As radicals were threatening to burn their home, Qureshi's wife asked their seven-year old daughter, 'Sameena, they are going to burn our house; are you ready?' How many Christian girls at age seven would be prepared to answer as Sameena did? 'I am, for I know we will meet in heaven.'
Raised Muslim, the son of an imam, how does a man like Qureshi end up giving his life, and those of his family, to Jesus Christ? Two words account for the great change in Qureshi's life: 'But God...' These two powerful words emphasize God's complete control of every situation for his own purpose.From his time as a religious teacher to his life as The Peanut Butter Man, Qureshi's story contains examples of how Islam responds to one of it own who turns from Islam to follow Jesus Christ. It also gives insights as to why Muslims find ideas such as the Holy Trinity, the Son of God, and the assurance of getting to heaven so offensive. As readers witness how God wonderfully used Qureshi, they will receive a wakeup call to make their lives a more effective witness for Jesus Christ. Their own faith will be strengthened as they walk with Qureshi through his many experiences in following Jesus Christ.
©2010 Russ Irwin (P)2010 Tate Publishing