Muslims Converting to Christianity after ISIS Atrocities…

These Last Days News – April 29, 2015

Muslims Converting to Christianity after ISIS Atrocities…

“The battle, My child, will accelerate very shortly for there will not only be a great war of weapons of mankind, but it will be known soon throughout the world as a religious war.” Our Lady of the Roses August 21, 1974

“My children, are there so few who will suffer for the Faith? Are My children lost to the need for suffering and martyrdom for the Faith? Do you not understand, My children, that martyrdom means immediate entrance into Heaven. Is this not worth fighting for? – Our Lady, November 20, 1978

BelieversStandUnited.com reported on April 28, 2015:

Nearly 200,000 Muslims of the Yazidi tribe are fleeing Northern Iraq due to the current atrocities of ISIS. Many of these fugitives are turning to Christianity after seeing the stark contrast in behavior of the members of the two religions, true to the teachings of Jesus in Matthew 7:16-20 that they will know us by our fruit.

The refugees report finding their neighbors turning on them and persecuting them. They see fellow Islamists executing many Christians and Muslims and taking their wives and daughters as slaves or for sexual purposes. One recent convert states, “The kindness and generosity of Christians creates a gap between their faith and Muslims as great as that between earth and sky. While our fellow Muslims betrayed us, the Christians showed us real humanity and love.”

This convert and others continually expressed the question, “Why do Muslims not show this attitude towards others?” Samaritan’s Purse, serving the community of refugees, has brought water, supplies, and other necessities for those who left their homes with nothing. They hand out blankets and other items in the name of Christ and witness to those in desperate need.

Why It Matters

Christians are facing new confrontations and struggles on many fronts. However, the birth of our faith was borne out of struggle and increasingly brutal confrontation. It’s not the absence of tribulation but the way the Spirit enables us to face those challenges that proves the Word. Even as we are called bigots and worse, we are provided new opportunities to share the Truth with the world and those around us. When we live out God’s Word in acts of kindness and generosity, it will provide a stark contrast to Islam. In that way, God will be able “…to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us.” (Ephesians 3:20 KJV)

Take Action

  • Many ministries, such as Samaritan’s Purse, work to show God’s love to these displaced people. Consider giving above and beyond your local tithe to support them in their fulfillment of Christ’s commands.
  • Ask the Lord to empower those who work among these refugees, and encourage them in the fruit they are producing.
  • Pray the Spirit will continue to move among those who are facing daily persecution and even death by the radical Islamists.

Muslims Converting to Christianity after ISIS Atrocities…

Nearly 200,000 Muslims of the Yazidi tribe are fleeing Northern Iraq due to the current atrocities of ISIS. Many of these fugitives are turning to Christianity after seeing the stark contrast in behavior of the members of the two religions, true to the teachings of Jesus in Matthew 7:16-20 that they will know us by our fruit. Muslims Converting to Christianity after ISIS Atrocities…

The refugees report finding their neighbors turning on them and persecuting them. They see fellow Islamists executing many Christians and Muslims and taking their wives and daughters as slaves or for sexual purposes. One recent convert states, “The kindness and generosity of Christians creates a gap between their faith and Muslims as great as that between earth and sky. While our fellow Muslims betrayed us, the Christians showed us real humanity and love.” Muslims Converting to Christianity after ISIS Atrocities…

This convert and others continually expressed the question, “Why do Muslims not show this attitude towards others?” Samaritan’s Purse, serving the community of refugees, has brought water, supplies, and other necessities for those who left their homes with nothing. They hand out blankets and other items in the name of Christ and witness to those in desperate need. Muslims Converting to Christianity after ISIS Atrocities…

http://www.tldm.org/News26/Muslims-Converting-To-Christianity-After-ISIS-Atrocities.htm

Our Lady of  the Roses Awesome Bayside Prophecies…  http://www.tldm.org/Bayside/default.htm  
These prophecies came from Jesus, Mary, and the saints to Veronica Lueken at Bayside, NY, from 1968 to 1995:

PERSECUTION
“All who continue in the battle ahead must accept martyrdom. It does not, My child, necessarily mean death of your body, but it will mean persecution. Stand fast in the faith. Keep the faith in the hearts of those you love. Extend your charity of heart to all of your brother and sisters throughout the world. Pray a constant vigilance of prayer.” – Our Lady, October 2, 1974

EXAMPLE OF THE SAINTS
“You must instruct and bring to your children the knowledge of your saints. Their example is in the light, My children. Those you have set up to idolize upon earth now are the creations of satan. You must accept and follow the example of your saints, those who have been given this honor by your holy Church. They, too, My child, did not win their crowns without trial, rejection, and often, martyrdom.” –Jesus, June 5, 1975 

WASHED CLEAN
“The saints and those who were washed clean by the blood of martyrdom, they join all in Heaven crying for vengeance against deceitful mankind and the abominations that offend the Eternal Father–abominations in the House of God!” – St. Michael, September 13, 1974

IN THE FEW
“Many martyrs, My child, shall come in the days ahead, and defenders of the Faith. Carry your crosses, My children, for those who will be saved shall be in the few.” – Jesus, November 20, 1975

IMMEDIATE ENTRANCE
“My children, are there so few who will suffer for the Faith? Are My children lost to the need for suffering and martyrdom for the Faith? Do you not understand, My children, that martyrdom means immediate entrance into Heaven. Is this not worth fighting for?” – Our Lady, November 20, 1978

MANY GREAT SAINTS SHALL RISE
“Awaken now from your slumber and seek your return from your course of destruction by getting down upon your knees and praying in heartfelt, sincere prayer to the Eternal Father, to guide you back from your present road of destruction.
“Your countrymen have sought to silence the voice of My Mother throughout your world. You will not continue to silence the voice-boxes throughout the world, for you are sowing the seeds of your own destruction!
“Amen, amen, I say to you: unless mankind returns God the Eternal Father to his life, he will not have the years of two hands to count upon!
     “The present generation, My child, shall pass through this crucible of suffering. Many great saints shall rise from this persecution.” – Jesus, June 5, 1975 

Directives from Heaven…http://www.tldm.org/directives/directives.htm

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