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Bible charity vows to continue translation work after murders of four employees

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By Perry Chiaramonte | foxnews.com

1459371176970Extremists recently busted into a secret office in the Middle East and killed four translators working for Wycliffe Bible Translation. The non-profit is dedicated to bringing the gospel to hundreds of obscure languages.

The murders of four translators working to bring the Bible to obscure languages in the Middle East earlier this month won’t stop the charity behind the effort from its work, officials said. The four unidentified translators, who worked secretly for Wycliffe Associates, a Florida non-profit dedicated to bringing the gospel to hundreds of obscure languages, were killed by suspected Islamist militants at an undisclosed location,Wycliffe officials said in a statement.

“They shot and destroyed all the equipment in the office,” read the statement. “The invaders burned all the books and other translation materials in the office.”
Even when tragedy strikes, as in this case, the testimony of Christ is loud and clear…” – Bruce Smith, Wycliffe Associates President  (click here to read more)

 

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    And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men. Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ. But he that does wrong shall receive for the wrong which he hath done: and there is no respect of persons. Col 3: 23-25 (A believer counted over 7000 promises from God in the bible, all sure to be met.)

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