Christian protestors fighting for democracy in Hong Kong are feeling the pressure of persecution. According to Faithwire, over 40 Christian leaders from churches, seminaries, and faith-based organizations have received threatening messages from anonymous sources.

Dr. John Chan of the Alliance Bible Seminary received one message that told him to stop expressing his opinion or “all the members of your family will die; your limbs will be chopped off.”

Senders of the messages also have a frightening amount of personal information on each of the leaders. “For instance, when Flow Church live-streamed a service recently, the sender watched it,” said Chan. “If a certain preacher would be speaking this week, he also knows…He even knows who has a younger sister and where she works at.”

International Christian Concern has reported that these leaders have decided to make their story public but not file a police report since the public has lost trust in the Hong Kong police.

Over the weekend, protests continued to rage across the country while an all-time record high of voters—4.1 million people, which is more than half of the population—turned up for district council elections. Pro-democracy candidates won in sweeping measure, but China has remained stalwart in its resolve to govern the region.

“No matter how the situation in Hong Kong changes, it is very clear that Hong Kong is a part of Chinese territory,” said Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi. “Any attempts to disrupt Hong Kong or undermine its stability and prosperity will not succeed.”

Christian protestors fighting for democracy in Hong Kong are feeling the pressure of persecution. According to Faithwire, over 40 Christian leaders from churches, seminaries, and faith-based organizations have received threatening messages from anonymous sources.

Dr. John Chan of the Alliance Bible Seminary received one message that told him to stop expressing his opinion or “all the members of your family will die; your limbs will be chopped off.”

Senders of the messages also have a frightening amount of personal information on each of the leaders. “For instance, when Flow Church live-streamed a service recently, the sender watched it,” said Chan. “If a certain preacher would be speaking this week, he also knows…He even knows who has a younger sister and where she works at.”

International Christian Concern has reported that these leaders have decided to make their story public but not file a police report since the public has lost trust in the Hong Kong police.

Over the weekend, protests continued to rage across the country while an all-time record high of voters—4.1 million people, which is more than half of the population—turned up for district council elections. Pro-democracy candidates won in sweeping measure, but China has remained stalwart in its resolve to govern the region.

“No matter how the situation in Hong Kong changes, it is very clear that Hong Kong is a part of Chinese territory,” said Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi. “Any attempts to disrupt Hong Kong or undermine its stability and prosperity will not succeed.”

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Dina Amelia Kalmeta is the Founder and CEO of Your New Life in Christ Ministries - CWW7NEWS. Dina reports on world events as they pertain to Bible Prophecy. Before Your New Life in Christ Ministries, Dina served as a Leader for INCHRIST NETWORK leading teams online and spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Her mission today is to bring hard evidence that what is taking place in the world isn't just coincidence, but indeed proof that the last days the Bible warned us about are upon us right now.