"He said, 'I am the God of the Christians.' And He said, 'I am the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.'" -Nasir Siddiki
In an incredible account of miraculous healing and redemption, Nasir Siddiki shared his testimony with Charisma News, recently, reminding Believers that "love never fails," and that it will prevail in every situation.
Siddiki was a Muslim businessman when he broke out in a life-threatening case of shingles back in 1987. His blisters spread from his forehead down the side of his face, neck and on his shoulders. His ear became deformed with the extremely painful virus, and his temperature raged at 107.6 degrees.
At the time, Toronto General Hospital in Canada—where Siddiki lay fighting off death—called it the worst case of shingles in the hospital's history. (Photo: Siddiki before and after healing/CharismaNews)
Siddiki told Charisma News how he—on the verge of death—cried out to Muhammad; with silence his only answer. Alone and afraid, he remembered some of the stories he'd heard about the prophet Jesus, and prayed, "God if You're real, don't let me die."
According to the report, Siddiki was passionate as he described the One who suddenly entered his hospital room, "It was the outline of a Person. I couldn't see the facial features because there was so much light shining from this Person."
"This Person spoke without opening Their mouth . . . He said, 'I am the God of the Christians.' And He said, 'I am the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.'
Siddiki stated emphatically, "It was Jesus Christ."
That night his shingles virus went into remission—astounding the doctors—and he was soon released from the hospital.
Siddiki still had questions about who Jesus really was, but the next day, the Lord answered those queries with yet another miracle . . .
"I remember Sunday morning I woke up at 6 o'clock in the morning, walked over to the television—I don't know why I did that—turned on the television and right on the screen it said, 'Is Jesus the Son of God?' Coincidence? I don't think so. Alone in my living room, in front of the television set in tears, I asked Jesus to be the Lord of my life. The fact that He would heal a Muslim on a Friday and save him on a Sunday talks about how great His love and His mercy is."
Siddiki urges fellow Believers to pray for Muslims, and that it is the love of God that "never fails" that will penetrate a Muslim's heart more than anything.
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