Why are Christ’s followers being slaughtered around the globe?

Posted: July 1, 2016 in Hell and Heaven are both real places

Why are Christians, who preach peace under God, being slaughtered for their beliefs? What is so threatening about them? You don’t hear about mobs of Christians blowing up Muslims or Hindus. There are no reports of people shouting “Jesus is Lord” and then murdering innocents out having dinner or gathering for airport flights. Why the dogged determination to exterminate us? Because Satan knows full well that we are carriers of God’s truth. His time before believers are raptured is short. How will he explain when millions of God’s beloved chosen followers, known for their love and faith in God, just disappear?

Paul, God’s chosen apostle to non-Jews (Gentiles) asks “Am I now your enemy, just because I told you the truth?” (Galatians 4:16) Well, to answer his question 2,000 years later, “Yes, we have become very dangerous to the gathering of souls into Hell’s kingdom of lies and falsehood.” We threaten Satan’s plan of obscuring the truth from human minds that their souls are eternal and will live on after death in one of two places: hell with him or heaven with God, his son Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit (called the Trinity), His angels and believers.

It’s a numbers game with the evil one. Take out as many truth-carriers as he can and decrease the population. What we don’t see though with our natural eyes is what happens one second after the physical body dies. Jesus is there to greet and welcome the believer that was just murdered. They have now won another crown for being faithful unto death. The suicide bomber or assassin by another method has now just entered his master’s kingdom of eternal heat and darkness. In an astonishingly fair twist, the murderer is now incarcerated in Hell for his crimes against believers, and the murdered enters into the presence of God.

“All that the Law says can be summed up in the command to love others as much as you love yourself. But if you keep attacking each other like wild animals, you had better watch out or you will destroy yourselves.” (Galatians 5: 14-15)


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