[Prayer] May the funding of North Korea for the Nuclear Weapons be stopped
On July 10th, the Financial Times reported that according to North Korea’s trade status from January to May, even though China banned North Korea to import coal after the assassination in Malaysia of the older brother of Kim Jong Un, it has little effect on North’s purchasing power. In spite of expectation across the international community, the value of Chinese exports to North Korea stayed same in April and May.
Why is that? There is a high possibility that China and North Korea still continues its business relationship behind the scene. China and Russia must honor sanctions on North Korea to make an effect on the nation.
China and North Korea must stop their secret trading and China and Russia should follow the decision made by the international community. Please keep praying for the North Korean economic system to be changed for the sake of the gospel message.
Thank you for the Scripture in Proverbs 14 verse 22 “Do they not go astray who devise evil? Those who devise good meet steadfast love and faithfulness.” Lord, North Korea still maintains its purchasing power even after harsh sanctions resolution. Father God, China must stop its economic connection with North Korea and Russia must follow the decision made in the international society. Please cut off the funding of North Korea for the development its nuclear weapon. We want to see the sanctions resolution imposed by the UN make an actual impact on North Korea so that North Korea will gives up its military first policy. Lord God, please change the North’s economic system for the sake of the gospel message. Let churches be built up in all 4,777 villages in North Korea. Let them hear the Gospel message of the cross of Calvary. In Jesus’ Name, we pray. Amen
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