Syrian Army Follows Jesus Christ as Refugee in Iraq

Local missionaries in Iraq recently met a refugee who was a Muslim officer in the Syrian army before he fled enemy soldiers who occupied his home.

“I dreamed that a group of missionaries visited my house and told me very pleasant things,” he told the ministry team. “I don’t remember what it was, but I remember when I woke up, I had a wonderful peace and joy that I had never experienced before. Can you visit us at home?”

Within a week the workers went to his small apartment to meet with his family, only to find they had also invited several other relatives and friends to hear about Christ, the ministry leader said. The team answered many questions that were heavy on the minds and hearts of those present.

As the discussion ended, workers offered an invitation to receive Christ and follow Him, the leader said.

The workers went to his small apartment to meet with his family, only to find they had also invited several other relatives and friends to hear about Christ.

“The five Muslim families who were present prayed the salvation prayer and asked for copies of the Bible,” he said. “And they agreed to enroll their children in the Sunday school program.”

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SOURCE: Christian Aid Mission