer is consumed in fire and his cause is of abomination. The might of his forces are infuriated by their condemned sentence, driving them to push forth a desolation from our ancient past. As they cut down our heads and spill blood that was prophesied, we as followers in Jesus Christ will remain faithful in the Doctrine of Love. 

We wait for Divine vengeance as our Spirit in not permitted.  

True servants are given great understanding, a resounding peace, knowing death and persecution are a privilege for those that rebuke the spirit of this world to inherit the Prince of Peace and His eternal freedom from Death. With this comes understanding that we as American Christians have been poor representatives of our King, our actions of hypocrisy and our dilution of Truth has made the world disdain the Name of Jesus.

Many have been patiently watching Christian leaders, waiting for their Declaration of Peace, waiting for a call to Justice, demanding a consorted stand against an obvious agenda of persecution. As we ache for Justice they have instead given us murmurings, coupled with a bought and paid for pulpit. The lack of public outcry for our persecuted Brethren is no surprise, should we receive Love if the majority has given none? 

We will endure the same by which we inflict.

For a Christian to say “God hates fags or God loves dead soldiers” or anything filled with hate and frustration is defeating. We would never attempt to cast judgement upon God’s Nations as we are not judges, but we do have the Word of God which is a guideline for what disrupts His impartations and clearly states consequences for rebellion; along with the colossus of His judgement. We as Christians know the God of Abraham is against homosexuality and murder. Now with this Truth we cannot bring forth our anger and our disgust to the ones who are simply looking for God’s Love, though we may not agree with their choices we as Christians must simply proclaim God’s goodness, proclaim the Truth and ability in developing a personal relationship with the Creator Of All Things, proclaim in Love our hope for all who will suffer God’s judgement and wrath, proclaim the Truth of Redemption through our Savior Jesus Christ and usher them into a fellowship of Love and not the same persecution we as Christians suffer.   

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Christians who are filled with the Spirit of God will proclaim offensively to the world the Holy Word of God. We shall not waiver but stand firm in the simplicity of Truth, having no right to dispute what pleases and angers God. We have His Word and His Word is True. His Word shall never fail those who humble themselves, who repent, who read the Word of God, who seek His understanding and who listen for His guidance, trusting in His usher.

“Nearly twice as many Christians died for their faith in the past year than in 2012, according to Open Doors International’s 2014 World Watch List.

Open Doors International, a charity that supports Christians under pressure for their faith, said 2,123 Christians were reported to have been killed during the 12 months ending Oct. 31, 2013. That compares to 1,201 during the previous 12 months. During the most recent period, more Christians were killed in Syria alone than were killed globally in the previous year. 

The World Watch List, which annually monitors the media worldwide for all reported incidents, emphasizes that this is the “very, very minimum” count – only those who have been documented as killed.

Estimates of the total number killed range from around 7,000 or 8,000 according to the International Institute for Religious Freedom’s Thomas Schirrmacher, to the lofty 100,000 estimate of the Center for the Study of Global Christianity.”WorldWatchMonitor