Over 1,000 Christians in Nigeria killed by Fulani, Boko Haram in 2019
Over 1,000 Christians have been killed this year in Nigeria as attacks led by Fulani extremists continue to plague rural farming communities in the Middle Belt, according to an estimation published by the U.K.-based nongovernmental organization Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust.
HART, a nonprofit founded by U.K. member of Parliament Baroness Caroline Cox to âsupport people suffering from conflict and persecution,â released a report last month sharing details and testimonies from a recent fact-finding mission to Nigeria.
The Nov. 18 report is titled âYour Land or Your Body: The escalating persecution and displacement of Christians in northern and central Nigeria.â A copy of the report was obtained by The Christian Post....
Dr. Tim wrote: Does the clearing appear to be big enough to park a goatcart? If so I may pay him a visit.
Just caught it before turning in, bro. When I said you can see him in the flesh, I didn't mean trecking cross country in a 4x4 and pay him a visit. I meant you can see him in the video I linked to, giving Bible teaching in a great country spot surrounded by trees and, I expect, a river somewhere about.
However, if your goat cart is a 4x4, you'll see there is plenty of room, as his son can be seen circling round the scene on his bike quite happily, without falling off. Smart child, huh?
I checked out the first ten minutes and it all sounds good to me.
I checked out the what-we-believe trolly, and he reckons that among all those things regarded as heresy are all forms of Calvinism, and amillenialism. And of course he holds dispensational beliefs. But apart from those things, I liked the statement very much.
I just thought you might like to see him in the flesh, teaching the word of God outdoors in a forest glade, living off grid. Well you did talk earlier about the simplicity of living in Christ.
Dr. Tim wrote: I donât know, John, but one Wisconsin city is known as âThe Toilet Paper Capital of the World,â so perhaps the state motto should be âFrom Our Land to Your Loo.â
You are so right, Doc. They are a strange lot there.
I wonder if you have heard of an American preacher called Bryan Denlinger. I listened to a message by him on YouTube earlier, called "Pleading the blood - is it scriptural?"
It was to help a close friend who, some time ago in her pilgrimage, has picked up some false doctrine on spiritual warfare, as well as the "health, wealth and prosperity" errors.
Bryan goes into these subjects very ably, showing what the Bible actually says. He also spends a short time at the close exposing a well-known, extremely rich, preacher woman (Meyer), as well as showing how true spiritual warfare is carried out, from the Bible.
His ministry is called something like King James Version Ministries I believe, and he is clearly a dispensationalist and probably an IFB. You may have heard of him.
Anyway, it's well worth a listen, even though it is 1 hr 20 minutes 41 seconds long.