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Woman Claims Jesus Raised Her from the Dead to Minister to Muslims

  • Veronica Neffinger
    Religious persecution, missions, Christianity around the world
  • 2016 Oct 11
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A Muslim woman from Central Asia miraculously came back from the dead, converted to Christianity, and began sharing her new-found faith with others.

According to Charisma News, the woman, whose name is Sabina, was visiting her son who was imprisoned in Moscow, Russia.

While there, she fell into a coma. She was pronounced dead, and moved from the hospital to a morgue where she lay for two days. While in the morgue, however, Sabina said she had a vision.

Sabina reportedly saw a vision of a tree growing at the top of a well, while she lay at the bottom. She then saw a branch from the tree reach out toward her and a voice spoke, saying, "If you grab onto my hand, I will bring you back to life," reports ChristianToday.com.

Sabina obeyed, and that was when she woke up, startling doctors who heard her shout, “I’m alive. Don’t worry.”

The doctors gave her water, food, and clothing, and transferred her back to the hospital where no one could explain how she was alive.

Sabina says that it was God who brought her back to life. When she returned home, she went to church and professed her faith in Christ. She then told her family about her conversion experience and her new faith.

Many of her family members also put their faith in Christ, including her six daughters, one of her sons, and her mother and niece.

 

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Publication date: October 11, 2016

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