Iran’s biggest faith revival is registered during the pandemic

In Iran, the greatest revival of the Christian faith is registered.

Online confessions of faith increased dramatically during the pandemic.

The pandemic has affected the country in every way, but still the persecution has not stopped at Christians.

Nevertheless, thousands of Iranians are turning to faith in Christ to be saved in the face of the time they have been living in since March this year.

Numerous protests and mysterious fires at nuclear facilities occurred during this time but people are looking for hope in Jesus Christ.

“That’s why we call this a pandemic of hope,” said Mike Ansari, Mohabat TV’s Director of Operations.

About 3 times more confessions of faith have increased through online services. There have been at least 3,000 conversations over the last few months.

“We are registering around 3,000 personal decisions by Iranian Muslims to leave Islam for Christianity during this revival,” Ansari said.

The current government that presides over the country is the main reason why the Iranians are running at the feet of Jesus.

“People in Iran are just not happy the way their economy is going, the way the government is robbing them of their national resources and exporting Shia Islam to the neighboring countries, so they just don’t trust their government,” said Ansari.

Since the first quarter, the government has arrested Christians to prevent the growth of the gospel in the country.

“The Church in Iran is fighting for its survival. We ask the international community to pray for the Church in Iran under the severe persecution of its own government,” he concluded.

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