Making Disciples Who Make Disciples
Khalida belonged to a Muslim family.
When Khalida was widowed at a very young age, she didn’t know how to cope. Attempting to overcome her loneliness, she indulged in smoking, drinking, and prostitution.
She led a miserable, sinful life. Many evangelists visited Khalida to share the Gospel with her, but she never paid attention to it. She continued with her corrupt lifestyle.
One day her brother-in-law, a TTI disciple maker named Imran, visited her to declare the Gospel again. He shared 1 John 1:9: “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” This time, the verse deeply touched Khalida. The Holy Spirit worked in her powerfully, and she felt the unconditional love of Jesus in her heart. Convicted of her sins, she immediately repented of all her sinful ways and surrendered her life to Christ.
A few days later, Khalida got baptized. She now spends time in prayer every day. Imran faithfully teaches her God’s Word and guides her spiritual growth; she is so grateful to him for leading her to Christ!
Only through the Gospel could she reject her old lifestyle and become a new creation. Khalida commits to worship and serve Jesus for the rest of her life.
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