Sunday, February 13, 2011
"We looked about one kilometer over the hill to see a lighted building where people were clapping and singing. We could hear the musical instruments. It was late. Evidently this was an all night prayer worship service. The door of the church was open. It was full. As the breeze carried this sound through the bushes, my partner explained, 'And what do these people do? They worship a god ... a god, I don't know what god it is. They ask for tithes. The old ladies wear these skirts.'
"He left me there and said, 'Wait for me here.' I stayed and listened to more of their songs. I thought, 'How good would it be to be an evangelical? Wouldn't it be better than this?'"
(testimony of a FARC guerrilla who turned to Christ, Voice of the Martyrs, February 2011)
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