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To: Quix; Alex Murphy; Gamecock; Amityschild; firebrand; GiovannaNicoletta; Lera; marbren
that gives out “Proclaimers” to tribal groups . . . windup MP3 players with the Bible in their language orally . . . given to “THE MAN OF PEACE” of the tribe . . . who agrees to play it for 30 min once a week to the group . . . with 30 min of discussion. Just the plain Scriptures.

One group I love being able to donate to is Wycliffe Bible Translators. They send missionaries into the most remote areas to translate the Scriptures for people. It's hard to believe there are still tribal groups that have not heard, let alone read, The Gospel.

And God confirms it with signs following—healings, deliverance from demons etc.

I am very fortunate that there is a seminary associated with the church I attend and we are large enough to be able to support a lot of missionaries. We have people come and give reports from the mission field and the miraculous things that God is doing are incredible. In the west we are conditioned to discount the supernatural but that doesn't mean these things aren't occurring.

7 posted on 10/07/2011 7:07:08 AM PDT by wmfights (If you want change support SenateConservatives.com)
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To: wmfights

INDEED. PRAISE GOD.

In China, when I was there . . .

One could almost detect the distance FROM a Semitary by the degree of miracles in the lives of the Christians.

The further from the Semitary, the MORE AND GREATER the miracles.

I’m sure God enjoyed that—from one perspective—and was saddened about it from another.

. . . the foolish things of God to confound the wise . . .


8 posted on 10/07/2011 7:42:10 AM PDT by Quix (Times are a changin' INSURE you have believed in your heart & confessed Jesus as Lord Come NtheFlesh)
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