By Theodore Shoebat
A Pentecostal pastor named Rajesh Digal was captured by Hindus who told him to convert to Hinduism. He said no, and they severely beat him. They urged him again to convert to Hinduism and like a true imitation of Christ, he refused. They buried him in the ground all the way up to his neck and left him there for two days. He was dehydrated by then, just as Christ was thirsty on the Cross, and asked for a little water. The Hindus, like the sons of Satan that they are, urinated on his face. They asked him again to renounce Christ again, and like a good soldier he firmly refused. The Hindus hacked and beat him to death axes, clubs and sticks. According to the report:
There’s Rajesh Digal, a Pentecostal pastor who was asked to recant his faith. When he refused, he was beaten severely. He was then asked again if he would renounce his Christianity; when he said no, he was buried in a pit up to his neck for two days. When he asked for water, his tormentors urinated in his mouth.
Given a final chance to repudiate his faith, Digal declined for a third time. At that point, he was beaten to death with clubs, axes, and sticks. To this day, his body has never been found.
The enemies of Christ surround us, with the Muslims, the pagans, the atheists, just as Christ was surrounded by enemies. With this can we say with David:
They have closed up their fat hearts;
With their mouths they speak proudly.
They have now surrounded us in our steps;
They have set their eyes, crouching down to the earth,
As a lion is eager to tear his prey,
And like a young lion lurking in secret places. (Psalms 17:10-12)
In the Middle Ages Christendom was surrounded by all of the children of Satan: the Muslims in the East, the Vikings in the north, the Huns and the Anglo-Saxon pagans; everywhere the enemies of God were round about. It is no different in our own time, except the difference is our awareness. Today our sense of awareness for evil is almost solely determined by a position of self-preservation. “It affects me, therefore I care” is the common mentality; not where or not it is a danger to the Body of Christ, not whether or not it is a false religion, or if it offends God, but if it affects you individually.
We see Hinduism as a peaceful religion, even though so many thousands of Christians have been tormented by its devilish followers. We don’t care because its not happening to us. The only reason why people care more about Islam is because Islam has attacked American society directly. If the Muslims were just killing Christians in Asia, then I doubt our concerns would be as active as they are now.