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God Hears Prayers - Miracles Still Happen

Photo: Korea Summit Press | Reuters

God Hears Prayers - Miracles Still Happen

The skeptics have predicted that North Korea's Kim Jong-Un would never commit to and go through with a meeting with South Korea. However, South Korean President Moon Jae-in has forged ahead, not letting foreign leaders dictate his response to Kim Jong-Un. History was made on 27 April when Kim Jong-Un stepped into the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas. On paper the war has never ceased to exist for more than sixty years. Both leaders have pledged to work for the "complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula." God has responded to our prayers for peace and reconciliation!

Four key issues were discussed between the two leaders. Nuclear Weapons: The two Koreas confirmed their common goal of a nuclear-free Korean peninsula, but no details were hammered out. Peace Deal: Technically, the two Koreas are still at war, signing only a truce in 1953, not a treaty. Both Koreas agreed to a concrete goal of ending the state of war. Family Visits: The two sides agreed to hold "reunion programs" on a date both revere, August 15, which celebrates their independence from Japanese colonization. Demilitarized Zone: The shared goal is turn it into a "peace zone," with Moon and Kim agreeing to "hold regular meetings and direct telephone conversations."

The nation of North Korea is number one on the 2018 Open Doors World Watch List of the worst persecutors of Christians in the world. Window International Network partners pray for North Korea on Day 27 in accordance with the Praying Through the Window 9: Global Terrorism and World Religions prayer calendar.

Let us pray for:

The public and formal declarations that Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-in have made regarding reconciliation and a peaceful relationship between the two countries will be realized (The Bible, 2 Corinthians 5:18).

Kim Jong-Un will take positive steps to denuclearize North Korea, and allocate monies spent on the nuclear program to improving the living conditions and welfare of the country's citizens (The Bible, 1 Timothy 2:1-4).

The Gospel of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ may be freely shared among the people of North Korea, changing hearts, saving souls, and giving hope to the hopeless (The Bible, 2 Timothy 4:2).

Sources:

Korean leaders aim for end of war

From nuclear weapons to peace: Inside the Korean summit declarations

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