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Somebody Else's Hell (Continued...)

Shayna
August 30, 2007

I lingered on the last phrase, wondering the same thing (The stories described were too graphic for me to recount for you here).

At times, I think that we will know that we are living in the end times because everyone—churched or unchurched--will realize it. The atrocities around us will be so horrific that it will inconceivable that anyone would allow their heart to be hardened to the promise of a Savior, especially one like Jesus Christ. The reality of the situation is, though, that people are just going to keep on living their normal lives without taking note of the crumbling humanity around them (Luke 17:26-27, Revelation 16:15).

This quarter’s mission offering is for the West Central African Division, including the Congo. Consider making a contribution to the missions in that area with your offerings this month and remember to pray for the people, the missionaries, and those hungering for God. Someone’s hell is happening right now—maybe somewhere near you.



*Ensler, Eve. 2007. Women left for dead—and the man who’s saving them. Glamour, Sept: 288-292, 410-411.

- Re: Somebody Else's Hell (Continued...) from BlueSalad, October 9, 2007

That is so true! The world is coming to an end whether we accept it or not. We Christians truly need to get the word out to everyone! I am sometimes ashamed of myselves and others who are so chicken on telling others the truth.

- Re: Somebody Else's Hell (Continued...) from April, September 1, 2007

We should all pray that God would be with them and continue praotecting the people there in that country and all over the world.

- Re: Somebody Else's Hell (Continued...) from Jen*, August 31, 2007

I have this Glamour, and just read this article on Sunday night. It's the first time I've ever cried about something I read in a magazine. It kept me up that night praying for those women and the doctor who works at the hospital there. I can't imagine the kind of life one could have after the trauma these women have experienced, so every night, I just keep praying for them. The ADRA website has a section where you can send an e-card to a missionary in the Congo [or anywhere else] so I sent one, thanking them for their work there. Most of all, I pray every day -- hoping that there will be some way to prevent women and girls from these horrors. This situation really makes me long for the Second Coming. Thanks for writing about it.



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