God's "live" promises supersede China's "evil" systems—Bob Fu Report 3



Wednesday, April 14, 2021

God's promises live and supersede evil. 
(Photo: ChinaAid resource)


(ChinaAid—April 14, 2021) In God's "Live" Promises Supersede China's "Evil" Systems—Bob Fu Report 3, Bob Fu, PhD, recaps five Headline news stories relating to persecution and current events in China. Dr. Fu also discusses the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) current "evil" registration system which expands China's control to even include personal/private details of citizens' lives.

Headline news stories include:

  1. Plainclothes police raid Chongqing house church during Sunday service; church members publish urgent prayer request letter
  2. ChinaAid endorses Call to Action; "calls" brands and retailers to denounce "ties" that support China's forced labor system
  3. Police raid Chengdu Fountain of Life Church during Sunday worship service; seize Elder Zha Changping, his wife, and three other Christians
  4. FISU schedules 2021 Summer World University Games in Chengdu;
  5. Victims who tell the back stories of "Proof of Life” videos face ever-present CCP retaliation threats
Dr. Fu reminds viewers that despite the CCP's quest to dominate and control its citizens, God maintains the ultimate universal control. As His "live" promises and power supersede China's "evil" systems, we can trust Him. 





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Let your conduct be without covetousness; 
be content with such things as you have. 
For He Himself has said,
“I will never leave you nor forsake you.”
                                                                                       ~ Hebrews 13:5 (NKJV)




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