Thought this was a really encouraging story. This hospital in Israel are paying a large chunk of the $128,000 needed for this poor man’s treatment. Ex-Muslims and Christians working amongst Islamic cities are in great danger, and this horrific attack with acid is no the first one I have heard about.
I think this hospital is meant to be the most advanced in the whole of the Middle East/Africa region. Its wonderful that this man can get treatment there after pledging support for Israel in his home country.
Genesis 12:3 -And I will bless those who bless you, And the one who curses you I will curse. And in you all the families of the earth will be blessed.”
At the beginning of this year when I was at home, I felt an urge to give some money to a Pakistani Christian ministry that supplies bibles to believers in Pakistan. Its interesting here as there a lots of people coming to Christ but its very hard to get bibles in their native language (which I think is Urdu in Pakistan) so Pastor Shahid Paul aims to get bibles provided which costs them around $500 per box 100 including shipping.
I often worry about the lack of sponsorship I still am trying to live here in Israel, but for this ministry they also seem to be finding it hard. I know there is a recession, but I guess with various charities it may be hard with limited resources to shout out to places about your ministry.
But very tragically, Pastor Paul the man who is in this organisation said that a fellow believer friend was murdered by Muslims. There are gangs that frequently go around attacking Christians and burning down their houses, as apostasy or leaving Islam often results in a death sentence in many nations still today.
Its easy to get angry and blame Muslims for this kind of tragedy, but instead we have to both pray and support for our fellow brothers and sisters out in extremely hostile places where the gospel is not heard and that those from other backgrounds who have had hate taught can only change also with prayer out there, also pray for the unbelieving Pakistani people. “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.” Luke 23 : 34
check out some of these links from Pastor Paul from Pakistan