Muslims Attack Christians And Bulldoze Church, Christians Respond And Say, “Even if they destroy this church building, our God is still good all the time,”

By Theodore Shoebat

The Muslim government of North Sudan, under Obama’s friend and family associate Omar al-Bashir, bulldozed a church, leveling it to the ground. A member of the church had this to say about the destruction of his church:

Even if they destroy this church building, our God is still good all the time… We the believers are the real church. We are asking you to continue to pray for us because of the great challenge we are facing.

The details behind the bulldozing of the church is given by one report:

Members of the Sudanese Church of Christ in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, watched helplessly June 30 as security forces bulldozed the church, one day after authorities ordered worshippers to vacate the building, Morning Star News reported.

About 70 security personnel armed with guns and tear gas participated in the demolition and threatened to arrest anyone who interfered, witnesses said, but no one was physically harmed.

The church structure was built in 1983 and has documents showing the church owns the land, pastor Kwa Shamal told Morning Star News. Authorities refused to compensate the church for the land and said the location was designated for a hospital.

The congregation of 430 is forced to worship in tents. A nearby Muslim mosque remained.

The Muslims would be up at arms if America began bulldozing mosques, and I say we say make them suffer what they do to churches.

We hear at Rescue Christians once rescued a Christian from Muslim violence in Somalia, and transported him to Ethiopia where he can now worship God in peace and with freedom.

Please help us rescue more Christians in Africa.



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  • richinnameonly

    It really is about winning in the end, but in the mean time I wouldn’t mind seeing mosques bulldozed.

  • shoebat

    Your correct. You do not know me that well. But do I know you that well either. So lets get to know each other a little better.

    But my advise is this; indeed, there is a moral decay, but if we stand still and expect God to do all the work, than we are simply lazy servant. Why do we ask God to do what His servants can do? War at times is inevitable.

    • jmstalk

      I understand there are times when war is unavoidable, and I certainly would rather see the USA fight ISIS on their territory than on our territory. But, there is a very fine line between authentic and justifiable self-defense and revenge or tit-for-tat. Sometimes this fine line comes in the midst of a very thick fog and that fog is our passions. Before our own conversions, we Christians were ruled by our passions. Now, we are ruled by Jesus Christ. In Jesus Christ, we don’t repay an eye for an eye, even if our nature prods us toward it. Think in terms of our natural instincts. Our natural instincts are to strike back, get even, dominate or win. But what was Christ’s instinct? His instinct was to forgive, to justify or excuse the other (they know not what they do), to turn the defeat of pain and suffering into a triumph of redemption. This is the instinct of our Lord. Never, ever should we allow our instincts to be anything other than this.

      If we are forced to fight the forces of Islam, than it has to be for the right reasons. God reads the heart, and giving back to them what we think they deserve is a domain we have no right to. This is God’s domain. We have to guard our hearts and have only the most altruistic intentions (i.e to save women, children, and the weak from brutal rape and murder). It is right to try to save someone; it is wrong to pay back what we think someone deserves.

      Always, always, we should have in mind the salvation of the soul of our enemy. “There but for the grace of God go I”. These people are slaves to Satan through indoctrination that begins in infancy. In God’s eyes they are pitiable and He has nothing but love for them. Yes there are unavoidable times when we must confront them and push them back or defeat them because the threat is just too great or the evil they do becomes intolerable. But, even in this battle, our hearts should be full of love for them, praying for their conversion, for their souls; and every pain or suffering we endure should be on their behalf. If we don’t pray for them, who will?

  • Joe

    If my people who are called by my name will turn from their wicked ways humble them selfs seek me with all their heart and pray I will HEAL there land. Look back at history Gods people backslided over and over so many scriptures point out every time Israel sin God allow their enmines to cleanse the land from sin but God always first gave warning and sent messengers to give warning to repent turn from wicked ways God always gives warning and even at this time in life right now Gods MSG to his people is turn to me from your wicked ways repent we here in America are to love our brothers and sisters not by word but by word and deed our brothers and sisters in Christ over in the Middle East are being beheaded raped and much more and here in America all the churches sitting back idol we sould be allowing those who are being pushed out of there homes to come here The Lord says for us to shelter those feed those cloths those we as Christians need to gather together just as the Muslims do in the millions or sould I say billions anyways we need to gather together as a cloud and cry out to God with all our heart The Lord will bend his bow and shoot out his arrows he is ready are we he is always there but we are to busy with our life as those around the world suffer till something happens here then we wake up and cry out from the depth of our heart we don’t haveto wait till then as we can see the end time signs as God says in his word mockers in the last day beheadings so on n on

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  • cowboyjam

    The sluggard says, “There’s a lion outside! I’ll be killed in the public square!”
    and that proverb apply s to all evil where ever it is . May Gods will be done on earth as it is in heaven . Heaven came to earth and said ,I dont come to bring peace but a sword . If we stand by and let evil rape and kill then we are like the slothful man who declares there is a lion in the streets.
    If evil wants you to give over your wife and children for its demoniac appetite just like in the days of Noah and Sodom . Truly the day has come when killing us, is to them doing God a service. There is a sympathetic cry of the Devil he says :peace and safety .shhh all is well while he regroups for a second wave of destruction . His time is short and to the pit he shall go! Rise up and raise a standard , we are victors in Jesus Name!
    think about it bro

    • jmstalk

      Take the entire quote:

      “Do not think that I come to bring the peace upon earth: I came not to send peace but the sword. For I come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; and the man’s enemies shall be they of his own household. He, who loves father or mother more than Me, is not worthy of Me; and he, who loves son or daughter more than Me, is not worthy of Me. And he, who does not take up his cross and follow Me, is not worthy of Me” (10: 34-38).

      Jesus is talking about the division that will necessarily separate the sheep from the goats, all the way down to the family unit. He ends this saying that he who does not take up his cross and follow Me, is not worthy of Me. Where in this quote do you see the premise or excuse for war? Instead, Jesus knows that the Gospel and Anti-Gospel will clash and those who believe in Jesus will suffer and often die for it. When Jesus took up His cross, He did not resist or refuse what His Father intended for Him. Instead He offered it up for the very ones killing Him.

      These people in the Middle East are infected with demonic possession and -as I said on another website – they need an exorcism. Well, they are not going to get one, so the only other thing that can free them from the possession is our prayers. We need to be praying for God to intervene with events and with grace to restore them and give them a chance for true salvation.