Islamic Terrorists vs. Radical Christians: New Game. New Rules. (Part 1)


(Azam Amir Kasav)

I wrote this series almost six years ago, but because I just watched a video by Rick Joyner, which you can see on Youtube here, I am rerunning this series. All Christians need to watch Joyner’s video. We must prepare ourselves now!

When you look at the 21-year old terrorist, Azam Amir Kasav’s face, what do you see?  A good-looking youth who should be at a college, preparing himself for a future career. Maybe having a beer or two with buddies on Fridays nights. Maybe dating a soccer cheerleader on Saturday nights. All in all, just being young and doing what youths do, right?

But the facts are that Kasav trained for months, gobbled steroids to buff up his body, and dedicated his life, along with his dead compatriots, in the hope of killing 5,000 innocent people. 5,000 people. They hoped to kill until their last, dying breaths.

Now, most soldiers are trained and committed to being warriors. If  occasions should arise, and combat actions are needed, they will fight. Yet, in the back of their minds, they will desperately want to live. This is a normal reaction by normal men in peril. Thus, most soldiers’ combat actions will be toned down according to a calculated risk/reward ratio on the battle field.

Not so these terrorists. They are committed to killing and dying! No risk is too severe or too challenging for them.

How do we defend our cities or America against dedicated, radical terrorists like Kasav?

Maybe, we don’t really want to think about Mumbai-type terrorist attacks happening in our neighborhoods.  After all, nothing much has happened since 911. Why stir up our fears and anxieties now, right?


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Filed under Christianity, Church, Gifts of the Spirit, Kingdom of God, Prayer, Prophecy, spiritual warfare

3 responses to “Islamic Terrorists vs. Radical Christians: New Game. New Rules. (Part 1)

  1. Thank you Mr. Larry for rerunning this series.. It is new to me! God bless!

  2. Debbie,

    Thanks. It’s been a while for me. God bless you.

  3. Pingback: Praise the Lord…Pass the Ammo (Part 3) | Larry Who

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