A Muslim woman Converts to Christianity

A Muslim woman Converts to Christianity

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askwhere ALLAH

Mississauga, Canada

#1 Mar 20, 2013
Muslim Woman Converts to Christianity (The Power of ...- YouTube

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A former Muslim converts from Islam to the truth of Christianity. The Grace and Love of our Lord can unlock ...
Yabka

Ashburn, VA

#2 Jun 19, 2013
Her previous name
Steven Finch

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Jun 19, 2013
may God bless her
and save my Christian brothers in Nigeria,Ethiopia,Syria,Lebanon ,Egypt,Pakistan and Tanzania.

“M.A....Rise”

Since: Jan 12

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#4 Jun 19, 2013
askwhere ALLAH wrote:
Muslim Woman Converts to Christianity (The Power of ...- YouTube
www.youtube.com/watch...
Sep 8, 2008 - Uploaded by OnlineBibleMinistry
A former Muslim converts from Islam to the truth of Christianity. The Grace and Love of our Lord can unlock ...
dream on ya hamada

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#5 Jun 19, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
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dream on ya hamada
More and More Muslims are converting to Christianity each day.

But Allah got his revenge on killing a 6 year old Coptic boy.
5/26/2013 Egypt Cairo 1 0 Muslims abduct and kill a 6-year-old Coptic boy.

Allah was so happy that those 10 Muslims killed that 6 year old Coptic boy that Allah rewarded those 10 Muslims with 72 virgins in Muhammad's whore house Paradise.
Allah AKBAR!
The insanity the Muslim god Allah.
Rachel

Mississauga, Canada

#6 Jun 24, 2013
Thousands of such conversions are happening secretly. Praise Lord Jehweh.
Rachel

Mississauga, Canada

#7 Jun 24, 2013
Thousands of Muslims are converting to Christianity after reportedly encountering Jesus in dreams or visions. Charisma digs deeper into this global phenomenon.

Today thousands of Muhammad’s followers are having dreams and visions of their own—experiences that rock their world. While political revolution avalanches throughout the Middle East, tremors of spiritual change are also being felt on a widespread scale, especially within countries hostile to Christianity. Ironically, thousands of stories are emerging from around the world of Muslims being awakened to the gospel, literally from their dreams.
Karima*, a Muslim, dreamed she was in a car when it crashed. She was knocked out, but when she opened her eyes (in her dream), she saw that Jesus was the driver.“Come to me,” He told her,“I am with you. I love you.” That experience led her to seek out a Christian church, where she responded to the gospel.
&#9702; Omar had been locked up and tortured for years in a jail cell in a nation ruled by a dictator. One night a messenger visited him in a dream, telling him he would be set free. Within days he was released from prison and traveled to America where newfound friends reached out to him. When he was given a book with a picture of Jesus on the cover, his eyes lit up.“I know him,” he said.“He came to me in a dream.”
* Yasmin was fearful and anxious. She cried out to Allah, asking him to help her, but she remained unchanged. One night while visiting friends in the U.S., she was awakened from her darkness with an epiphany.“Walking around the house of my friend,” she now explains in broken English,“suddenly I felt that I was blind,[but] now I can see.”
That terminology, though cliché to most believers, was foreign to Yasmin, who was born in an Islamic nation and was never exposed to “Christianese.”
“It was very obvious,” she recalls, describing it as a feeling as if something literally changed inside her head.“I felt that it was Jesus who did something to me.”
She later learned her sister—a Christian still living in her home country—was praying for her. Yasmin received a Bible, was baptized and began to grow with her new church family.(Her sister, now in ministry, has also had supernatural encounters, saying that she’s heard the voice of God seven times,“like a man beside me, talking to me. Whatever He says to me, it happens to me,” she describes.)
f-Schweikert-MusIimsSeeJesus2T estimonies of dreams and other encounters with Jesus can’t always be verified because by definition spiritual experiences are personal. Further, in countries where owning a Bible is illegal, Muslim converts are subject to persecution and even death, so their stories are not always documented. But believers who work among Muslims tell of life-changing conversions resulting from dreams. Like martyrs from antiquity until today, believers who have had profound, unexplainable encounters often develop profound, unshakeable faith.
Still, if converting to Christianity comes with such high stakes, what is it about these dreams that compels Muslims to forsake their religion and embrace Jesus?
“I think because it’s a direct communication from God,” says Craig Keener, professor of New Testament at Asbury University in Wilmore, Ky.“Some people are more open to it than others. In the Bible we see people making major decisions based on dreams.” Keener has written 14 books, including one on miracles and his latest, The Historical Jesus of the Gospels.
Indeed, the Bible is replete with examples of God speaking through dreams and visions, yet one New Testament encounter demonstrates an extreme spiritual makeover. Saul, a zealous persecutor of believers, was dazzled by a bright light while on the road to Damascus. He heard a voice saying:“Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting Me?... I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting.... Arise and go into the city, and you will be told what you must do”(Acts 9:4-6) Blinded and shaken, he went to Damascus where he converted.
Rachel

Mississauga, Canada

#8 Jun 24, 2013
Today thousands of Muhammad’s followers are having dreams and visions of their own—experiences that rock their world. While political revolution avalanches throughout the Middle East, tremors of spiritual change are also being felt on a widespread scale, especially within countries hostile to Christianity. Ironically, thousands of stories are emerging from around the world of Muslims being awakened to the gospel, literally from their dreams.
&#9702; Karima*, a Muslim, dreamed she was in a car when it crashed. She was knocked out, but when she opened her eyes (in her dream), she saw that Jesus was the driver.“Come to me,” He told her,“I am with you. I love you.” That experience led her to seek out a Christian church, where she responded to the gospel.
&#9702; Omar had been locked up and tortured for years in a jail cell in a nation ruled by a dictator. One night a messenger visited him in a dream, telling him he would be set free. Within days he was released from prison and traveled to America where newfound friends reached out to him. When he was given a book with a picture of Jesus on the cover, his eyes lit up.“I know him,” he said.“He came to me in a dream.”
&#9702; Yasmin was fearful and anxious. She cried out to Allah, asking him to help her, but she remained unchanged. One night while visiting friends in the U.S., she was awakened from her darkness with an epiphany.“Walking around the house of my friend,” she now explains in broken English,“suddenly I felt that I was blind,[but] now I can see.”

That terminology, though cliché to most believers, was foreign to Yasmin, who was born in an Islamic nation and was never exposed to “Christianese.”

“It was very obvious,” she recalls, describing it as a feeling as if something literally changed inside her head.“I felt that it was Jesus who did something to me.”

She later learned her sister—a Christian still living in her home country—was praying for her. Yasmin received a Bible, was baptized and began to grow with her new church family.(Her sister, now in ministry, has also had supernatural encounters, saying that she’s heard the voice of God seven times,“like a man beside me, talking to me. Whatever He says to me, it happens to me,” she describes.)

f-Schweikert-MusIimsSeeJesus2T estimonies of dreams and other encounters with Jesus can’t always be verified because by definition spiritual experiences are personal. Further, in countries where owning a Bible is illegal, Muslim converts are subject to persecution and even death, so their stories are not always documented. But believers who work among Muslims tell of life-changing conversions resulting from dreams. Like martyrs from antiquity until today, believers who have had profound, unexplainable encounters often develop profound, unshakeable faith.

Still, if converting to Christianity comes with such high stakes, what is it about these dreams that compels Muslims to forsake their religion and embrace Jesus?

“I think because it’s a direct communication from God,” says Craig Keener, professor of New Testament at Asbury University in Wilmore, Ky.“Some people are more open to it than others. In the Bible we see people making major decisions based on dreams.” Keener has written 14 books, including one on miracles and his latest, The Historical Jesus of the Gospels.

Indeed, the Bible is replete with examples of God speaking through dreams and visions, yet one New Testament encounter demonstrates an extreme spiritual makeover. Saul, a zealous persecutor of believers, was dazzled by a bright light while on the road to Damascus. He heard a voice saying:“Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting Me?... I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting.... Arise and go into the city, and you will be told what you must do”(Acts 9:4-6) Blinded and shaken, he went to Damascus where he fasted for three days.

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