Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us.
(Hebrews 12:1)
The Foleys at this week's press conference
on the release of the new Wurmbrand movie
March 12, 2019
From the Foleys

Richard Wurmbrand's Marx and Satan: The most relevant book you can read this year

(Here’s an English version of the Foreword I wrote for our new Korean language edition of Rev. Wurmbrand’s book Marx and Satan, to be released in a few weeks. You can find an English language edition of the book here –minus my Foreword, of course.)
What do Marx and Satan have in common?
Some might answer that the commonality is that no one believes in either one anymore, that they are both personages whom the world has outgrown and left behind.
Yet more than one billion people live in countries which continue to officially espouse Marxism, with the largest of those countries, China, emphatically committed to it. The two hundredth anniversary of Marx’s birth in 2018 was marked by supportive popular and scholarly appraisals of his work. A new film portraying Marx’s early years received enthusiastic response worldwide. Even a giant new 4.5-meter tall bronze statue of Marx was erected in the town of his birth—a two-hundredth birthday gift from China.
But Marx’s deepest and most lasting impact may not be on the countries that continue to adhere to his ideology but rather on the countries that opposed it. For in the countries that opposed Marxism—the countries of the so-called “free world”—the cost of overcoming Marxism was that they came to have such faith in their own contrasting system of economics and politics rights that they ended up adopting Marx’s central tenet: That human beings no longer need God.
Herein lay the commonality between Marx and Satan and the nature of their shared work–not in the economic system of communism, not in the political system of totalitarianism, not on behalf of one side of the Cold War, but instead in the advocacy of the promise that ultimately captivated the nations on both sides of the Iron Curtain and that holds sway around the world today ...

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The second sermon in a series of teaching on the Ten Commandments. In this sermon, the Foleys demonstrate how God turns us over to our sin when we lust after idols.

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Pastor Tim's Prayer Points
  • Please, pray for an NK lady Mrs. H and her Chinese husband Mr. K. Last year we shared that although Mrs. H was previously diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, the doctors found no trace of cancer whatsoever. Through this the event, the faith of the couple became stronger and her house became a house church in her town! However, just recently the cancer returned, and she was given three months to live. Mr. K took this news especially hard and struggled mightily in his relationship with God. Our VOMK worker preached the gospel to him again, and after hearing Mr. K confessed that “I die to the Lord and live to the Lord.” Please, pray for the couple and their faith through this difficult season.

  • VOM Korea is releasing the Korean language version of the inspiring new movie Tortured for Christ on March 18th. This is the cinematic retelling of the international bestseller Tortured for Christ, the true story of VOM founder Pastor Richard Wurmbrand. This movie was filmed entirely in Romania, and it includes the very prison where Pastor Wurmbrand endured torture and solitary confinement for the gospel of Jesus Christ. Please pray for this movie release and click on this link for more details.
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