- Indonesian Imam Left Islam, He also led 3000 Moslems to Christ
A well-informed source, who will, for obvious reasons, remain unnamed, reports that an ex-Imam (Islamic spiritual leader) has led 3,000 Moslems to Jesus in a very short period. He came to believe in Christ through appearances and dreams, in which a white man told him to study the Bible. His method is simple: in conversation, he asks others “Have you seen a white man in your dreams recently?” If they have not, he tells them “I was just wondering. Thanks.” If they answer positively, he continues by asking whether they are interested in learning who this white man is. And who is not interested in the identity of a mysterious person who appears in their dreams? The ex-Imam then shows them several Bible passages in which a white-clothed man is mentioned, explaining “That is Jesus. He wants to speak with you, because he wants you to follow him.” Many Moslems have been prepared for that step by their supernatural encounters, and accept the invitation.
Source: name and address withheld
- Mullah finds Jesus in Afghanistan
“In the months since the Taliban regime was overthrown, we’ve repeatedly heard of people becoming Christians,” reports the mission agency Open Doors. “One of these people is Fahmir (name changed), an ex-Mullah. Mullahs are some of the most respected people in Afghan society; they know the whole Koran and many prayers and songs by heart. Fahmir is from a Mullah family, and came to Jesus through contact with a Christian and reading the Bible. ‘I used to preach in mosques, now I want to preach the word of God,’ he says.”
- Mullah’s supernatural conversion - becomes church planter
Mischa (not his real name) grew up near the Ural mountains among the Tatars and Bashkiris in a completely Islamic culture, attended a Koran school and served as a Mullah for three years. During that time, he already had ‘uninterpretable dreams’. One of his friends left the Koran school because he had discovered Christianity, and Mischa also began secretly reading the Bible, but was shocked by rumors of human sacrifice in Christian services. Recently, Saggida, a church planter supported by the Swiss missions agency Kingdom Ministries, visited Mischa’s home town, known as a spiritist and occult center, to plant a church. She experienced many difficulties, including the death of her daughter and son-in-law in a car accident. Mischa and many others said “It is Allah’s anger”. Mischa attended the funeral, determined to spread Islam during the coming anniversary celebrations in the young church. However, during the first sermon, he was overcome by some form of drunkenness and could say nothing. The drunkenness passed in time for the second sermon, but he began to shiver and shake and felt as though he was about to die. During the third sermon, he responded to the call to repent, despite being convinced that he was without sin. While praying, God revealed his sins to him. Mischa confessed his sins and called on Jesus; the strong back pains from which he had been suffering were immediately healed. As he later washed his hands, the tattooed words ‘Allah u akhbar’ were miraculously washed away. He then returned to his village, where he had a dream in which he was told “You are saved, and through you, your whole family and many of your people will be saved.” Following a dream in which her deceased mother and Mischa appeared to her, Mischa’s sister visited Mischa, who explained the Gospel to her. She was saved, as were other members of Mischa’s family and friends. Mischa is now being trained as a church planter.
Source: Kingdom Ministries, fax (+41) 33 437 0016