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July 12, 2000

The life of the 27-year-old Somali refugee sentenced to die for converting to Christianity is likely to be spared. Mohammed Omer Haji, who was told last week he had seven days to recant his profession of faith or face execution, will probably be expelled from the country instead, along with his wife and small child.

Defense lawyer Mohammed Abdulkarim Omarawi told Compass Direct yesterday that Haji had been returned to court on Sunday, without access to legal counsel, to answer further questions. "I think they have decided to deport him out of the country to finish this problem," he said after visiting Haji in jail.

That move was confirmed by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees representative Anoushiravam Daneshvar, who told Compass that the prosecutor had indicated he intended to request Haji's deportation for apostasy when he appears in court again tomorrow.

Having arrived in Yemen in 1994, Haji became a Christian two years ago. Under the country's strict Islamic "Shariah" law, it is a capital offense for a Muslim to convert to Christianity. When he appeared in court last week, Haji was told that his execution could be averted if he renounced his new faith and returned to Islam.
Source: Charisma News Service

God's People

My people, My precious and chosen ones, will you incline your ears to Me ? Will you take a moment and allow Me to speak to you ? Your days are hectic; your schedule too busy; your time disorganised in relation to your God!

When you incline your ear, you will hear ! When you seek Me, you will find Me ! Many times are wasted because My people are too busy to listen to Me ! Children, turn aside and see (Exodus 3 v 1-5) !

I need you all to listen attentively, to lay aside time and allow Me to instruct you, for strategy is needed ! You need to know the next steps to take and from out of the midst of My presence will flow understanding (Psalm 73 v 16&17), that you may see the way in which you should move !

Living a life for Me means to always be diligent to hear My voice ! My Word speaks to you and you obey ! I speak through My vessels and you listen !

Good, I am pleased ! I am now asking you to come and listen to My voice speaking directly to you ! Audibly . . . yes ! To your spirit . . . yes ! To you personally, I will reveal the plans and purposes of My heart for you and for My Church (Jeremiah 33 v 3) !

I will instruct you in venturing forth, for this is the season of expansion and adventure ! It is time for explosion . . . for you, My Church, to walk in the true power I have given to you !

O warriors, don't stop praying and interceding, for the prayers of the righteous man avails much (James 5 v 16-18) ! I move on the words of man ! Yes, you heard correctly ! What comes from your mouth I can act upon and reveal Myself, not only to you but also to those around you (1 Kings 17 v 1) !

I have chosen to work through man and WITH man ! O Church, few have come to this understanding that I work with man !

The words you speak, in faith believing, cause Me to release My power to bring to pass that, which is spoken forth ! The sun stood still because Joshua, My servant, spoke . . . Church, he had authority because he knew that God worked with man (Joshua 10 v 12-14) !

To work through is to use as a channel ! To work with is to work together to get a job done ! I need both in operation . . . the humility and openness for My power to move through and the maturity and wisdom for us to work together ! That generates power . . . through you, working with Me, nations can be changed, but an ear to hear is vital, to listen to My voice in this time !

Incline your ears to Me O Church, for great plans lay ahead for you walk in, but how will you move into them without first listening to My instructions ?

I love you My Church, I love you !

Every blessing to you all,
Yours in Christ,
Andrew Combe


From: Ching Co
July 11, 2000


The past few days I have sense a new boldness rising within my heart as I began to pray and remember the various needs around me. I was surprised by the new passion and zeal that I felt rising up in me when I bring a petition before the King. Somehow I felt that I'm not alone in this and was led to share this message with the body of Christ. So if any of you happens to be led in the same manner, let us encourage one another and praise God for His wonderful ways.


God began to brought back to my minds these verses and they have become very real to me and have become my own battle cry in prayer most days.

I become like the watchman in Isaiah who will never give the Lord rest until He fulfills and establishes His promises to us.

" I have posted watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem; they will never be silent day or night. You who call on the Lord, give yourselves no rest, and give Him no rest till He establishes Jerusalem and makes her the praise of the earth." (Isaiah 62:6-7)

Like Elisha , I cry to God in the same manner. Where then is the God of Miracles that I've read about from the Bible. I want to see Him act on behalf of His people NOW.

" He (Elisha) picked up the cloak that had fallen from Elijah and went back and stood on the bank of the Jordan. Then he took the cloak that had fallen from him and stuck the water with it. ' Where now is the Lord, the God of Elijah?' he asked. When he struck the water, it divided to the right and to the left, and he crossed over." (2 Kings 2:13-14)

Like Jacob, as I wrestled with our God in prayer, I will not let Him go unless He blesses us and come to our aid and bring to fulfillment all that He has promise to do and give to us.

" Then the man said, ' Let me go, for it will be daybreak.' But Jacob replied, ' I will not let you go unless you bless me.'" (Genesis 32:26)


I felt that God is pouring on His body a spirit of boldness and zealousness in prayer. In the past, when we pray, we might be led to end our prayer "If it be thy will." But the time has come for us to be bold in staking our claim in prayers for the fulfillment of all the promises that God has given to us individually and corporately.

That season of passiveness is over and we need to "throw the ball" so to speak back to God's court and not to be afraid to demand that God establishes His covenant with us and fulfills His promises to us.


The enemy will be exerting all efforts to discourage us from speaking in this manner and would attempt to make us feel that these actions are prideful and our Heavenly Father will look down with disdain for us. But this is a lie. . . . .


"Heavenly Father, you have called us to come boldly and enter into your throne and lay our petitions before You. And this is what we intend to do. We intend to bombard heaven with our prayers and petitions, the very words, thoughts, impressions that You've been laying upon our hearts. This day, we ask that You began to bring all these into reality.

"Summon Your power O God, show us Your strength as You have done before. We want to see the God of Moses who went before His people and open the red sea for them. We want to see the God of Peter, whose anointing was so strong that even Peter's shadow brings healing to those that he passed by.

"Arise O God and come to our rescue, why should your children be trampled down by the enemy. You have promised that we will be the head and not the tail. Come down from heaven and show us how You move on behalf of Your children.

"Father, the time is now. We can't wait much longer. Unless you come, many of Your children will not see light . Come to our aid, come for the sake of Your name. We speak these things standing on the righteousness that is in Christ and we are asking You to do these things for us in Jesus Christ name. Amen!"

Blessings to you all,

Sis. Ching Co
Cebu City

by Doug Fortune

"Let this MIND be IN YOU, which was also in Christ Jesus... He humbled Himself and became OBEDIENT unto DEATH, even the death of the CROSS. Wherefore God also hath highly EXALTED Him..."(Phil.2:5,8-9).

I used to think that humility was a matter of continually dying to self, continually placing my will upon the altar, thinking of myself in terms of how sinful I was compared to the holiness of my Father, thinking of myself as LESS than other people (you can esteem others without debasing yourself), not telling other people if God had used me to do something extraordinary... I think you get the picture. Many sincere Christians would agree that these are admirable traits of humility. Do you see the focus though?... MY dying, MY sacrifice, MY faults, MY image, MY works... this mindset has little to do with true humility, but it looks very spiritual. I believe that most who pursue this type of mindset do so out of pure motives ( I believe I did), but with an inaccurate understanding.

Jesus Christ is our example in humility and the verse we just read gives an accurate definition humility: He humbled Himself and became OBEDIENT unto DEATH. True humility is OBEDIENCE unto DEATH, whether that is figurative or literal death. Primarily for us, this speaks of death to the Adam-sin nature, but also with a possibility of physical martyrdom. The emphasis cannot be on OUR continual dying to self, sacrificing OUR will, debasing OURselves, as this can easily lead to the pride of false humility... because the focus is inward, on US.

Our focus and mindset must be on the fact that IN Christ we are ALREADY crucified, dead and buried! Someone who is already dead does not need to continually die; the life we live is His LIFE being lived through us. The one who is crucified in Christ and living the RESURRECTION life has no will other than that of the Father. The one who is dead in Christ is made the RIGHTEOUSNESS of God in Christ, "...for He made Him to be sin for us, Who knew no sin..." (2 Cor.5:21). To walk in TRUE humility, our focus must be on HIS death and resurrection Life in us, HIS will, HIS righteousness. Obviously, we must allow this to be lived out within us... we can't think we're the righteousness of God and live like the devil in open sin and rebellion, then we're only fooling ourselves.

True humility is not about US, it is about Christ IN US. My most humble effort still has the stench of pride, because it is MY effort. You see, Christ has already provided a humility for us to walk in... it is called being 'conformable unto HIS DEATH'. Jesus said, "I can of mine OWN SELF do nothing..." (John 5:30), yet people were healed, delivered, even raised from the dead in His ministry. Did this cause Him to be lifted up in pride?... no, because He understood that it was the work of His Father.

Let me get to the real issue... I believe that the church is seeing the dawning of a new day where miracles, signs and wonders will be the rule and not the exception. Those with an inaccurate understanding of true humility will have a difficult time transitioning into a season of manifest power. You see, religious humility that is a product of man's effort says you must figuratively get 'low' and 'stay low' to remain humble. Interestingly enough, God says that when you humble yourself, He will EXALT you (James 4:10; 1Pet.5:6). True humility can handle being exalted because it understands that it's NOT about the individual, it's about the corporate Christ anointing... it's ALL the ministry of Christ, no matter how and who it comes through! If I have the idea that it is in any way MY ministry, or MY church, or even MY life and I see a measure of success, then I can take credit for part of it. God will SHARE His glory with NONE! If I understand that I am DEAD in Christ and it is His LIFE being lived in me and through me, THEN He is able to do abundantly above anything I could ask or think! Then He is not limited in what He can do through me.

Are you walking in a false humility of your efforts?... are you continually dying?... is your focus on your sacrifice? Know that Christ has already provided His DEATH. He came that you may have LIFE, zoe, HIS very Life, HIS mind, HIS humility... and yes, to be EXALTED and seated at the right hand of the Father in Christ in HIS power. As we begin to walk in true humility, we WILL see the 'greater works' Jesus spoke of. Let us embrace the FINISHED work of the CROSS... HIS humility... HIS death... HIS burial... HIS resurrection Life in us... HIS exaltation and position at the right hand of the Father, with US being found IN HIM!

The Burden of the Cross in India
By Pamela Constable

NEW DELHI, India - A sleeping priest was beaten to death with pump handles in Uttar Pradesh state. A Christian graveyard was dug up in Andhra Pradesh and the tombstones smashed. A missionary distributing Bibles in Gujarat was seized and the books burned. On one day, bombs exploded in four churches across different states. From petty harassment to premeditated murder, Christian clergy and activists, institutions and symbols are under new assault by militant Hindus across India. With more than 30 incidents reported in the past several months, church leaders say the pattern has gained unprecedented breadth and momentum.

The attackers are rarely caught but often are suspected of belonging to a network of grass-roots Hindu groups known as the sangh parivar, or "united family." The groups, which have gained followers and stature since a Hindu-based party came to national power in 1996, promote Hinduism as a way of life and act as watchdogs against its perceived enemies.

Most sangh parivar leaders deny involvement in religious violence, but some openly espouse ousting Christians from India. The groups are also believed to sponsor alarmist literature, often unsigned, that warns of a Christian conspiracy to take over India through "forced conversions" of rural and tribal people.

Indian newspapers recently reported that one Hindu group was running arms training camps. Another group promotes the hero worship and possible political candidacy of Dara Singh, a Hindu activist who is in prison awaiting trial in the fatal burning of Graham Staines, an Australian Baptist missionary, and his two sons in January 1999. "Dara Singh is the protector of the Hindus, a reformer who is fighting the conspiracy," said Dhirendra Nath Pande, 27, a software developer who is secretary of the Save Dara Singh Committee here. "The biggest danger to our religion is from Christianity. . . . It is slowly planned, like sweet poison," he asserted. "Now because of our work, the Christian reality has been exposed. What will you do by arresting one Dara Singh? Thousands of Dara Singhs will be born."

The Indian government, while embarrassed at the tarnishing of its secular image abroad, seems paralyzed by the attacks. Top officials of the ruling alliance, which is dominated by the Hindu-based Bharatiya Janata Party and beholden to the sangh parivar, have played down the crimes and made bland appeals for religious harmony. In Rome last week, Pope John Paul II told Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee he was disturbed by the violence and said it had "seriously wounded" India's tradition of religious tolerance. Vajpayee said he, too, was concerned but dismissed the attacks as "isolated incidents" and suggested that the problem be viewed "in its proper perspective." Church officials and human rights groups say the government's weak response is encouraging a climate of hatred and allowing fears of a "Christian takeover" to fester, even though India is more than 85 percent Hindu and less than 3 percent Christian.

The sense of vulnerability among Indian Christians deepened last month when their leading defender, the Roman Catholic archbishop of New Delhi, died in a car crash in Poland. Before his trip, Archbishop Alan de Lastic told journalists here that India's Christian community was facing its worst crisis since the state was founded in 1947. "I blame the government for this," de Lastic said, noting that he had spoken to Vajpayee about the attacks, "yet nothing seems to be getting done."

At de Lastic's funeral in New Delhi's cathedral Tuesday, thousands of people filed past the garlanded coffin, and hundreds filled a condolence book with messages that spoke of more than spiritual bereavement.

Church officials say the Hindu militants' real motive is not to defend their religion, but their economic privileges. They say upper-caste Hindus feel threatened by the work of Christian missions to uplift India's rural and tribal poor, many of whom are trapped at the bottom of society by the rigid Hindu caste system. Hindu activists say Christian churches convert illiterate Indians in the guise of service to the poor.

When violent crimes do occur against Christians, police usually attribute them to theft or personal grudges rather than religious motives. On the night of June 6, the Rev. George Kuzhikandam, an Indian-born teacher at a convent school, was bludgeoned to death by a group of unidentified men near the city of Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, becoming the fourth Christian clergyman killed in India in the past 18 months.

The unsolved slaying became instant grist for competing rumor mills. Some Hindu groups suggested the priest was involved in sexual misconduct or killed by Pakistani intelligence agents. The police blamed robbers, questioned a school cook who was then found strangled in his cell and admitted they did not even consider questioning local Hindu extremists. Fellow priests believe the slaying was another organized attempt to intimidate Catholic activities.

"In the context of what's happening around the country, we can only conclude that this, too, was a planned attack," said the Rev. Emmanuel Ulahannan, the headmaster. He said that some parents might withdraw their children from school and that church workers posted in schools and chapels across India feel even more vulnerable since de Lastic's death. "He had a lot of influence and was able to put some pressure," Ulahannan said. "We feel lost now."

As criticism has mounted in India and abroad, some conservative Hindu organizations have strongly denied any links to the religious violence, but they described it as a natural reaction by Hindus who feel their faith is under siege. They also have stepped up "reconversion" campaigns to bring new Christians back to the Hindu fold. On June 2, a Hindu priest triumphantly "reconverted" 72 tribal Indians in the same village where Staines, the Australian missionary, was killed.

Critics say continuing mixed signals from Delhi and state governments may bolster, rather than chasten, the fanatic Hindu fringe. Some top officials, such as Home Minister L.K. Advani, are Hindu hard-liners who see no reason for alarm; others, including Vajpayee, seem more eager to avoid alienating Hindu constituents than to salvage India’s reputation as a tolerant, secular democracy.

"If the sangh parivar groups have been bold enough to announce their plans, it is evidently because the [government's] response to the threat . . . has left much to be desired," said the Hindustan Times in an editorial. "It is time that the Government unambiguously clarified that it will not allow such openly provocative remarks and actions."

*** B. Hoffman acted as eager watchman, picking up this piece for us.
Submitted by the Diggers

True Unity
Mike Forest

One of the many things that God is doing in His church at this time is the breaking down of everything that is contrary to the unity of the Spirit. One of the purposes of the fivefold ministry is to bring us all into the unity of the faith.

One misconception about unity is that God is not concerned with what men believe as long as they love one another and are in agreement. This concept is not the true unity of the faith. In fact the Word of God warns against this very thing.

"Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that you should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints." (Jude 1:3).

"For the time will come when they shall not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; and they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables." ( 2 Timothy 4: 3, 4).

The same Spirit that is bringing believers into the unity of the faith is referred to in the Word as the Spirit of truth. That which is called unity which is not based on truth is really not true unity at all. A unity that is not built upon THE TRUTH is a unity that is built upon a lie, and therefore it is not build upon the true foundation.

The reason that there are divisions within the church is that men are holding tightly to their own opinions. Men are more interested in justifying their own creeds, belief systems, and traditions, than they are in searching out the truth in God's Word under the leadership of the Holy Spirit. We have got to be willing to die to every opinion that is not in line with the Word of God, if we are to come into the true unity of the faith.

There is a general lack of balance in much of the teaching within the Body of Christ. Many Christians are sitting under teachers that are teaching one aspect of the truth, which is what they like to hear, but is not necessarily that which they need in their spiritual growth. Many will not listen to teaching, even though it is truth, and is in the Word, that goes against their pet doctrines. I believe in the prosperity of the believer, and the Word teaches that God blesses His children, but there are many Christians that are caught up in prosperity teaching that want nothing to do with the basic teachings of discipleship which is the "crucified life". So there develops a division between those that are teaching denial of self and taking up the cross, and those that are embracing the teachings of the prosperity of the believer. The truth of the matter is that the Word of God teaches both the denial of self and the prosperity of the believer. The principal is "seek ye first the kingdom of God and all these things shall be added unto you."

We do not have the privilege of picking and choosing what parts of the Word we want to believe if we are to come into full maturity. The enemy has kept us fighting with those that are different from us. The teachers want to hang out with the teachers, and the prophets want to be with other prophets. The pastors are much more comfortable around other pastors than those weird prophets. God has set the Body up in a way that we need those that are different from us. Just like we need the whole Word of God to be a balanced Christian, we also need the whole Body of Christ to come into full maturity. All denominations and non-denominations have parts of the truth, but none of them have all of the truth. Other than the Lord Jesus Christ, there is no one person that has all of the truth. It is a marvelous revelation to discover that we really don't know nearly as much as we thought we knew and that we can learn from others that are in different denominations or movements. Some of us that are in "the river" have had a sectarian spirit whether we realize it or not, because many times we have totally closed ourselves to our brothers that are born again, they are in Christ, but they don't shake, rattle, and roll as we do, so we reject them.

Are we lovers of the truth? Jesus is "the truth". Do we really love the truth more than our own opinions? Do we love the truth more than the teachings of our own group or movement? These are questions that we have to answer honestly and deal with if we hope to enter into the true unity of the faith
In His Love,

by Mike Forest

At the beginning of our Christian life, we are continually coming to God with our need and requesting many things of the Lord. We ask the Lord to give us more love, more peace, more joy. We have experienced all of these spiritual blessings in a measure, but it seems that these blessings are so quick to disappear.

As we grow in the Lord our eyes are opened to see that it is not just a matter of God zapping us with a little more love, a little more of His presence, or any other spiritual blessing, but that everything that we need in our Christian life is to be found in Him.

"But of Him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption." (1Corinthians 1:30).

Every spiritual blessing is to be found in our Lord Jesus Christ. One of the greatest revelations in the Word of God that is very basic, but vital to our spiritual growth, is the fact that as children of God, we are in Christ, and Christ is in us. When our eyes are opened to this basic truth, we will no longer seek spiritual things apart from Christ, but we will see that "Christ is all in all."

Yes, we do need more love, more peace, more joy, but the thing that we need the most is more of Him, because when we have Him in all of His fullness, then all of these virtues that are in Him will be ours. "According as His divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of Him that has called us to glory and virtue." (1Peter 1:4).

Every spiritual blessing and virtue are in Him, and it is through the revelation knowledge of Jesus Christ that all of these spiritual blessings are obtained. "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ." (Ephesians 1:3).

Our greatest need as Christians is to know Jesus Christ as being everything that we will ever need to be all that God has purposed and planned for us to be. The Apostle Paul had some very noteworthy credentials. He was at the top in the religious establishment of his day, but the one thing that he lacked was the revelation of Jesus Christ.

When Paul saw the Lord on the Damascus road, there was a revolution that took place in his life, and he saw that everything that he had been placing his faith in was as nothing compared to the glory that he saw in the face of Jesus Christ.

It is possible to be very caught up in the religious scene, doing religious work, and being highly esteemed of man within the church, and yet have all of these things apart from Christ. "Many shall say unto me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, you that work iniquity." (Matthew 7:22,23).

The apostle Paul said that nothing was more important than knowing Jesus Christ, and the apostle had to let go of a lot of things in order to obtain the prize.

"For what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ. Yea doubtless, and I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them as dung, that I may win Christ." (Philippians 3:7,8).

"That I may know Him, and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being made conformable unto His death." (Philippians 3:10). The ultimate prize for the apostle Paul was to know Christ.

The Holy Spirit has been sent to reveal Christ to us. Paul prayed this prayer for the saints at Ephesus, and I believe that we should pray this great prayer for ourselves and for the church: "That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation IN THE KNOWLEDGE OF HIM, the eyes of your understanding being enlightened: that you may know what is the hope of His calling, and what the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, and what is the exceeding greatness of His power to usward who believe, according to the working of His mighty power, which He wrought in Christ, when He raised Him from the dead, and set Him at His own right hand in the heavenly places." (Ephesians 1:18-20).

Jesus asked the apostles one day, "Who do men say that I am?" Then He asked them, "but whom say ye that I am?" It is not enough to know what men say about who Jesus is, but we must have our own personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

We must come to an intimate knowledge of Jesus Christ in our own personal lives. The Holy Spirit is in us to reveal the Son of God to us. Knowing Jesus Christ comes from the revelation of the Holy Spirit to our hearts.

When Jesus asked His disciples the question that all of us must answer, the apostle Peter answered: "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God." Peter got this information by revelation from God, and the rock that Christ is building His church upon is the revelation of who Jesus Christ is.

Our greatest need is to see the Lord as He really is, to see that Jesus Christ is God's pattern for the church, and it is the will of God that Christ would be formed in us, and that by beholding Him, we would be changed from glory to glory into the image and likeness of our Lord.

In His Love,


The Church: Judging By the Financial Report

A. W. Tozer

Command those who are rich in this present age not to be haughty, nor to trust in uncertain riches but in the living God, who gives us richly all things to enjoy.
--1 Timothy 6:17

We in the churches seem unable to rise above the fiscal philosophy which rules the business world; so we introduce into our church finances the psychology of the great secular institutions so familiar to us all and judge a church by its financial report much as we judge a bank or a department store.

A look into history will quickly convince any interested person that the true church has almost always suffered more from prosperity than from poverty. Her times of greatest spiritual power have usually coincided with her periods of indigence and rejection; with wealth came weakness and backsliding. If this cannot be explained, neither apparently can it be escaped. . . .

The point I am trying to make here is that while money has a proper place in the total life of the church militant, the tendency is to attach to it an importance that is far greater than is biblically sound or morally right. The average church has so established itself organizationally and financially that God is simply not necessary to it. So entrenched is its authority and so stable are the religious habits of its members that God could withdraw Himself completely from it and it could run on for years on its own momentum. The Warfare of the Spirit, 9-11.

"Lord, it's hard to ask for You to send us poverty. But we do want the spirit that doesn't depend on our wealth. Keep us mindful that though we have so much our only real wealth is in You. Amen."

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