Testimonies
Testimonies of God's Power in the Muslim World
Jul 31, 2015

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Here are some of the latest testimonies we've heard in response to the broadcasts and discipleship of THE KINGDOM SAT.

Morocco:
"I wanted to learn more about Christianity but I didn't know where to start and what to do. I'm so thankful for THE KINGDOM SAT follow-up team who walked me through the Bible and explained to me repentance, forgiveness, salvation, and the relationship between God and man."

Algeria:
"I'm a 64-year-old Muslim and this is the first time I heard about Life of Jesus Christ through your channel. Would you please send me a Bible?"

"I'm a 64-year-old Muslim and this is the first time I heard about Life of Jesus Christ."

Egypt:
Mohammad used to be an active member in an Islamic political party. Since retirement, he has been watching different Christian channels, especially THE KINGDOM SAT. After searching for the Truth and comparing the Qur'an to the Bible, he contacted our follow-up team with this message: "I have been reading the books of John and Matthew in the Bible and I now strongly believe the Bible is not corrupted. This has raised many questions inside me but I couldn't find anyone to answer them. Would you please help me to understand the truth?"


Mohammad is now convinced that the Bible is the Word of God. He argued with the sheikhs about the reliability of the Bible and asked many questions they couldn't answer. They kicked him and his sons out of work, but he remains grateful that he knows the Truth and that God revealed Himself to him. He is determined to follow Christ until the end, no matter what the cost will be.

Thank you for your ongoing support of Leading The Way. Through your gifts, God is opening doors for the Gospel in closed countries and calling those in darkness into His glorious light. With your help, we can continue to expand this vital evangelism and discipleship outreach into the hard-to-reach places of the world.