Thursday, February 10, 2011

Miracles Among Muslims ~ The Jesus Visions

Miracles Among Muslims:
The Jesus Visions

by Christine Darg

From the back cover:
Christine Darg, a dreamer in the tradition of biblical Daniel and Peter, heard the voice of God tell her in a dream to go to to an Arabian city where the Holy Spirit was moving in Revival. What could she do but head there? Miracles Among Muslims chronicles her amazing encounters with dreams and visions in this current move of God, and also some of the startling visions she herself has experienced in the Middle East and throughout the world.

In remarkable ways, and on a seemingly unprecedented scale in fulfillment of Bible prophecy, the Lord is showing Himself alive (Acts 1:3). Miracles Among Muslims is an extraordinary account of signs and wonders in the Muslim world.

For many centuries of desert like dryness in the Middle East, the word of the LORD was precious. There was no open vision. But suddenly, in the fullness of time, the spiritual scenario in the Middle East has changed. He is also fulfilling His promise to Abraham that Ishmael might live! Dreams and visions are some of the primary ways the Lord is communicating His gospel to the children of Abraham: "And afterward, I will pour out My Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions" (Joel 2:28 NIV).
Chapters include:
  1. "Not by Might, nor by Power, but by My Spirit!"
  2. Miracles in the Holy Land
  3. Let Ishmael Live!
  4. Multitudes Reaching for Jesus
  5. Jesus Heals and Delivers in Dreams and Visions
  6. Glory in Egypt
  7. Signs and Wonders in Iraq and Jordan
  8. Adventures Through Dreams
  9. Jesus Appears in Arabia
  10. Lessons from Jesus' Visitation in Arabia
  11. More Signs, Wonders and Miracles
  12. Biblical Dreams and Visions
  13. How to Discern if a Vision or Dream is from God
  14. Revival Epilogue
"This book shows what happens when you follow the voice of our Lord." ~ The Reverend Canon Andrew White, President of the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East

2 comments:

prodigalthought.net said...

Hey.

Just wanted to also let you know that a colleague and I have a blog called, To Be Continued. Our focus is to put forth a solid biblical, theological and historical case for continuationism. You can find it at http://continuationism.com.

Thanks

prodigalthought.net said...

Hey.

Just wanted to also let you know that a colleague and I have a blog called, To Be Continued. Our focus is to put forth a solid biblical, theological and historical case for continuationism. You can find it at http://continuationism.com.

Thanks