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North Korea Agrees To Open Its Doors To Christianity

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William
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How times can change. A few months ago, North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-un, was firing missiles over Japan and threatening to send nuclear bombs in our direction. Now North Korea has agreed to open its doors to food, medicine and the message of Christ.

 

But last week, the young North Korea leader dropped a different kind of surprise on the world: He met with South Korean president Moon Jae-in on April 27 and announced that the 67-year-old Korean conflict is over. “I came here to put an end to the history of confrontation,” Kim Jung-un told Moon in a meeting on the border town of Panmunjom.

 

Read More: https://yournewswire.com/north-korea-open-christianity/

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atpollard

Kim Jong-un has a reputation for having a history of mental illness.  There have been sudden purges when he 'suspected' that a coup was in the works.  Those entering NK with the Gospel are doing so with EXTREME caution ... or at least, that's the rumor. 😉

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1 hour ago, atpollard said:

Kim Jong-un has a reputation for having a history of mental illness.  There have been sudden purges when he 'suspected' that a coup was in the works.  Those entering NK with the Gospel are doing so with EXTREME caution ... or at least, that's the rumor. 😉

That sounds like excellent advice to me.

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I agree those spreading the gospel should be extremely cautious.  However, it amazes me how quickly Kim Jung-un has turned things around in a positive direction.  I never seen anything like it and I pray that it is all real and he follows up as he promised to.  It would be unimaginable to see North Korea more as an ally one day than an enemy.  It is possible.  Once they are denuclearized and showing the signs they agreed to, we should start lifting sanctions.  I look forward to that day as well.  I really hope the food and supplies and God's word pour into that country as rapidly as things are moving now.

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15 hours ago, atpollard said:

Those entering NK with the Gospel are doing so with EXTREME caution ... or at least, that's the rumor.

We are to preach the gospel to the whole world.....maybe one more step in God's plan.....

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My favorite part is the story behind the story ...

 

What was behind the Korean surprise? Most media outlets didn’t notice that Christians in South Korea had been fasting and praying for the peace summit. Pastors held an all-night vigil in the city of Paju, south of the North Korean border. And a group of Christian politicians held a fasting and prayer event in the National Assembly buildings in Seoul, according to Yonhap News.

North Korea’s persecuted Christians have also been praying for this moment—for years. They have been horribly persecuted. They have been forced to meet secretly. They have been routinely rounded up and sent to labor camps—or just shot on sight—because they did not worship Kim Jong-un as their god.

 

The U.S. State Department has learned that between 10 to 45 percent of all people imprisoned in North Korea are Christians who are in jail because of their faith. Yet in the midst of this oppression God has been working. Some defectors have reported that North Korean officials are worried that Christianity will defeat “Juche,” the state-sponsored worship of Kim and his ancestors.

That fear is based on statistics. One report released by the U.S. State Department says the Christian population in North Korea multiplied five times from 2012 to 2017. There may be more than 400,000 Christians there now.

 

God has worked this miracle. It is not the work of any politician. He has heard the prayers of his people on both sides of this conflict—and the prayers of the faithful around the world who felt North Korea’s pain.

 

 

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