Skip to comments.North Korea Covert 6 Operation Final Report (Gospel in NK!)
Posted on 05/28/2010 6:02:31 PM PDT by Recovering_Democrat
Have you been anxiously awaiting word that the Bibles you sponsored have successfully reached their destination in North Korea? Wait no more! Bibles Unbound is pleased to announce the successful completion of the operation. Thanks to your help, 10,000 Bibles have made it into the hands of believing and non-believing North Korean men and women.
Mr. Lee, one man who received a Bible through this operation, explained that before he defected to China he believed Bibles were evil. As a young boy he had been taught that American missionaries did bad things and that the books they carried were bad, too. He admits that when a Bible was passed to him in China, he was afraid to read it. But once he began, he discovered that the words in the Bible are not evil, but instead teach us how to be forgiven and glorify God by doing good. After reading these good words, Mr. Lee placed his faith in Jesus Christ. He then began smuggling Bibles into North Korea, despite the extreme danger. One time he was betrayed and some of the Bibles were destroyed, but he soon returned to smuggling more Bibles into North Korea.
Even as you read these words, Mr. Lee may be making the perilous journey back to North Korea to deliver Gods Word to those who so desperately need and desire it. Mr. Lee is not alone in his dangerous mission. Many North Korean Christians are dedicated to smuggling Gods Word and delivering it to those who need it. Please be praying for these faithful smugglers and the precious cargo they carry. Gods words have the power to transform lives, and together we can pray for transformation in the 10,000 lives reached with these Bibles. Your brothers and sisters in North Korea are so grateful for your partnership. Please continue to lift them up in prayer as they serve God in North Korea.
For those in bonds,
The Bibles Unbound Team
From Christianity Today, November 2008:
The Center for the Study of Global Christianity estimates that there are 467,894 Christians in North Korea and 10,592 Christian martyrs each year. Open Doors ministry lists the country as the world's worst religious persecutor.
Pray for the people of North Korea. If you can help Biblesunbound with a one-time or on-going donation to ANY nation, it would spread the light of God's Word in a dark world.
at news and great post! Thanks for sharing, and for reminding me to make sure we include the persecuted Christians in North Korea
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