Central Asia: Muslim woman rises from the dead to tell her
family about Jesus
Christian journalist Steve Rees reports about a
remarkable story from Central Asia. It’s about a 63-year old Muslim woman,
Sabina, who landed in a coma and was proclaimed dead by her doctors. Her body
was brought to a morgue where she stayed for two days.
near-death-experience she had a vision of a tree branch moving toward her and
turning into a hand. She heard the words: “If you grab onto my hand, I will
bring you back to life.” When she took hold of the hand, she came back to live,
to the astonishment of the medical staff working in the morgue.
returned home, she surprised family members by heading straight to a local
Pentecostal church where she surrendered her life to Christ.
happened several years ago and since then her six daughters, her son, her
92-year old mother and a niece have become Christians too. It demonstrates that
entire household salvations still happen, also among Muslims. Her emotional and
powerful testimony is now spreading through her Muslim nation in Central
'I saw Jesus. He had his arms open wide and welcomed me
When Muslim students at university heard about the
miracle, they invited Sabina’s son-in-law Jamal to share about Jesus with
A close friend of Jamal started to have dreams and visions of Jesus
and within a month he gave his heart to the Savior. “When we prayed together he
began to weep,” says Jamal. “After settling himself, he told me, ‘Jamal, I just
saw Jesus again. This time he had his arms open wide, welcoming me home.’” When
his friend’s wife heard about the conversion, she threatened to divorce him. But
he prayed for her and three months later both of them were baptized.
of the conversion of this family many home Bible study groups have started among
friends and neighbors. Some team members are ministering to Syrian refugees.
“Last year we adopted an entire refugee camp before winter set in because many
babies and toddlers die from the cold. We raised enough money to pay for heat
and insulation in their tents,” Jamal says. They request prayer for their work
with Syrian refugees, and for the love of Jesus to be revealed to many more
friends and neighbors.
Source: Steve Rees
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