|"A fresh understanding of Biblical prophecy from an Eastern perspective as viewed by an ex-Muslim terrorist..." |
From every area of the free world, strong evidence is reaching us of crimes and atrocities committed by Islamic fundamentalists in the name of Allah. A great many Muslims, "educated" people, and our elected leaders known about these crimes; those who do not know, do not know because they do not want to know. They do not ask questions because they are afraid of the answers. They fear the knowledge of what they are tolerating, but the ones among us who are open to seeking truth and justice know how to differentiate between criminals and their victims. The people of the civilized world now have to prove by deed where they stand; mere words will not be believed by a world that witnesses the crimes against God's people and my Christian brethren.
In the past I have sinned greatly against God's people, but because of the grace I received through Christ, I am working to rescue them from injustice.
Posted by Mrs Smith on 19th Apr 2013
We have followed Walid's message for a number of years. When we got THIS book, We took the prophetic message identities apart and continue to pass it on to many brethren. He speaks from a Bible Land perspective of the Middle East,of which we Americans are ignorant. IT IS all written in Genesis-Malachi."How can we understand the play if we don't know the actor's names?" RAVE REVIEWS!!
Posted by A D Wells on 1st Mar 2013
As a Christian, I don't want to read the Qur'an just to find out what is says. We must be careful what we feed into our minds. (One version of Mark 4:24 says "Be careful what you hear,") So it's great to read from someone who grew up learning the Qur'an and then found Jesus, and is able to quote from both the Qur'an and the Bible. The insights into Islam are, quite frankly, amazing. For example, I didn't know that the Qur'an says that Allah is "The greatest of all Deceivers" (Walid gives ~ half a dozen references). Compare this with the Bible: "God is not a man, that he should lie" (Num 23:19). Walid explains many aspects of Islam that are unknown to the vast majority of Christians. I have a Christian relative who defends Muslims by saying "they are nice people". But when you understand that Islam says that it is entirely acceptable for Muslims to lie to "infidels", and even encouraged as part of jihad, it puts an entirely different slant on things. I'm not saying all Muslims are bad; I can't - I don't know many. But Jesus said, "Be wise as serpents" (Matt 10:16), and this book is a great help in following Jesus' directive when it comes to Islam.
Posted by Michael Murray on 18th Feb 2013
Have not read more than some chapters of this unique book but already can say it is a vital source for these last days for Christians who want to be found longing and waiting for His return and be in FAITH. Remember, He wondered if He would find faith on the earth upon His return. Line upon line, a tower of understanding from which to maintain as watchmen.