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Through the Eyes of Christ: How to Lead Muslims into the Kingdom of God Paperback – June 30, 2009
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Yeah, right. No, I'm not really that naive. Just hopeful, I guess. And even though there are some Middle Eastern people in our area, there aren't very many. So I knew my role would be more of a prayerful role, than one of action - at the moment anyway.
But as I began reading the book, the Lord spoke to me in a number of areas. This book is thoughtful, and laid out in such a way that it is indeed a step-by-step process. But many of the truths offered in the book apply to more than Muslims - the truths apply to us as Christians as we go about our daily lives, interacting with people in general - people of all faiths. To be honest, the book touched me in a way I had not expected.
I highly recommend that all Christians read this book - with open hearts and open minds. It's life-changing.
Review originally posted on Pix-N-Pens.
The book Through The Eyes Of Christ by Harry Morin and Nikki Arana is written for Christians to teach them how to minister and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Muslims. While I highly recommend this book to all Christians, I honestly admit that from cover-to-cover I found myself vacillating between what I know to be true and my human nature. From the Preface to Through The Eyes Of Christ:
"We are at war.
The radical Islamic fundamentalists are on fire for their God and their faith and Through The Eyes Of Christ have committed themselves unto death to see their brand of Islam spread throughout the world. As these jihadists pursue their ambitious and terrifying goals, most American Christians feel powerless to respond. What should the body of Christ do? How can we respond in a way that will make a difference? Should we initiate an all-out war with them?
The answer is yes. And "Through the Eyes of Christ" lays out the battle plan.
But it doesn't forecast victory through any military or political solution, because the struggle is spiritual."
And there is the controversy or the simple truth that some of us may forget. While we are are in a physical and political war with some followers of Islam, I think most of us would agree that not all Muslims are terrorists or radicals and even if they were God commands us to love and pray for our enemies.
As Christians we believe that Christ came into the world to save sinners (I Timothy 1:15). God created all of us in His image. None of us are perfect, no not one.Read more ›