Muslims Start Having Horrible Visions After Mutilating And Murdering Christian Girl, They Go And Beg Her Father For Forgiveness And He Tells Them That Only Jesus Can Heal Them, They All Renounce Islam And Become Christians

This is the third time we have reported on this story about that missionary’s daughter who was kidnapped by Muslims and then died but saw Jesus, and He healed and restored her to life.

In another miraculous development, the four Muslims who did the crime have now not on only apologized for their crimes, but they have renounced Islam and are becoming Christians, much to the anger of the local Muslim Imam:

Muslims radicals responsible for performing the female genital mutilation (FGM) of a 14-year-old Christian girl have asked for forgiveness and embraced the faith they once hated, a new report has revealed.

Over the weekend, Muslims in West Africa arrived at the house of Yoonus, a missionary with Bibles for Mideast, and explained that since they kidnapped and mutilated his teenage daughter, Lydia, they had experienced a series of bizarre incidents.

They revealed that all the women who had been involved in the procedure seemed to have gone mad, shrieking and seeing blood everywhere. In turn, the men who took part in the incident suffered nightmares, lack of sleep and extreme anxiety.

Convinced that God’s anger was at the source of the trouble in their homes, the Muslims invited the imam of the local mosque to come to their houses and pray for healing (shifa). However, nothing worked.

When they finally decided they must visit Lydia and Yoonus to ask their forgiveness, the imam and community leaders advised against it. In desperation, the men went anyway, and begged Yoonus to pray over them and give them peace of mind.

The missionary explained that forgiveness from God alone would heal their hearts and homes, and urged the Muslims to confess their sins before Him.

“You will be saved and you will also be healed if you accept Him as your savior and Lord,” Yoonus said.

The Muslims listened quietly and intently as he told his own story of coming to Christ, and then confessed their sins before Jesus and accepted Him as saviour and Lord.

Lydia also shared her remarkable experience of healing with her persecutors and prayed over them, allowing them to leave in peace. The report notes that the imam and the community aren’t pleased with the conversions and asks believers worldwide to pray for the Lord’s mighty protection over the new believers. (source)

I said it before and I will say it again: ANYTHING is possible with God. If he can raise the dead and create the universe from nothing, he can certainly forgive these Muslim for their crimes, for that is why He came- to save the lost.



  • As Jesus told the Pharisees, “I come not to call the righteous to repentance but the sinners.”

    This also exposes a problem…for several decades, missionaries had ample opportunities to witness to Muslims and somehow arrived at the ridiculous conclusion that they didn’t needed to be evangelized.

    This story is turning that around and showing that God still is calling for sinners to repentance and that one missionary’s effort along with his daughter is showing us what real evangelism is.

    • Higlac

      That ridiculous conclusion about evangelisation “no longer being needed” is thanks to the humanist “beliefs” of all religions being “equal” and all “good” (both due to the “Renaissance” AND its descendant the “Enlightenment”) – BOTH of which things are absolutely false!!!

      Of course it exposes just how EVIL humanism (from which derive both Marxism and its brother atheism) and all other belief systems not honouring the Judæo-Christian God and His Only-Begotten son happen to be!!!

      Otherwise, God Be Praised not only for Helping this family through this terrible time and then Restoring this daughter of theirs to them, wholly healed by His Marvellous Power and Love, but now for also proving Who He Is to the Moslem criminals such that not only have they apologised but are also in the process of renouncing that ultra-evil “religion” of Islam and becoming Christians. When they’re fully confirmed via baptism and further evangelising, they’ll become formidable voices for Our Lord; however, they truly – like all the rest of us – need His Protection and Love to help them through this time of transition.

      Truly, alleluia, hallelujah and aljilúyja!!!!

  • Kamau41

    Absolutely amazing to read these miraculous stories. This is truly AWESOME!!!!!
    “I desire therefore, first of all, that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all men:
    For kings, and for all that are in high station: that we may lead a quiet and a peaceable life in all piety and chastity.
    For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour,
    Who will have all men to be saved, and to come to the knowledge of the truth.
    For there is one God, and one mediator of God and men, the man Christ Jesus:
    Who gave himself a redemption for all, a testimony in due times.”(1 Timothy 2:1-5).

  • elopes

    Glory to the Lord Jesus Christ!

  • C20

    Absolutely inspiring! I have a Muslim friend I have tried to gently witness to asking him to read the New Testament. He said he would but he hasn’t. He told me he would read it but he would not change his religion. I need suggestions on how to proceed.

    • Marie Halligan

      Hi C20,the only thing I can think of is prayer for his soul and perhaps a Novena to St.Jude if he seems very reluctant?

    • Grace Ziem

      The gospel of Mark is the shortest and has a lot of miracles; might set him thinking. Bless you for trying to share your faith; we will pray for you and him. Let us know how this goes!

  • Jeff Benton

    Looks like they did their best to take the right steps… One of the things one must do in the redemption process is, without causing any harm or uncalled for stress to any one you have wronged, do ones best to right all the wrongs one has committed…

    Folks like to harp on about turning the other cheek…
    What they fail to realize is this story is a prime example of righting wrongs… I have never heard one single person except for myself delve into why the person in the story of the cheek Jesus told us about was slapped to begin with… It is obviously because he had wronged the slapper to begin with…
    There is no other explanation… Otherwise you start to get into territory that is not Biblically sound at all…
    So naturally you are to be willing to go to any length to right wrongs, even by offering your other cheek for a second well deserved slap…

    Yeppers, If these reports are true, these fellas and their households are well on their way to redemption 🙂 🙂 🙂 Might even turn out to be a potent force for Jesus Christ as they grow in spirit and truth…
    Jesus Christ has got this!!!
    Thanks for sharing this article!!!

    • Jeff Benton

      Errr, better throw out the typical disclaimer before I get slammed… I could be wrong on this… I do Not have all the answers by any stretch of the imagination…
      It’s just that I never saw David stand still for Sauls Spear… And About a million other accounts like that too in the Bible that fly in the face of letting monsters have their way with ya…

    • Grace Ziem

      Actually, the is a long history of terrible abuse of both Christians and jews who were injured and killed without doing ANYTHING to deserve it, throughout the middle eastern countries since the time of Mohammed’s turning to violence (when he couldn’t convert many in his first 10 years of peace). This account is in the excellent book: From Time Immemorial by Joan Peters.

      • Jeff Benton

        Hey thanks for the response!!!
        I realize my post is poorly written and possibly a bit confusing as it was written in the middle of a family emergency that is not over as of yet.
        Yet I believe you may have responded to the wrong post… What you are saying has zero to do with what I posted as far as I can tell…
        Of course I could be wrong about that too…
        Just a heads up… No offense intended or inferred…
        My poorly written and possibly confusing post was about just one part of the process lots of folks are led to take when trying to right horrible wrongs in their spiritual (and physical) walk with God…
        I mentioned nothing of the horrors of persecution of Christians and Jews throughout the ages… Which by the way I am quite aware of… Even this article points clearly to just one such instance… It is not lost on me I assure you…

        But instead I focused on the redemption process once horrid rabid monsters such as these men and their families, and myself too, are led to take…
        Hope that helps Grace 🙂 🙂 🙂

        My apologies if I misread your post… My mind no longer works like most peeps minds do, whether they are from the East West North or South… So Maybe I missed whatever point you were trying to make in relationship to my post… That happens a good bit at times, so forgive my ignorance…
        The obvious point you were making is clear to me, yet that has zero to do with what I wrote… Other than possibly pointing out the need for repentance from the wicked ones who engage in such persecution…

        However, thanks bunches for the book info, although I will probably never get time to read it… I have about a thousand years or more of reading to do long before I ever get to that one LOL!!! Always luv getting more to read, even when I have not yet understood all that I need to in books I am currently studying HAHAHA!!! Shoot, after many many years, I am still working on Genesis LOL!!!! You know what I mean I hope 🙂 🙂 🙂
        Thanks bunches…

  • Brenda

    Wow no words, sometimes happy tears are better.

  • Marie Halligan

    My Nan always used to say “God is good!” and He is;He always forgives the truly remorseful who ask Him for forgiveness,including me.I pray for them all,especially Lydia. She must be a very holy girl if she can forgive that!

  • These are second handed information, so I don’t know who.

  • Grace Ziem

    Thank you so much for this further follow-up; it is so helpful to see God at work. We know the imams and others would be furious at their conversion, and because the price for “apostasy’ can be death, this is likely to be a true conversion. Praise God!!

  • Grace Ziem

    There are many who stand in condemnation of Muslims without witnessing, not just some missionaries…

  • Craig A. Mouldey

    It is encouraging to hear such good things occur. There is so little to cheer about in these dark days.

  • Michelle Therese

    That is amazing!