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Muslim-Turned-Christian-Apologist Says Jesus Appeared to Him in a Dream

  • Veronica Neffinger
    Religious persecution, missions, Christianity around the world
  • 2017 Mar 24
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Nabeel Qureshi converted from Islam to Christianity after Jesus revealed himself to the searching Muslim man in a dream.

Christian Today reports that Qureshi is currently battling stage IV stomach cancer, but that hasn’t stopped him from sharing his faith. In a recent vlog, he talks about the dream he had of Jesus.

"A lot of people who are leaving Islam and become Christian do so because they have seen Jesus in a dream or a vision. I did receive dreams and visions when I was seeking the truth about Christianity and Islam but I never actually saw Jesus in a dream or a vision. I saw things that led me to the Gospel. I was thrilled to have seen Jesus in a dream. I had been praying for it. I had been asking for guidance and I think I got some," he shared.

Qureshi also shared what God has been teaching him through his battle with cancer. He ultimately concluded that, although it is sometimes a challenge to have faith, God has everything under control and has a good plan.

"Now, that doesn't mean I can't pray for healing but I shouldn't be motivated by fear," he said. "I think I was letting that happen to me. This disease is in my Father's hands."

Qureshi has written three books on Islam, Christianity, and his conversion. They are titled Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters ChristianityAnswering Jihad: A Better Way Forward, and No God But One—Allah or Jesus.   


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Publication date: March 24, 2017