by Katey Hearth
Mission Network News
According to Perry LaHaie, with Frontiers, “There’s a great hunger for Jesus in the Muslim world, and we can really get distracted by all the stories dominating the headlines about ISIS and Boko Haram and al-Qaeda…of course, the terrorists need Jesus as much as any others.”
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Just like Saul–the greatest persecutor of Christians–became Paul, the writer of most of the New Testament, terrorists can become champions for Christ.
“We just need to look at this with a biblical lens; some say the fastest-growing Church in the world is in Iran,” observes LaHaie.
It’s not just radical Muslims that need prayer. The rest of the Muslim world needs intercession, too.
“Most Muslims abhor what these terrorists are doing,” LaHaie notes.
When some of these individuals hear the Gospel and come to know Christ as Savior, lives are transformed. Occasionally, that transformation leads to miracles, like it did for Kabir and Amir...