Saturday, July 23, 2011

The gospel finds a way in North Korea; pray!

“Be of good courage, and let us be strong for our people and for the
cities of our God. And may the LORD do what is good in His sight.”
2 Samuel 10:12

A VOM-supported discipleship-training project is preparing North Koreans who have left their country to share the gospel with countrymen when they return home.

“Mr. Kim” was an orphan who had no money, no home and no hope. After fleeing North Korea, he walked to the first house he saw. The family who lived there had compassion on him because they had witnessed the brutal and inhumane way the police treat North Korean refugees.

Soon, Mr. Kim accepted Christ and joined the discipleship-training program. He and two other men in the training say they are thankful for Christians around the world who pray for them and help them.

Please continue to pray for courageous Christians who dare to take the gospel into this dark nation.

Excerpted from VOM USA’s weekly email prayer alert.

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