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Man's Son Murdered By Muslim Monsters
By Brian Price 1/13/2015 :: valueoftruth.org

"They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time comes, that whosoever kills you will think that he does God service. And these things will they do unto you, because they have not known the Father, nor me." Those were the words spoken by Jesus Christ only moments before he was arrested and crucified, recorded in John chapter 16. Jesus explained that religious people would kill his beloved followers, the Christians.

The world has never known the damage it has done to itself by persecuting the innocent. The pain that the world brings to itself is exactly what Judas Iscariot experienced when he realized what he had done in betraying "the innocent blood," (Matthew 27:4).

And before I go any further into this article, let me first say that I love the Muslim people. Jesus died for them and he stretches out his hands to them with open arms of forgiveness. In fact, Jesus prayed for them from the cross when he said, "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do," (Luke 23:34).

I do not want to sound bigoted by any means when I write this article. Indeed, my article is intended to simply point out the few monsters within the Muslim faith. I have personally read the words of one Muslim who openly declared his love for Jesus. There are Muslims out there who do believe that Jesus is the Son of God, but fear to come out and say that they are Christians due to the repercussions that they could receive if they call themselves Christians. Instead they retain their original title of Muslim.

And would it be wise to paint every Muslim with a broad brush as a terrorist or as an extremist? I think it would be very foolish.

In fact, to do so would be to call out almost a third of the entire world population. The very Muslim faith itself is known to be very supportive and tolerant of the Jesus of the Bible. Even the Koran speaks more of Jesus than any other religious Islamic figure, and even calls Jesus "the Christ." Islam, in one sense, is essentially another branch of Christianity with Arabic Christians referring to the God of the Bible as "Allah," something that has been done for centuries by the preceding Arabic Jews.

But recently, it has been reported that an Afghan Christian, whom it is reported that his name is "John", ironically the same name as the author of the quotation in the beginning of this article, was the victim of Muslim extremism, in which his own 2 year old son suffered a barbaric death at the hand of his murderers.

The Voice of the Martyrs, in its January 2015 issue magazine, detailed his horrifying ordeal in which he started out himself as a Muslim sheikh, teaching the Taliban's version of Islam in Afghanistan. Later, by means of a heavenly vision of Jesus, he converted to Christianity. In the vision Jesus told him, "I am your God, I am Jesus Christ. You will lose your parents, your child that you love, your relatives, and everyone will hate you. Before you were born, I had plans for you."

By the time he explained to his wife his new found faith, he had already spent 18 months in his father's torture chamber in his basement. To his surprise, his wife also converted to Christianity, along with other members of his family and his wife's family.

Threatened by his own father, he received money from his mother to flee the country. At that moment, he took his wife and fled. His son was left behind with the grandmother.

Before he and his pregnant wife could get to a safe distance in a western country, they were horrified to learn of the death of their son at the hands of John's own father who had turned the little boy over to members of the Taliban which committed the act.

Despite the barbaric cruelty that these people suffered at the hands of their persecutors, some good came of this story. John's pregnant wife gave birth to a once thought dead child, who was born healthy and alive - a miracle only God could have done.

John now lives in a western country, albeit undisclosed. Their focus is now to awaken as many people as possible to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Some of their converts have gone so far as to travel back to Afghanistan where they are originally from to preach the good news of Jesus saves. Afghanistan still remains one of the most hostile nations towards Christians in the world with only a fraction of a percent of its citizens being non-Muslim.

My reaction to reading this story in VOM's article was that of shock. How could anyone perpetrate such barbarism upon their own family? We hear of Christian converts here in America where they are ousted by unbelieving family members for being "religious nuts," but hardly do you ever hear of Christians being murdered for their faith here in America.

Of course, such persecution does indeed happen where wicked unbelievers murder the harmless doves known as Christians here in America. I remember reading an article about a year ago about a pastor of a church who was brutally gunned down by an unbeliever for no good reason, other than because he was a Christian.

And yet, I hear all the time complaints from agnostics/atheists that say we persecute them. But, if that is so, where on earth is such persecution which is done to Christians against atheists? And if such persecution does happen to atheists, ought we to be concerned when unbelievers are at the very core of cultic practices such as LaVeyan Satanism?

The Church of Satan's own website has a frequently asked questions section, in which the question was asked: "Why do Satanists worship the Devil?" Their response to the question was simple: "We donít. Satanists are atheists."

Resistance to tyranny and lies is obedience to God, but resistance to the truth is evil rebellion. God help us when truth and innocence is persecuted!

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