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« on: October 18, 2005, 04:09:53 PM »

Ministry Leader Sees 'End Times' Signs as Prophetic Call to Evangelism

by Allie Martin
October 17, 2005

(AgapePress) - Gospel for Asia founder K.P. Yohannan says the recent earthquake, hurricanes, and floods around the world could indeed point to the imminent rapture of Christ's church. That is why he urges believers to get serious about living sacrificially and reaching others for Christ -- before it is too late.

"Serving God, spending our life for Him, is not one of those necessary evils we latch onto," Yohannan says, "but this is the greatest privilege. And we should be eager to find any opportunity to get involved with things that last for eternity, because I think Jesus is coming back very, very soon."

The ministry spokesman made his comments during a recent visit to India, where one of GFA's Bible colleges was destroyed in the recent earthquake that struck the border of India and Pakistan. Thankfully none of the school's missionaries or students were injured in that quake, but he feels the devastation to the region, along with recent disasters elsewhere around the globe, bear striking similarity to events described in the New Testament as signs leading up to Christ's return.

"It looks like the coming of the Lord may be next door," Yohannan says. "And the Lord said, 'Lift up your eyes when you see these things, for your redemption draws nigh.' Honestly, there's something about this in my own spirit and in the believers' spirits; I think there is a witness that we are looking on the face of the last minutes of time."

In the wake of tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes, and torrential flooding -- not to mention pestilence, wars and rumors of wars -- authors Jerry Jenkins and Tim LaHaye are not the only Christians warning others that contemporary disasters may well be pointing to biblical prophecy's end times. As a passionate voice for Christian evangelism, ministry, and outreach, K.P. Yohannon is one Christian leader who sees in all these possible signs a clear challenge for the Church to get serious about fulfilling the Great Commission.


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