God's Love vs. ISIS Hate, Muslim Migrants throw Christians Overboard, Iraqi Refugees Faith and Needs, What do Muslims Believe?

How Do Christians Respond To ISIS? Here Is A Daring LOVE LETTER Them

Apr 20 2015 | 03:35

Italian police: Muslim migrants threw Christians overboard

By Hada Messia, Livia Borghese and Jason Hanna, CNN
Updated 3:17 PM ET, Sun April 19, 2015

Iraqi Refugees:
The needs -- overwhelming

“A lot of [the Christians] had Muslim neighbors they knew for 30 years. These Muslim neighbors said, ‘Get out of Iraq. You don’t belong here. We hate you Christians.'”

“One man told us: ‘I think God is chastising us because we forgot God. We stopped reading our Bibles. We stopped praying. Maybe God is using this.’ He said, ‘I want to tell you, my family and I we’re having devotions together every night. We’re praying together. We’re reading the Bible together.’ He said, ‘We realize that all we have is Jesus.'”

“A lot of people–Muslims–are saying, ‘If this is what Islam is, we don’t want to be Muslims anymore,’ and they’re opening up to the Gospel.”

Islam’s View of God and His Revelation
Reaching Muslims, Part 1
by Rich Wendling and Daniel Shayesteh 

"Nearly 2.5 million Muslims now call the United States home, another 3 million reside in the United Kingdom, and similar numbers inhabit every other major English-speaking country.

So more than ever, Christians in the West need to understand the unique challenges of sharing the gospel with Muslims. Every believer’s heartbeat should be to lovingly share Christ’s gracious work in a way that any precious soul can understand—regardless of his or her religion."

Islam’s View of Sin and Salvation
Reaching Muslims, Part 2
by Rich Wendling and Daniel Shayesteh

"In reaction to the many terrorist attacks worldwide, including 9/11, many Westerners consider Muslims to be their enemies. Many hate Muslims and fear any kind of contact with them. But Jesus commands us to react in a different way. The Muslim, like everyone else, is precious to God and needs to be reconciled with Him through Christ. We Christians are commanded to lovingly share the gospel with everyone, regardless of his or her religion."

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