The Church’s Unity in The Face Of Radical Islam is an observation by Apostle Rodney Seago, a colleague and friend.
Brother Seago is from South Africa and currently pastors
CityChurch Jacksonville, Florida. He is also part of the Apostolic
Council for Apostolic Ministries International and leads our apostolic
mission to that city. He is a member of the Apostolic College of the
Communion of Apostolic Churches and the Dean of Biblical Studies for
the Apostles Theological Seminary.
You may contact Apostle Seago at firstname.lastname@example.org or enroll in his ATS online courses for the Summer Quarter at www.apostlestheologicalseminary.org.
The Importance Of The Church’s Unity in The Face Of The Challenge Of Islam
When the Church becomes one it is over for Islam; it will be “game, set and match.”
Islam will not be able to stand before the spiritual power of a
united Church, because it is there the Lord commanded the blessing,
Life forevermore” (Psa. 133). The present military strategy is not the
final solution to the Islamic problem. At best, it is only a temporary
solution to hold back the hoards of Islam from destroying the Christian
foundations and influence on Western civilization until the Church is
one. Islam is a spiritual power. The Church is a spiritual power. It
will require the spiritual power of a Church united in fulfillment of
Jesus’ prayer in John 17:20-23 to successfully confront Islam. The
outcome will be like it was for the Philistine god, Dagon, who fell
before the presence of the Lord God in the house of Dagon (ISam. 1-5).
I see a day when Islam will capitulate before God’s anointed
king, The Lord Jesus Christ, and their mosques will become Church
buildings in which Jesus is proclaimed as Lord.
For That day,
Posted on Tue, May 8, 2007
by George Kouri