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In the Land of Blue Burqas

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" I lived in Afghanistan for five years. I learned the rules I had to. "

Riveting and fast paced, "In the Land of Blue Burqas"depicts sharing the love and truth of Christ with women living in Afghanistan, which has been called"the world's most dangerous country in which to be born a woman."

These stories are honest and true. The harsh reality of their lives is not sugar-coated, and that adds to the impact of this book. Through storytelling, the author shows how people who don't know Christ come to see Him, His truth, and His beauty. The stories provide insight into how a Jesus-follower brought Jesus' teachings of the Kingdom of God to Afghanistan. They reveal the splendor of Christ, the desire of human hearts, and that precious instance where the two meet.
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ISBN-13: 9780802408143
ISBN-10: 0802408141
Pagini: 312
Dimensiuni: 141 x 215 x 21 mm
Greutate: 0.38 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Moody Publishers

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"I lived in Afghanistan for five years. I learned the rules - I had to."

The gray-bearded and black-bearded men in the back of the rickshaw eyed me. The gray-bearded man asked me, "Are you a Muslim?"

For him, the word Muslim had a very clear definition. He did not just mean, "Are you submitted to God?" To which I could have said, "Yes, of course." He meant something much more precise: "Do you submit to the laws of the Prophet Muhammad as recorded in the Holy Quran and Hadith and as taught by the mullahs?" Whatever true response I could give would not be welcome.

Still, I could give a true response. I answered the gray-beaded man's question softly without arrogance or apology. "No, I am not a Muslim. I am a follower of the Honorable Jesus Messiah."

The black-bearded man scowled, brows furrowed. He leaned too close to my face and glared directly into my averted eyes. His words came out as a command, short and abrupt: "You should become a Muslim. It would be better for you in this life and the next."

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