11 responses to “How to Share the Gospel with a Muslim

  1. florence

    Hello there. my name is Floernce from cape town.
    I am doing an assignment on how to share the gospel with the muslims.
    Would like to nkow to share with them?

    • Carey

      GOSPEL TO THE MUSLIMS
      Email: gospel2muslims@gmail.com
      ——————————————————————————————————
      Dear
      Greetings to you in the most precious name of our Lord Jesus Christ!
      We are very glad to share with you that God has given us burden & vision in our lives to reach specifically to The MUSLIMS by The Gospel of Jesus Christ. We have dedicated our lives into His hands to be used according to His will & plan in our lives.

      Our Lord Jesus is using us to fulfill His plan & will in and through our lives. Already Several Muslims men & women surrendered their lives to Jesus and they are following His teachings. They are witnessing about Jesus and their testimonies to their relatives & neighbors. God is adding more men & women to our worship services almost every week for His own glory.

      Even though we are facing heavy persecutions & threats by the fanatics Muslims, but our Lord Jesus is using our lives for the extension of His Kingdom.

      Humbly, we request you kindly keep us & ministry in your prayers. We are in great need of your kind prayers in our own lives and for the persecuted believers. We are in great need of your kind prayers for God’s wisdom, grace and protection in our lives. Please pray that we might be always faithful to His call in our lives and grow in Him.
      It would be highly appreciated if you kindly just write at least few words for our encouragement.

      With regards,

      CAREY & TERESA (The names has been changed for some reason)

      KINDLY PRAY FOR: House Church Ministry, Discipleship Ministry, Women Ministry, Children Ministry, Health Care Ministries for the women & Children and Compassion Ministry ( Distributing Clothes to the needy & poor, Providing Food to the persecuted believers those who lost their sources of income & houses for their faith in Jesus, Educational help to the poor & needy students, Providing Nutrients for Malnourished children )

    • Nice Meeting you here if you would genuinly like to know on sharing gospel to muslims, please contct me,
      eben@rediffmail.com

  2. Thabiti Says:
    June 28, 2006 at 5:00 am e
    Al-Hakim,
    Please keep reading your Qu’ran. Does it not tell you that Jesus is the Word of God (Surah 4:171) and a Word from God (Surah 3:39, 45). No one else–from Adam to Muhammad–is called the Word of God in the Qu’ran. Why? Because Jesus is completely unique. The Apostle John, a beloved follower of Jesus, put it this way in his gospel: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made…. The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us.” (John 1:1-3, 14). Jesus is the incarnated eternal Word of God, the Son of God who took on human flesh.

    And does not the Qu’ran say that Jesus is also “Spirit from him” (Sura 4:171, ruhun minhu)? The “him” referred to is God. Jesus is a Spirit come from God. Through his death and resurrection, Jesus proves himself to be “a life-giving spirit” (1 Cor. 15:45).

    And does not the Qu’ran teach that Jesus is al-Masih, “Messiah”? Eleven times Jesus is given this title in the Qu’ran. Even in the passages of the Qu’ran you quote (3:59,64), you see that the Torah and the Gospels are “revelation” from God. That revelation tells us that the Messiah would be the One who would save from the coming judgment of God those who repent of their sins and place their faith in Him. Jesus is the Messiah who will save His people from their sins (Matthew 1:21). He is the One to whom all of the Scriptures point (Luke 24:44-49).

    Does not even the Qu’ran teach that God send Jesus the Gospel and in it was gudance and light, and confirmation of the Torah that had come before him, a guidance and admonition to those who fear God? (sura 5:46; cf 3:3). Does not the Qu’ran teach that Jesus was strengthened by the Holy Spirit (sura 2:87, 253; 5:113), performed miracles (3:49; 5:113) confirming his message–which is a message about himself as Savior! And does not the Qu’ran even teach the resurrection of Jesus? “Blessed am I in the day of my birth, my day of death and my day of resurrection to life” (19:33)?

    We don’t accept the Qu’ran as any valid revelation from God. Yet even the Qu’ran cannot help but teach some truth about the Son of God, Jesus the Messiah, the only name given under heaven by which man can be saved! As a former Muslim, I pray you would see the truth about Jesus even as you read the Qu’ran.
    Thabiti

  3. R.C.A.C.

    10 commandments for sharing the Gospel with your muslim neighbors

    1. Use the Word of God
    Muslims respect the sacred books: the Law of Moses, Psalms, Gospel, and Koran. Let the Word of God speak for itself. The Gospels are the best portions to start with, particularly Matthew and Luke.

    2. Be constantly in prayer
    It is the Holy Spirit who wins men to Christ. Seek his guidance and power as you present the Word.

    3. Be a genuine friend
    Saying “hello” isn’t enough. If you really care, show it by inviting them to your home, sharing your time, and helping with their problems.

    4. ask thought-provoking questions
    “Do you expect to go to heaven? Do you have the assurance that god will accept you? What does the Koran teach about forgiveness? May I show you what the Bible teaches?” Questions like these show that you have an interest in the important things of life.

    5. Listen attentively
    When you ask a question, courtesy requires that you listen to the answer no matter how long it takes. You’ll be surprised at how much you’ll learn.

    6. Present your beliefs openly
    State what you believe, clearly and without apology, showing Scripture passages that support those teachings. Thus, you place the responsibility for doctrine where it belongs – on the Word of God.

    7. Reason, don’t argue
    Argument may win a point but lose a hearing. There are some points on which you can argue forever without achieving a thing, except closing a mind against you.

    8. Never denigrate Muhammad or the Koran
    This is as offensive to them as speaking disrespectfully about Christ or the Bible is to us.

    9. Respect their customs and sensitivities
    Don’t offend by putting your Bible (a holy book) on the floor, or appearing to free with the opposite sex, or refusing hospitality, or making jokes about sacred topics such as fasting, prayer, or God.

    10. Persevere
    Muslims have a lot of re-thinking to do when they are confronted with the Gospel. But rest assured that the Word of God will do its work, in his good time.

    John 3:16 Jesus died for all the people including our muslim brothers and sisters.

    ISLAM – I sincerely love all muslims.. Sala’am Duwa’a..

  4. Carey

    GOSPEL TO THE MUSLIMS
    Email: gospel2muslims@gmail.com
    —————————————————————–
    Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,
    Greetings to you in the most precious name of our Lord Jesus Christ!
    We are very glad to share with you that God has given us burden & vision in our lives to reach specifically to The MUSLIMS by The Gospel of Jesus Christ. We have dedicated our lives into His hands to be used according to His will & plan in our lives.

    Our Lord Jesus is using us to fulfill His plan & will in and through our lives. Already Several Muslims men & women surrendered their lives to Jesus and they are following His teachings. They are witnessing about Jesus and their testimonies to their relatives & neighbors. God is adding more men & women to our worship services almost every week for His own glory.

    Even though we are facing heavy persecutions & threats by the fanatics Muslims, but our Lord Jesus is using our lives for the extension of His Kingdom.

    Humbly, we request you kindly keep us & ministry in your prayers. We are in great need of your kind prayers in our own lives and for the persecuted believers. We are in great need of your kind prayers for God’s wisdom, grace and protection in our lives. Please pray that we might be always faithful to His call in our lives and grow in Him.
    It would be highly appreciated if you kindly just write at least few words for our encouragement.

    With regards,

    CAREY & TERESA (The names has been changed for some reason)

    KINDLY PRAY FOR: House Church Ministry, Discipleship Ministry, Women Ministry, Children Ministry, Health Care Ministries for the women & Children and Compassion Ministry ( Distributing Clothes to the needy & poor, Providing Food to the persecuted believers those who lost their sources of income & houses for their faith in Jesus, Educational help to the poor & needy students, Providing Nutrients for Malnourished children )

  5. Gerard &Anne Wynand.

    We want to bring the Gospel to our muslem friends,[nabours].This web side is verry encouraging and helpful. Anne & Gerard.

  6. Jim Brewer

    I am so glad that I found this blog site. My wife and I are serving the Lord in Nairobi Kenya. Yesterday we went to a Kenyan lady’s home to meet with a small group of 80+ year old Mamas. Unknown to me the lady had invited 8 young men in their 20s to the gathering. She asked me to go outside with them and share the Word of God with them. As I was going out the door, she told me they were Muslims and they needed the gospel. Inside I was panicked. I fumbled for a bit but I first prayed for them then opened the book of Romans to chapter 8 and read to them, then I skipped to Hebrews and read Hebrews 4: 15-16. I shared with them who Jesus is and how he shed his blood for the sins of the world and how he atoned for my sins as well as theirs. I could go on and on, but the bottom line is they asked me to pray for them, which I did before we parted and they asked me if I could meet with them again. I have prayed for protection as I meet with them and I will meet with them again. Thanks for the tips and words from the Kuran and the other pointer your site has shared.

    God Bless and Joy in Jesus <

    Jim

  7. Sheila Seniff

    Thank you very much for this insight. I did not know where to start and how to share the Gospel to the Muslims. I am continuing to talk to some of them on line who have adopted me as their sister or mother. And I can share with them the Bible and know I can share with them the Gospels of Matthew or Luke to start. I enjoy this burden God has put on my heart. God bless your ministries that the Lord Jesus Christ have give you to shepherd and steward over. In the grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ thank you. Sister Sheila

  8. D.D.Singh

    Dear seekers.God is ONE,and control the universe;If you want to share Gospel to our dear neighbours we have to start praying for them.secondly there is a gap in between two communities which can be filled by making Bridge through Koran Shareef,and Koran Shareef clearly speaks in Surah Yunus(Jonah)10;94;If thou wert in doubt as to what We have revealed unto thee then ask those who have been reading the Book from before thee……and in Surah Baqarah 2;136 We believe in Allah and that which is sent down to us and in what was sent down to Abraham,Ishmael,Isaac,Jacob,and the tribes;to Moses and Jesus and the Prophets from their Lord,We do not differentiate between any of them and to Him we are submissive.there are many other verses in Koran that allows Muslims to believe in prophets and people of God-We should not have the intention to convert them by our arguments,our work is to share them about Jesus and love them.

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