North Korean Believer: Why the Country’s Children See the Cross as an Evil Image

A North Korean believer remembers what he was taught about faith as a child
Editor’s note: John Choi is the pseudonym of a believer from North Korea who now lives outside of his home country. Here, he gives a firsthand account of how the dictatorship in North Korea and the personality cult that surrounds the leadership there impacts how North Korean children think about the United States, Christianity, God and Jesus.
“Religion is the sign of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.”
The quote is one of many from German philosopher and author Karl Marx. The leader’s socialist writings, including The Communist Manifesto, eventually inspired Communist movements all around the world… more

This is exactly what they are trying to do in America. They are trying to indoctrinate our children, but we must not let them or you will no longer be raising your own child. Our youth is a generation who does not know the Lord. Just like in the old testament they are looking to worship something other than the true living Lord God. If America does not wake up we will be in bondage. The believers must step up and teach the Truth and especially LIVE the Truth for we are to be a light. We share as fast as we can on bible teachings. If you want to learn the Truth then read a Holy bible (ESV, NASB, NKJV and KJV)  and you can visit our site to learn more about Jesus.

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