About North Korea

A site dedicated to bringing Christians the freedom to practice their religion in North Korea. Christianity should not be a subversive religion, but rather should work along side any government that they find them selves under.

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Christians are taught to be submissive

The Christian view point is that no matter who their ruler is they are to serve them willingly. The Christian's main aim is to turn people toward God's love, God's love for creation. This is not a weak kind of love but one that seeks to help the needy and oppressed, and bring justice to all people. In the case of North Korea where it has been reported oppression of Christian beliefs occurs; I believe that Christians need the freedom to practice their religion in the way that the bible intended. Jesus did not focus on changing leadership while on earth, he taught people to be kind to others, and taught of the eternal life to come. Too much focus is put on leadership change in Western countries, when it should be on heart change. Us in the West should be showing kindness to North Korea, not aggression, and North Korea in return showing a generous spirit toward the West. It is about building friendship, allowing freedoms.

Christians are taught to help

The need for Kindness

Romans 12:20

The Scriptures also say, "If your enemies are hungry, give them something to eat. And if they are thirsty, give them something to drink. "

The world does not need more rhetoric it needs more kinship. As peoples we need to truly open up to one another, not just in words but in actions. We need to be asking North Korea is there anything they would like, anything they need, and not just asking but helping. In return North Korea needs to be kinder to the West.


Leaders are to be respected

Romans 13:1-5

Obey the rulers who have authority over you. Only God can give authority to anyone, and he puts these rulers in their places of power. People who oppose the authorities are opposing what God has done, and they will be punished. Rulers are a threat to evil people, not to good people. There is no need to be afraid of the authorities. Just do right, and they will praise you for it. After all, they are God's servants, and it is their duty to help you. If you do something wrong, you ought to be afraid, because these rulers have the right to punish you. They are God's servants who punish criminals to show how angry God is. But you should obey the rulers because you know it is the right thing to do, and not just because of God's anger.