For more on my Lenten Focus, see my Ash Wednesday post. A quick summary is that I am spending Lent fasting and praying for the Persecuted Church and I invite you to join me.
One of the repeated commands of scripture (one we don’t pay that much attention to) is to remember, visit, and comfort those in prison. For Christians in restricted nations, facing prison is another aspect of persecution. Whether imprisoned specifically for their faith or on trumped up charges, Christians around the world suffer in chains for the gospel.
We continue to pray for Saeed Abedini who has been in prison in Iran for more than two years.
In February, word came that Bishop Cosma Shi Enxiang who spent fifty-four years off and on in Chinese prisons had died in his chains.
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In Thailand, hundreds of Christian refugees from Pakistan have been arrested as illegal aliens.
Voice of the Martyrs has a ministry called Prisoner Alert that lists some known imprisoned Christians and allows people to write letters to government officials and the prisoner himself. However, these are only a handful of those in prison–most of whom we will never know of.
Pray for those in chains for the sake of the gospel.