At the beginning of my writings on Islam, we saw what Islam is, discussed if Islam is a threat, how it is slowly taking over the world, so that one day, our countries may become Muslim countries, where freedom of speech and religion disappears.
We also saw the need to prevent Shariah (Shari'a, Sharia) Law from becoming enacted into our society and becoming part of our future culture. We saw the need to pray.
Now, we see that prayer can be and is answered in a positive way, for Muslims, both in free countries, like USA and Canada, and those from the Middle East are coming to Christ!
Rejoice! Please watch these videos. Hopefully, you will feel as blessed as I do, watching them.
Ex-Hezbollah converted to Christianity and repented to Israel for Anti-semitism: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94zr_H1YPtc&feature=player_embedded#!
Dina's Journey from Islam to Jesus Christ!
A Muslim lady's journey from Islam to Christ:
How ex-Muslim Nabeel found Jesus is Lord, Trinity is true:
How a Muslim lady found truth. From Islam to Christ:
Mahmoud's journey from Islam to Christ:
Please pray for this ex-Muslim woman, who is truly still in need:
PLEASE: Make sure you watch this testimony...
There's no way of knowing how many people converted are nominal Muslims (especially in N. America) and how many are considered to be 'radical' (true believers in their holy books), but the following is about how Lord Jesus changed radical Muslim Khalil's life:
What is truly an amazing blessing, is the fact that there are those in positions of leadership, within the Islamic faith, who are coming to Christ!
Muslim Imam turns to Christ after receiving a miracle healing:
Some Muslim clerics who have left Islam and converted to Christianity:
If you watched Khalil's 3-part testimony, you'd know that he had a changed heart (it brought tears to my eyes). Love changed his heart. Jesus is love; He changed Khalil's heart.
There are some people who leave whatever faith they were raised with, for Islam. This doesn't mean they were ever truly part of the faith or non-faith, of their past. Especially if they were raised in a Christian home. Just as there are nominal Muslims, who aren't really following totally Islam (are not considered radical), there are nominal Christians.
I believe my family was one such family of nominal Christians, for none, except me, became born-again, as the God's Word commands. Still, the Bible reminds us that we only need to believe, so I have faith that I might see my parents in heaven, once I leave this earth, for although they didn't use the 'lingo' or study God's Word regularly, they believed in Jesus Christ and taught me and my siblings about Him, when we were young.
As for you? Hopefully, you have put your faith and trust in the finished work on the cross that Jesus did for you. If not, I urge you to contact me, or another Bible-believing Christian, who will be more than pleased to discuss your situation and your need for salvation. For we are saved by grace (alone), through faith (alone), in Christ (alone).
If you are new member of Christ's family: WELCOME!
If you are already a follower or believer in Christ, hopefully you have been blessed by this short series I presented to you, regarding Islam.
While the issue discussed has been Islam, please realize that the information regarding Christianity does not change, whether for Muslims, Hindi, Buddhists, athiests, etc. For Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13:8).
May God bless you richly, as you reach out and touch others, planting those seeds for Christ that we are commanded to do.
In closing, I ask you believers to please keep praying for Muslims and for other people in need of coming to know Jesus Christ.
Unfortunately, there are those who say that all rivers lead to the same place, meaning that there are people who teach others a false gospel, for all people are not going to heaven when their lives end. There is not more than one way to heaven.
Jesus said in John 14:6, "...I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."
Until next time...
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