Tag Archive: Christians

1, 8, 3, 1 Which are you?

January 25th, 2012 | Buen Consejo | for http://www.baptist.org 1, 8, 3, 1…  which are you?  What is this about?  Read on and see –>>    In the scriptures, in Matthew 26:36-46, we read about 13 people that I want to address.  Jesus and 11 of his disciples when to a place called Gethsemane.  At this…

Salvation under the old testament law?

  December 12th, 2011 | Buen Consejo| for http://www.baptist.org  Under the law securing an eternity with the Lord and not spending eternity burning in the lake of fire was set up differently than it is now under grace. A confusion enters here: Someone asked Jesus (while under the law):  Matthew 19:16, 17  “And, behold, one came…

Redemption, Remission, Forgiveness. What’s the Difference?

Buen Consejo | October 24, 2011 | for http://www.baptist.org   What is the difference between Redemption, Remission and Forgiveness?  Did you even know that they are different?  Which one saves you?? Can you have one of the other two and still be lost? Many people say that if you ask God to forgive your sins, you’ll…

Which is the Right Bible to Read?

September 10, 2011 | Buen Consejo | for http://www.baptist.org | As you continue reading the Bible, I thought it prudent to make you aware of what is going on in the world of truth. Since the days when Eve (Gen 3:1-6) replied to the serpent’s questioning of the words of God, the battle has been on….

Five Christians Murdered In A Week Under Pakistan’s Blasphemy Law

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Pakistan (MNN) ? Muslim extremists are blamed for the murders of five Christians in Pakistan in less than a week. Greg Musselman, spokesman for Voice of the Martyrs Canada, says 22-year-old Latif Masih was shot to death shortly after he was granted bail in a “blasphemy” case. He was accused in early November under Law…

Al-Qaida Group Calls Mideast Christians ‘Legitimate Targets’

Arshed Masih, a Pakistani Christian who was burned by Muslim hardliners for refusing to convert to Islam, died early Tuesday, March 23, at the age of 38, his family told Worthy News and its news partner BosNewsLife agency.

Posted on Nov 4, 2010 | by Erin Roach BAGHDAD, Iraq (BP)—Al-Qaida in Iraq has declared that Christians in the Middle East are “legitimate targets” for violence, after the group carried out an unprecedented attack on a Baghdad church. The Islamic State of Iraq, with ties to al-Qaida, released a message Nov. 3 saying, “The…

Baptist Group Helps Haitian Amputee Soccer Team Achieve A Dream

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Staff Writer, George Henson for the Texas Baptist Standard | Thursday, October 21st, 2010 DALLAS (ABP) — Helping a team of amputee soccer players get to their World Cup venue might not seem like disaster relief, but Dick Talley with Texas Baptist Men said that is exactly what it is. “We see this as an…

UN Resolution Jeopardizes Religious Freedom Worldwide

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USA (MNN) ? Christians in Muslim-dominated countries are facing increased persecution. Over the last month, churches in Indonesia have been attacked and forced to close. A mob of Pakistani Muslim extremists shot and beat dozens of Christians, including one cleared earlier of “blasphemy” charges. These Christians, and many more worldwide, are not free to believe….

Philippines: Christians Shocked By Murder of Baptist Pastor

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Joseph Saliba, Baptist pastor, was murdered in Quezon City. Wednesday, October 13, 2010 by Spero News On  October 13, 9 am Joseph Saliba, 42, pastor of a Baptist church in the Philippines was shot and killed by a gunman in broad daylight while traveling in his car in Quezon City, in downtown Manila. According to information from…