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Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 2]

How do we respond to persecution?
Why and how do we identify withe the persecuted?

This article is a continuation of Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 1]

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Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 1]

For most modern day Christians, persecution is merely a historical or antiquated theological ideology, an awkward subject that hopefully the church has overgrown. We barely have any sense of identification with people suffering for their faith in Christ and for their passion to share the gospel. I hope I can show you just how tragic this is.

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The effective Christian’s prayer ministry

By prayer ministry I do not imply a group of people who form a band and have special meetings in which they gather to pray together, that is ok, but in this short article, my focus is on our individual approach to prayer as every Christian’s ministry. Share this post on:

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… If you’re not a pastor or church leader

The questions are: Is Christian ministry restricted within leadership? Do I as an untitled believer and you, if you are not a pastor or church leader, have any mandates of ministry; any responsibilities to and in the church, other than to believe, be saved, then to sit back and be happy enjoying the show? The key to our answers lies in the question: What is ministry?

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The Eternal Security question

Can we be truly saved and not eternally secure ?

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