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Muslim Missions — A great task with many hindrances — part 2

Why the hindrances:

1. Closed countries — we have let this cripple us. We might not be legally allowed to preach in many of these countries, but should this hinder us?  The Apostles didn’t stop preaching because they were not allowed.  Actually, they rejoiced that they were counted worthy when they were beaten and they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christ.  Acts 5:40-42

How wimpy and timid so many of us are compared to the first church.  I believe that we will never fulfill what God wants (evangelize the world) unless we are willing to totally give our lives.  This will probably mean that some will be beat, some will greatly suffer and some may even die.

2. Lack of compassion — I have been told many times, “Why would you want to work in a Muslim country?”   I have been told that they should all die and go to hell.  My friend, we all deserve hell, and they deserve to have just as much of an opportunity to hear the Gospel that you did.

I think we need a revival of compassion.

One Response to “Muslim Missions — A great task with many hindrances — part 2”

  1. Ron Fetzer Says:

    Thank you, sir. I praise God for you and for your willingness to work in these vinyards. May god continue to bless you for your labors.

    Memeber, Open Door Baptist Church, Tucson, AZ

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