Heart Breaking Statistic

Frontier Missions

According to Frontiers Mission, by this time tomorrow, 37,000 Muslims will die.

Without Christ.

  • How can the people of God not care about that?
  • How can we not care about our neighbors who will not see a tomorrow but one day will stand before the risen Christ and hear him say, “I never knew you. Depart from me” (Matthew 7:21-23)?
  • How can we who are called by Christ, the greatest lover in the world, fail to love those to whom He has sent us?
  • How can we call ourselves His if we do not look for opportunities to make a difference in the lives of the those who are twisted by false teaching and a false prophet?

And while you are thinking (and hopefully, being motivated to confess, and repent, and pray and seek the face of God), how can we not care about the people living right next to us, or working beside us, or cheering their kids on in the baseballs stands and the soccer and football fields around us in our own neighborhoods?

Let’s beg God together that He would break our hearts with the needs of this brutal, corrupt, and violent world. And let’s keep doing it until our hearts really do break with the things that break the heart of God.

And tomorrow, wherever you are, at 10:02 AM, would you stop whatever you are doing and join with me in prayer that God would raise up workers for the harvest?


4 thoughts on “Heart Breaking Statistic

  1. Yes, we ought to spread the Gospel among the Muslims. Be advised that many will react violently when we do. Theirs has been a bloody history of violence as their “faith” is really a violent ideology cloaked in a thin veneer of religiosity.

    While we are at it, let’s evangelize or at least try to the Jews. Are you familiar with what is in the Talmud, the governing book of modern Judaism? Christian Zionism and end-times prophecies aside, Christians ought to preaching the Gospel to the Jews.

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