Jesus Filled The Void
Pakistan and Afghanistan have begun to experience the light of Christ breaking barriers.
Hundreds of thousands of Muslims and Hindus have begun watching Gawahi Christian-based Television and are requesting to learn more about Jesus.
In partnership with The Pocket Testament League,
50,000 Gospels of John in the Urdu and Farsi languages were recently printed in country
and distributed throughout Pakistani border cities.
Umar, a member of the extremist Islamic wing in Kandahar, smuggled drugs and ammunition to Pakistan and took part in oppressing those who weren’t followers of Islam.
But Umar still had a big void in his life.
Frustrated because he wasn’t receiving answers that satisfied him,
Umar began to secretly tune into and watch Gawahi Christian TV.
He began to hear answers to his questions that were satisfying his soul. He developed a strong desire to read the Holy Book of Essa (Jesus). Separating himself from Islam, Umar and his family migrated to Pakistan and made contact with the evangelistic team helping Afghan refugees get food. It was here Umar met Jesus through reading His Holy book in the pocket Gospel of John.
Since then, I have taken 100 Gospels of John to my tribe members who are also refugees.
Now I know that even if my tribe were to kill me, I am going to spend eternity with Jesus.
Reading the Gospel of John gave me hope in life and filled the void.
Umar in Pakistan