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  • cal
    Posted at 04:37h, 15 December

    what a great reminder – love! its not about us, we died He is alive in us, it’s about Him and loving. great work Joel & Dalton

  • GARY
    Posted at 22:11h, 15 December

    It does not matter what is done to me I will always Love.

  • David Roberts
    Posted at 07:51h, 16 December

    My mother once told me that after WWII the Japanese people were fully ripe of the gospel and begging missionaries to come over and tell them about Jesus, but because the west hated “the Japs” so much they didn’t heed the call.

    There’s a flesh response to Islam’s war against the west,
    and a spirit of God response, and those two responses are totally opposed.

  • James
    Posted at 14:14h, 16 December

    Thank you Joel and Dalton for all the wonderful films. I just recently came across them and have been moved to read, study, and pray. My perspectives have changed and my desires for the Lord and His kingdom have deepened. Thank you for your faithfulness to the gospel of Jesus and the glory of His name!

    As an aside, do you have a list of songs used in the “Sheep Among Wolves” movie?

  • Nelson Walters
    Posted at 14:41h, 16 December

    Jesus said “love your enemies.” Its ironic that liberal Christians seem to stumble on the word “enemies,” not seeing the ideology of Islam as the enemy of Christ, not seeing the need for the Gospel. Conservative Christians seem to stumble on the word “love,” just seeing the violence,hating those who bring it, and again missing the need for the Gospel. Both groups fail to see Muslims as the greatest victims of Islam. And yes David I agree, it is a flesh versus spirit thing with both groups.

    Joel, thanks for this video, especially the aspect about the use of video. As a teacher, I am becoming more aware of the need for easily consumable teaching and how video can fill that need. Being a reader myself (and not being a 20 something any more), my natural reaction is to communicate by the written word, but “faith comes from hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ.” I think I underestimate the value of hearing the Word. The more senses engaged the better. As teachers we need to expand our horizons on how to get the “Word” out.

  • Joel
    Posted at 19:26h, 16 December

    Hi James,

    We’re blessed that you are being impacted for His Kingdom. Awesome. The songs are listed at the end of the film. The last song is by My Epic called Selah. Thats the only one I know off hand, other than Johnny Cash, Ain’t No Grave.

    Bless you!

  • Robert Kelly
    Posted at 21:45h, 19 December

    Amen, good job!

  • Jim Stokes
    Posted at 15:53h, 20 December

    Joel, Has Dalton relocated to the US?
    Jim

  • Joel
    Posted at 16:34h, 20 December

    He’s been here temporarily, but is heading soon to Iraq.

  • Mona McDermott
    Posted at 11:32h, 04 January

    I love the video and at the same time it is a sobering reminder of what our brothers and sisters in Christ have been enduring for a very long time. Their total surrender to Jesus is so humbling and is almost hard to understand in the Western culture. The Holy Spirit has been convicting me about the persecuted church and how other followers of Christ truly lay down everything for Him. Thank you for obeying and doing this precious work.

  • Kevin Brown
    Posted at 02:56h, 31 January

    Hi Joel, i’ve watched some of your videos,and one of them was speaking about the anti-christ coming from the area that was assyria. what if its actually one of the remnant of the assyrians that are in different countries, and he’s rising up through that countries ranks of politics. now that’s a possiblity isn’t it?

  • Joel
    Posted at 03:55h, 31 January

    I do not personally think it speaks of an actual physical bloodline Assyrian.

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