WILLS POINT, TX – Discover an inspiring Christian missionary story, facing false accusations and arrest, yet remaining steadfast in faith and continued to share God’s love with others.
“This is our weapon,” Sunil told the inspector. “By this we kill evil—not men.”
The police gave no explanation as they took Sunil to the station. Another pastor, Tahir, had also been arrested, but neither man was told why. Both pastors spent the night in the jail before they were shown the case that had been brought against them.
As Sunil and Tahir heard their alleged crime, they were surprised. Someone had mailed in a complaint and claimed that the men had a revolver and three AK-47s in their possession. The police demanded Sunil reveal the location of the guns. Sunil didn’t hesitate to comply; he opened his bag and pulled out the only weapons he had: twoBibles.
“This is our weapon,” Sunil told the inspector. “By this we kill evil—not men.” Seeing the Bibles, a few officers began laughing, but the inspector, Rajan, was not amused.
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