Chinese Pastor Murdered by North Korean Secret Agents

Chinese Flag pd-compressed(Open Doors USA) Recently, Pastor Han, pastor of a church in Chiangbai, China was brutally murdered by North Korean secret agents, sources revealed that he was hacked to death. The purpose behind the murder was to provide a “warning” to Christians in China, who actively assisted North Korean refugees.

In addition to this warning, the Chinese government has warned Chinese and Koreans pastors to refrain from involving themselves. This warning has affected American pastors in the area, as well.

“Special prayer is needed for the safety and protection of local, Chinese Korean workers,” says an Open Doors spokesman. “Our ministry in North Korea is also being threatened by these developments. However, we believe Jesus’ promise that the power of the enemy will not overcome the church of Christ. We should be wise and courageous to deal with NK ministries in these difficult circumstances.”

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  • http://www.bing.com/ Martin Smit

    The Chinese government should do a better job of protecting their citizens against foreign aggression. Surely China should take the side of their own Chinese people against foreign attacks, even if they think their own Chinese people are acting unwisely?

    • Grace Kim Kwon

      It’s merely atheism’s atrocities. I think USA lost the borders because of the nation’s immorality. Immoral people do not know how to defend a nation.

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    May our Lord bless the Church in North Korea.

    • Guest

      And the brethren who are aiding them.

      • Grace Kim Kwon

        Amen. Because the Lord lives, the Church withstands anything.

        • Guest

          Amen. God bless you, Grace.

          • Grace Kim Kwon

            Thank you so much. The Lord bless you. Please continue praying for the Christians in North Korea.

          • Guest

            I will, Grace.

      • LadyInChrist♥BlessedBeTheLord

        Amen

    • LadyInChrist♥BlessedBeTheLord

      Amen.

  • Gena B

    Jesus suffered and we know that we will suffer, but in the end we have the promises of God and the blessing of eternal life. God bless those persecuted for Christ.