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The Vision

We who have been called by God’s Great Commission should share Jesus with others, including Muslims, who need to know Him as Savior and their hope for eternal life. Like the Jews of Jesus' days, Muslims are very zealous for their religion and laws but they too must know that Jesus 'is the end of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes

As followers of Jesus

We see Muslims, not as an enemy but a ministry. Jesus loves them and died on the cross to save them. At Jesus to Muslims, we feel obligated to reveal the truth about Islam and at the same time encourage the Church to love Muslims and be equipped to share with them the good news of assurance that only Jesus gives.

Jesus said:

‘I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd.
John 10:16.

Fulfillment of the Vision

I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands. And they cried out in a loud voice:

“Salvation belongs to our God,
who sits on the throne,
and to the Lamb.” (Revelation 7:9-10)

Be a part of the Vision

It is for ‘such a time as this’ to be a part of this vision. The Lord wants us to help Muslims receive God’s Grace and Mercy available only through Jesus.

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Jesus and Muhammad: Same Source?

Published by Steven Masood - January 16th 2018
Jesus and Muhammad: Same Source?

On one hand, the majority of Muslim scholars reject the integrity of the Judeo-Christian Scriptures and, yet on the other, they quote from it to support Muhammad’s message and him as being the prophet sent by the same God who sent Jesus.

An Ex-Christian convert to Islam, at a Muslim-Christian gathering, quoted the following Biblical passage to support Muhammad’s prophethood:

Jesus: The Qur’anic & Biblical Understanding

Published by Steven Masood - January 6th 2018

In their conversations many Muslims tell their Christian neighbors and friends that they believe in Jesus and love him more than Christians. So where does such an acceptance come from? The source for a Muslim is primarily the Qur’an and what Muhammad said about Jesus.  The Qur’an affirms Jesus’ supernatural birth. The miracle starts with Mary the Virgin being ‘dedicated to God’s service from the womb’.

Is the Bible unknown to the Qur'an?

Published by Steven Masood - January 5th 2018
Is the Bible unknown to the Qur'an?

When Christians use the testimony of the Qur’an in support of the Bible’s integrity, some Muslims argue that the references in the Qur’an do not relate to present day versions of the Torah and the Gospel. They say that the “Scriptures” of the Jews, as well as the “Scriptures” of the Christians at the time of Muhammad, 571-632 CE, were different than those available today.

Grace, Mercy & Justice

Published by Steven Masood - October 5th 2017
Grace, Mercy and Justice

Both Islam and Christianity believe that God sent His messengers to lead human beings into the right path. They do differ as to how to deal with the separation between God and man caused by the sin of men, which the Bible clearly states is evident in the whole of humankind, “There is no one righteous, not even one” (Romans 3:11), for, “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). In general, sin means transgression of the law of God (1 John 3:4). This law exists because God is Holy and so cannot abide with evil. It is offensive to God no matter what the sinner’s excuse or how insignificant the sin.

The Qur’an also tells us that all are guilty and unworthy to be saved. If God were to judge us all according to his rules, none of us would be saved. “If Allah were to punish men for their wrong-doing, he would not leave, on the earth, a single living creature” (Sura 16:61, see also Sura 35:45).

Hajj: A Biblical perspective

Published by Steven Masood - August 1st 2017
Hajj - A biblical perspective

Every year, millions of Muslims around the world make the religious journey known as Hajj to Mecca. As one of the five 'pillars' of Islam, Hajj is a requirement for Muslims to perform at least once in a life, if physically and financially able (Qur’an 2:196ff). Muslims consider their sins forgiven due to their paticipation. Some make the pilgrimage more than once.

Fasting: The Jesus Way

Published by Steven Masood - June 1st 2017

Does God approve of our Fasting? Do Christians Fast? What is the Biblical perspective of Fasting?  Every year Muslims in the world fast in a particular way in the month of Ramadan. This year it began on May 27 and will end by June 25. The traditions of Islam teach that during this month God gives Muslims a chance to double their rewards so to have much wider chance to get into the paradise. Muslims ask for His pardon for their past sins and conduct other meritorious behavior.

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