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A radical Islamic jihadi-turned-Christian evangelist says he accepted Christ as his Savior after Jesus foiled his plot to kill the daughter of a Christian pastor by bringing his hand down from Heaven to give her blood.
Rashid and his task force eventually heard about a pastor named Paul, a former Muslim who leads an evangelism ministry that gives out Bibles to Muslims and also helps establish secret house church networks in Asia and the Middle East. Rashid and his task force had devised a plan to kill pastor Paul's family and then abduct him to forcefully reconvert him back to Islam so that he could become their main puppet of propaganda against Christianity.
When Rashid noticed that pastor paul and his family were running low on food, he devised another plan to send a woman to deliver the family poisoned food. However, the plot was foiled because the woman they arranged to deliver the poisoned food was bitten by a dog, seriously injured and never arrived. The terrorists tried the poisoned food plan a second time with a different woman. That plan was more successful, as Paul's children ended up eating poisoned chocolate. Although Paul's son's did not get sick, Paul's daughter got very sick and fell unconscious.
"I was watching with two others from an ambulance near the hospital to see his daughter's death," Rashid recalled. "Our plan was to kidnap the dead body along with his family in our ambulance." Despite Rashid's plan, he became deterred when he witnessed something he had never seen before.
"I saw a ball of light came down from the sky and stand over the room where his daughter was lying unconscious," Rashid explained.
He also described seeing a hand come out from the light to touch the pastor's daughter. When the hand touched the daughter, she immediately woke up and stood up. Rashid said that blood was pouring from a hole in the middle of the hand. "I trembled with fear," Rashid said. "I felt giddy and fell down. My friends moved me from there at once."
Rashid said he had a hard time sleeping that night after seeing the hand. As Rashid drifted off to sleep, he said he saw a shadow of a man's face appear with the hand in a dream. The man asked Rashid why he was "nailing" him. Confused by what he dreamed about, Rashid pulled out a Bible that was in his room that he previously used to find verses that criticize Christianity and justify Islam. In this instance, there was one verse in particular that caught Rashid's interest — John 1: 9-10.
originally posted by: DeathSlayer
a reply to: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
What if the same were said about Muhammad coming down and saving a dying child? Would you accept it so easily and quickly?
Muhammad has never healed anyone...... whether he was alive or dead.
Healing the Sick
Abdullah ibn Ateek broke his leg and Muhammad healed it by wiping his hand over it. Abdullah said it was as if nothing had happened to it! The person who witnessed the miracle was another companion, Bara’ ibn Azib (Saheeh Al-Bukhari)
During the expedition of Khyber, Muhammad healed the painful eyes of Ali ibn Abi Talib in front of a whole army. Ali, many years later, became the fourth caliph of Muslims
Muhammad's miracles encompass a broad range, such as the multiplication of food, manifestation of water, hidden knowledge, prophesies, healing, punishment, and power over nature