Daily Topic for July 27, 2010

1 Timothy 1:15
Here is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.

Why did Jesus come? Over and over again the gospel record clearly says that Jesus came into the world with one central purpose: to minister and to give His life as a ransom for all who would accept Him. He is the ONLY One who can save sinners. This is a very difficult thing to accept for Muslim peoples who put their faith in obedience to the Qur’an rather than the lordship of Jesus Christ.


Pray for the Muslims who are coming to Christ to grasp, embrace and tell of Jesus’ ability to forgive sins and save sinners.

Breakthrough Among Muslims in China

The Greek word used for “nations” is ethne, and it actually means ethnic groups, not political countries. God’s plan is for every ethnic and linguistic group to be represented in heaven. In the book of Revelation, we learn that Jesus’ blood has “purchased men for God from every tribe and language and nation [ethne]” (Rev. 5:9). Experts say there are 1hese are still considered unreached.

Asia Harv2,000 ethnic groups in the world today, and at least 4,000 of test is a link between the church in Asia and Christ followers around the world. They assist evangelists in unreached areas, and are now working with more than 400 evangelists and about 100 different unreached tribes and ethnic groups. They work through existing mission organizations, and one of these ministries is called to reach Muslims for Christ.

One of the most dangerous and hostile places in the world for Christian workers is located in northwest China. One notorious Muslim ethnic group controls the drug trade in that part of Asia, and is well known for fanatical Islam. A little over a year ago, Asia Harvest received a picture showing the first-ever Christian fellowship in this ethnic group. The picture showed these former Muslims, now redeemed by the blood of Jesus, intently studying the Bible together.

Learn more at joshuaproject.net

Pray that this group’s new faith in Jesus, and His life-changing power will be contagious among others of this ethnic minority. Pray that fellowships among this group will soon multiply.


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