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In Jos, Christians awaited in abject fear after an announcement that over one hundred suicide bombers, fully armed, arrived in their city last Saturday.

With that terrifying news and recent attacks where churches have been burned and many killed, Christians bravely decided to join their congregations and worship the Lord on Sunday.

The outcome? 65 Christians killed.

More than a thousand people were displaced as their homes were burned to the ground.

Nearly every Sunday, Nigerian Christians face attacks as they attempt to worship God. But in spite of knowing attacks are likely, these brave believers still attend.

“It is only God who knows what can befall this city at any moment. Brothers, do not get tired of praying for us,” pleaded our local worker.

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