Memory cards loaded with videos explaining Jesus and Christianity are reaching citizens in Pyongyang.

A resident living in the country’s capital, where only the most loyal citizens are permitted to live, wrote an encouraging letter recently to Christian workers in the region. “The video clips that I watched were very shocking,” the person wrote. “It is true that I could not understand much, but I was inspired by them; they caused me to think about life and the faith. These videos are very dangerous. But learning about the faith is worth risking my life. After watching the videos, I now know why the North Korean regime is afraid of Christianity. I eagerly and earnestly look forward to seeing religious freedom one day in North Korea.”

Becoming a Christian is dangerous. If discovered, Christians are sent to concentration camps, where they are starved, overworked and tortured.

Source: The Voice of the Martyrs USA

  • Pray for the writer of the letter and all other North Koreans who hear God’s Word. Pray that they will understand the Gospel and come to saving faith in Christ.
  • Pray for those who have counted the cost to follow the Lord in this nation. Pray for strength, encouragement and protection.
  • Pray the Lord will have mercy on Kim Jong Un and all ruling authorities in North Korea, to bring conviction, repentance and faith to many.

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Father, Lord of heaven and earth, we pray your mercy upon the peoples of North Korea and especially your people suffering and dying in concentration camps. I ask that as they plead, ‘Out of the depths they cry to you, Lord’, that they ‘put their hope in the Lord, for with the Lord is unfailing love and with him is full redemption.’ (Psalm 130:1,7). Because the Lord Jesus suffered they suffer. Teach us to ‘suffer with them’. We beg you to rescue them, teach them to endure and encourage their hearts as they look to Christ the King of Kings.… Read more »