Daily Topic for March 29, 2010
What is finished? You might ask. Because of the fall of Adam and Eve, Satan claimed authority over the peoples of the earth. With Jesus’ sacrifice of Himself, He entered into a horrid struggle to reclaim His own, what was His by right of creation. Jesus won the victory over the evil one. The war over Satan’s claim to those peoples still in darkness is finished, and Christ is the victor. Satan’s claim is finished for eternity! All he can do now is deceive the nations into taking a path that leads them away from the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.
Pray that God’s children will quickly tell them the good news of Christ’s redemption. Praise God for redeeming those who call on His Name! It is finished!
How do you take the message of Jesus Christ to Kazakhstan, a country just south of Russia? Of course, missionaries are one way, but it is often difficult for them to gain entry and acceptance. There is a way to gain access to every home that has a radio.
FEBC radio has found a way to share Christ with Muslims. Jesus is mentioned in the Qu’ran (Isa is Arabic for Jesus), and Muslims are instructed to obey His teachings. FEBC is using that path to share the gospel message with Muslims.
The goal is to reach countries with large Muslim populations. This is why FEBC is targeting Russia and Kazakhstan with Project Isa. One Kazakh believer said, “We must do everything we can to let the people know Christianity is not a Western religion, but rather a relationship with the Father through Jesus Christ.”
The program director of FEBC-Russian Ministries recently said, “At this historical point, we can either influence these countries by helping the people know Christ and build a relationship with the one true God…or we can watch history change forever as the Muslim influence alters the very fabric of these people.”Learn more at joshuaproject.net
Pray for FEBC as they expand their radio outreach to Muslims around the world with Project Isa. Pray for receptive hearts to hear the message in Kazakhstan and beyond.