Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Wednesday's Voice - Iran

Many Iranian Muslims turning to Christ despite opposition

Muslims are reportedly coming to faith in Christ in record numbers in Iran. In recent months, The Voice of the Martyrs has received several reports of opposition facing Iranian Christians, including the arrest of 15 newly converted Christians in the city of Mashhad Razavi Khorasan in July. Despite increased persecution, however, contacts have confirmed that believers in Iran are continuing to share Christ courageously with Muslims, with many converting from Islam to Christianity as a result.

Praise the Lord for the many lives that have been touched by His grace in Iran!

Pray that new converts will grow in their faith.

Pray that God will give endurance, encouragement and a spirit of unity to all those following Christ in Iran (Romans 15:5).

3 comments:

Jen said...

There is a blog award for you on my blog, but NO pressure to follow the rules. Just wanted to let you know I think you are awesome!

Andi said...

Hi! I just found you through Jen W Finding Heaven. I just read your last 7 posts. I love your blog! Thank you for sharing your life with us!

Now, I need to quit reading about strangers lives and study for my advanced cardiovascular life support exam I have to take tomorrow...that I have procrastinated studying for until the last minute...Sadly, typical of me.

stephanie said...

There is a bloggy award for you on my blog! But NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO pressure to follow the rules! Just wanted to know you are one of my fav's in the world of blogginess!!!

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