What is the difference between Islamic martyrdom and Christian martyrdom?

Muslims who want to be martyrs do so for extrinsic rewards, such as having sex with many virginis (which would be adultery in Christianity and considered a sin!).

However, Christians commit martyrdom because they love Jesus Christ (intrinsic motivation).

Christians who commit martyrdom do not want anything in return; death for Christ is reward itself, because Christians love Jesus Christ.

In other wards, Christian Crusaders who lived the value of true Christian martyrdom engaged in warfare against the day’s greatest military power, because they loved Jesus Christ.

Christian Crusaders considered dying for Christ as their greatest honor in life and on earth.

Christians in history have often advanced the Gospel of Jesus Christ through military warfare, in order to pave the road for evangelists and Gospel preachers.

Over 2,000 years of Christian history shows the important role of professional soldiers in the role of helping to pave the road to advance the Gospel in the nation and in the world.

If you are a part of Navy Seals, US Marines, Delta Force, or other Special Forces in the United States military or the United Kingdom’s military, you should know that God may use you greatly for the advancement of the Christian Gospel in your country and around the world.

God uses different Christian believers for their special and particular skill sets to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ on earth.

Not all Christians have the same gifts, but God uses Christians according to their gifts.

There is time for everything, according to the Holy Bible.