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- Published on Monday, 02 September 2013 08:44 02 September 2013
- Written by Susan Mulford Susan Mulford
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This book is for Christian intercessors that pray in tongues and have a desire for Muslims to be saved or born again. This book is to help perpetuate the Revival that is spreading across the Middle East where Jesus Christ has been appearing to Muslims in their dreams and through visions. This book is Susan’s testimony of how God has led her in intercessory prayer for Muslims since January 2010. She is endeavoring to build an army of prayer warriors who will pray for Muslims to be saved all over the world. Since it is illegal to preach the Gospel in the Middle East, prayer is really their only hope, so that Jesus will appear to them, and especially to the Islamic Jihadists or suicide bombers, in their dreams. The Muslims and the Palestinians are all descendants of Abraham and Hagar’s son named Ishmael. We know that God’s covenant was not established through Ishmael, but through Abraham and Sarah’s miracle son named Isaac because Sarah was way past child-bearing age. And yet, God still loves the sons of Ishmael and He wants them to be saved from going to hell. They can be grafted into the Vine just like the Gentiles were (See Romans 11:11-25). So do you have compassion for the Muslims to be grafted in? Then buy this book!
There are 3 questions that Muslims often ask:
(Before witnessing, bind the spirit of Islam and the god of this world that is blinding their eyes to salvation. Loose the love, the truth and the power of God upon them in Jesus' name and that Jesus will appear to them in their dreams.) 1. Has the Bible Been Changed? The Torah, the Gospels, the Psalms and the writings of the Prophets are recognized as Scripture. The Koran commands Muslims, Christians and Jews to read and obey the Bible because Sura 5:58 says: “People of the Book, you will attain nothing until you observe the Torah and the Gospel and that which is revealed to you by your Lord.” The Koran says in Sura 6:115: “Perfected are the Words of your Lord in truth and justice and none can change his Words.” The Koran states that the Bible is God’s Word. The Koran says in Sura 6:115: “Perfected are the Words of your Lord in truth and justice and none can change his Words. The Muslims say that the Koran is a confirmation of the Bible. So, how can the Koran confirm a book that has been changed? So the truth is the Bible has not been changed.
2. Why Does the Bible Say that Jesus Was Crucified?
No one took the life of Jesus. He gave His life willingly to save man from sin. Read John 10:18. The crucifixion was prophesied for thousands of years. Read Isaiah 53: 3-7 & 1 Peter 1:10-11. Jesus knew that He would die for the sins of the world. Read Matthew 16:21. The sacrifice of blood is God’s way of paying for sin. Hebrews 9:22: “In fact, the law requires that nearly everything be cleansed with blood and without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.” God is the only one “good” enough to pay for men’s sins. Matthew 1:22-23: “The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Emmanuel which means, “God with us.” No good work will bring you into a right relationship with God. Only through receiving Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior will you be saved from hell.
3. Why Does the Bible Say Jesus is the Son of God? God has no son in the sense of God having sex with Mary - because God is a Spirit. Matt 1:18 says Mary was found to be pregnant through the power of the Holy Spirit. On earth, Jesus was submitted to His Father, so in this sense, it was a special relationship, similar to a “Father- Son” relationship. The Bible says that Jesus is the Son of God because God said Jesus is His Son in Matt. 3:17. But Jesus is God just like God is God and the Holy Spirit is God. The Almighty God is one God in three different personalities - like ice, water and steam. God is three in One. When He was on earth, Jesus was fully God and fully man. 1 Corin. 8:5-6 says: “There is no God, but one.”