By Theodore Shoebat
A group of Christians were assisting some poor Muslims in Jordan, when their relative — a fanatic member of ISIS — came from Syria to visit them. When he found out that it was Christians who were helping his family, he turned to a rage and wanted to slaughter the Christians. But he suddenly heard the Gospel, and he soon rejected Islam as a false religion and accepted Christ as his Savior. According to the report:
One member of ISIS from northern Syria came to visit his relatives who had fled to Jordan because he had heard Christians were providing them aid, the director said. He intended to kill the Christian workers providing aid to his relatives, who were not living in a refugee camp. After hearing the gospel and witnessing the love of the Christians, he put his trust in Christ.
“He first saw how Islam brainwashed him about Christianity, and how that contrasted with the reality of what he saw in the Christians,” the director said. “And we’re talking about an area of Jordan that has three Salafist [a strict, fundamentalist branch of Sunni Islam] mosques. They raise up people to go and fight.”
The former Muslim extremist militant was so enthusiastic in sharing his faith with the Salifis that he quickly put himself in danger, he said.
“He even got threats from them, and that’s when I began trying to calm him down, because otherwise they may kill him,” the director said. “They may take him and create a big threat among the refugees. We need to work very quietly and slowly.”
The angels sing and rejoice at the coming of a man who was once lost but comes to the sheepfold of Christ. “I say to you that likewise there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine just persons who need no repentance.” (Luke 15:7) Ah, how pure is the faith of the man who once lived in darkness and strived through the shadows to find the light! How sweet are the words of God to the soul of such a man! How sweet are the words of God to his soul. “May my meditation be sweet to Him; I will be glad in the Lord.” (Psalm 104:34)
The one who converts has lived through the night, and while the world walks indifferently to the light of the dawn, he gazes upon the rising sun and sees God in its beauty, he beholds this phenomena and feels the love of God enwrapping his soul. He sees the Cross, and gazes upon Life; he sees death and witnesses eternity. The naive and the spoiled look to the darkness and sense fascination within themselves; but the convert looks to the darkness and flees to be further embraced by the arms of Heaven’s beams, for he knows what misery lies in the shadows of hades; what fright! what dread! what evil! what violence and chaos! He experiences God and knows order, and wants nothing to do with the disarray of the devil.
Let us sing with the angels at the entering in of this follower of the Holy Cross.
The next Crusade is coming soon, Jesus will return and guide it. Watch this very interesting discussion with Theodore Shoebat and Eric Gajewski, in which they talk about the coming Crusade: