(World Watch Monitor) — The leader of a Sri Lankan church destroyed by a mob earlier this month has vowed that the church will continue to meet.
Kamal Wasantha, leader of the Kithu Sevana prayer centre, told Asia News, “No attack can stop us. We shall continue to meet and pray under a tree.”
Despite the attack leaving the Christian community of 15 families and 20 other worshippers nowhere to meet, they have no desire for revenge. “[We] shall not attack them in retaliation. Judgment belongs to God,” Wasantha said.
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