Which None Can Shut: Remarkable True Stories of God's Miraculous Work in the Muslim World
Imagine a place where becoming a Christian is a punishable crime--and your own family exacts the punishment. Where those who spread the gospel among locals are deported if discovered. Where converts to Christianity face persecution, isolation, or even death as the price for their faith. "Reema Goode" and her family are Christians working in a closed Middle Eastern country where all of these things are true. Yet they are also firsthand witnesses of a whole new trend that is taking shape in missions to Muslims. Despite all obstacles, God is opening miraculous doors in the Islamic world, where an unprecedented number of Muslims are becoming followers of Jesus. In this powerful collection of personal stories, Reema takes us deep inside her Arab neighborhood to show how God is opening doors in just one of many Islamic communities. As she walks us through everyday life in a Muslim town, she reveals the diverse, creative, unexpected, and thrilling ways God is reaching her neighbors with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "See, I have set before you an open door, and no one can shut it."--Revelation 3:8
I finished reading a book tonight...
By Dunadan - March 23, 2011
This Christmas I received a total of 11 books. There were three big gift books, and an assortment of paperbacks that looked just right for intermittent light reading. It looked like I was happily set for a while!
The first book that I read was The Sword: A Novel (Chiveis Trilogy). It is written by Dr. Bryan Litfin, a Moody professor. It is in the genre of Tolkien and Narnia --filled with wisdom, dispensed as the story is told: a wonderful, unexpected surprise. The second to be read was The Twelfth Imam by Joel Rosenburg. When my daughter and I first talked about the author, she said, "He's the guy that writes books, and they come true." Rosenburg blends current events and prophecy with a good dose of the Gospel. Excellent reading.
I was thoroughly enjoying these books and looking forward to the third in my pile, the... read more
By Mom2 - March 1, 2011
I recently had the opportunity to do a book review for the book:Which None Can Shut: Remarkable True Stories of God's Miraculous Work in the Muslim World by "Reema Goode."
I HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone. All I can say is, that it is an incredible story of the power of God working in the Muslim world. This book provides a wonderful testimony of God moving through relational evangelism to share His love with others. Reema tells her story in an easy to read way. There is much to glean in this story about how to walk with God and share His love with others in any country or culture. It is an incredibly encouraging and inspiring book.
Stories of God at Work in the Muslim Nation
By Suzanne M. Waltner "Suzie W." - January 3, 2011
As a citizen of the United States of America, I am spoiled. I can walk or drive to my church without being arrested. I can meet in people's homes and talk about the Bible without fear of someone coming in and killing everyone in that room. I can talk about my relationship with God and my faith without the worry of being shunned by my family.
But, at the same time, as a citizen of the United States, I do not get to see the amazing mountains that are moved that bring someone to their own decision to follow God. I do not see blatant miracles and answers to prayer (not that it doesn't happen, it just doesn't happen as clearly as it seems to in other places).
In her book, Which None Can Shut, Reema Goode shares story after story of God's hand at work in the Arabian Desert which is a strictly Muslim nation. Goode's stories include stories of healing, stories of answered prayers (God even answers her young son's prayer for rain in the summer that she is unsure will be... read more
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