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Muslim man encounters God in desires

Muslim man encounters God in desires

USA (MNN) – Ramadan got here to an finish earlier this week and was adopted by the celebration known as Eid al-Fitr or the “pageant of breaking the quick.” Ramadan, the holiest month within the Islamic calendar, is a time of intense looking for God. In the USA, one Muslim man’s search was answered in an sudden approach.

God Strikes By means of Goals

Jane from Cry Out says throughout Ramadan there was a church in the USA dedicated to praying for Muslims to come across Christ. Then, in direction of the tip of Ramadan on a Tuesday, a Muslim man walked into the identical church and requested to talk with a pastor.

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(Picture courtesy of Orkhan Farmanli through Unsplash)

“Sunday evening, he had a dream. As we all know, that is likely one of the greatest wishes, proper? All Muslims have a need to have a dream. And that evening, he dreamed of Mohammed…. However what occurred in his dream is he really noticed Jesus sitting on a throne. Mohammed was standing in entrance of the throne and kneeling in entrance of Jesus,” Jane describes.

“This shocked the man very a lot. He awoke the following morning feeling very confused about this dream.”

The person stated Jesus appeared totally different than he anticipated. He noticed Jesus with a darkish complexion and stated He appeared like a Jew, which shocked the person. And at first, he tried to disregard the dream. However then Monday evening, he had one other dream.

“He dreams exactly the same dream. But this time, at the end of the dream, Jesus took him and they kind of zoomed out over his neighborhood where he lives. Jesus showed him a few streets down is this big building. He showed him that inside the building, there were people praying, and He told him to go to that church and speak to the pastor,” Jane says.

Answering the Name

Jane says this church will not be on the primary street. Until an individual is aware of the place to seek out it, the church is reasonably tough to find. However within the dream, Jesus confirmed this Muslim man the place to seek out this particular church.

Then, when the person met with the pastor on Tuesday, he got here to religion in Jesus Christ.

“One of the other things that this man said is that being with Jesus was like experiencing liquid love, just being covered with liquid love. He said the taste of it was indescribable — just this place in this time of standing with Jesus,” Jane says.

“I just thought that was really encouraging…. This is happening not just in the Muslim world. It’s happening all over the world where people are choosing to pray for our friends, to pray that they will experience the fullness of who Jesus is.”

Pray for Boldness and Braveness

Pray for the believers who’ve the chance to share Christ with people who find themselves looking for God. Ask God to offer them boldness to reply questions and share how God has liked them. Pray for them to share how they’ve skilled God, and the way God needs to like the stranger too. Additionally, pray for Muslims who’ve inquiries to have the braveness to go to a church and search solutions.

“One of many key issues that I at all times inform folks…is that the largest secret’s love. The most important secret’s to like folks. It’s by means of our love that individuals expertise the fullness of affection and who God is, as a result of God is a God of affection.”

Let this story be an encouragement and a purpose to have a good time how God is transferring and making himself recognized.

“Rejoice in His love for us and continue to walk in love with others. And then, especially, continue to pray for us in the Near East as we choose to love our neighbors, even when it’s hard, even when our worlds are broken and we are surrounded by broken people. Continue to pray for us that we will also be able to love those around us,” Jane asks.

 

 

 

Header picture courtesy of Prayercast’s “Love Muslims”.

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