How to pray for muslims
Do we worship the same God?
No we do not. The real difference is ritual vs. relationship. The Muslims connect to their God through tradition and rule. They are taught that if their good deeds outweigh their bad, they will go to heaven, and vice versa (it’s much more complicated than this, but this is a good summation). Whereas, Christians have a personal relationship with their God. We know that through Christ Jesus, we have been forgiven of our sins and receive salvation through His sacrifice. In fact, Allah, the God of Islam states in the Koran, “I do not worship what you worship, and you do not worship what I worship. I will never worship what you worship, and you will never worship what I worship. You to your religion, me to my religion.” (Surah 109:2).
WHat are the do's and Dont's of reaching out to muslims?
Never hide that you’re a Christian! It’s important to always identify yourself from the beginning of a relationship with a Muslim. Honesty develops trust. Never criticize Islam to a Muslim but rather, build bridges through common ground. Focus on what the Bible says about forgiveness, love and relationship with Jesus Christ (John 3:16-17 AMP); which is in great contrast to how Muslims relate to their God. In Islam there is no path to redemption other than martyrdom or good deeds outweighing bad deeds.
What is the difference between a moderate and a radical Muslim?
Did you know that many Muslims cannot read their own Koran? Many moderate Muslims are completely ignorant of the true nature of their faith. Those who read abrogated Korans, or that do not attend mosque regularly, but do attend mosques and receive evasive interpretations from their Imams, are in the dark. Radicals however, adhere to the stringent rules and regulations of the Sharia Law Constitution/The Islamic Trilogy (a compilation of Koran 14%, Hadith 59%, and Sira 27%), which preach messages of hatred towards Christians, Jews, and non-Muslims. (For more information on this subject visit our shop and purchase- Unveiling: The Ugly Truth/The Beautiful Truth DVD series, and Bill Warner’s variety of easy to read books on Islam).
Are the tribes of Ishmael gentiles?
YES the Muslim people are considered gentiles. Anyone who is not a Jew is a gentile. According to the New Testament, the Muslims are included in the ONE NEW MAN. It was God’s intention that all man-kind come to salvation through Jesus Christ.
“For Christ himself has brought peace to us. He united Jews and Gentiles into one people when, in his own body on the cross, he broke down the wall of hostility that separated us. He did this by ending the system of law with its commandments and regulations. He made peace between Jews and Gentiles by creating in himself one new people from the two groups. Together as one body, Christ reconciled both groups to God by means of his death on the cross, and our hostility toward each other was put to death.” (Ephesians 2:14-16 NLT).
What is the best way to reach out to muslims?
Through relationship evangelism: prayer, fellowship, and breaking bread with your Muslim friends, coworkers, and neighbors. (For more information on this subject visit our shop and purchase- Unveiling: The Beautiful Truth DVD series, and The Destiny of Islam in the Endtimes by Faisal Malick).
Who was Ishmael?
Ishmael was the first son of Abraham and the first person to be named by God, according to scripture (Genesis 16:12). Ishmael fathered 12 sons, who today are the 12 tribes of Ishmael – Nabajoth, Kedar, Adbeel, Mibsam, Mishma, Dumah, Massa, Hadad, Tema, Jetur, Naphish, Kedemah. The Arab people originated from these tribes.
Statistics on Islam
The Beautiful Truth
Find redemption through dreams and visions of Jesus Christ
are less likely to have negative feelings towards them as a people group
are Christians and primarily come from Latin America and the Caribbean
Statistics on Islam
The Ugly Truth
Will be Muslim by 2025. Nearly 1 out of every 3 people.
they should have the choice of being governed according to Sharia Law in America.
nor do they understand it, due to the fact that it is not written in their language or dialect.
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