Imagine you are living in a land where you only have the freedom to follow one state religion; where to follow another church or religion would mean death. Imagine that knowing a change in your religious status would end life as you know it, but you are still willing to seek the Truth, even if it means reading a forbidden book: the Bible.
Which None Can Shut is a fascinating look at what is happening in the Muslim world right now as all over the globe, the Lord God is revealing Himself to Muslims, through dreams and visions, through foreign neighbors who may have a Bible with them, and through other sources.
A couple of years ago, our family attended a missions conference that focused on working with the Muslim world. Amazing stories were related from various Christian pastors and missionaries from Muslim countries who were regularly having Muslims come to them, asking to study the Bible, without the Christians having to go seek those who were wanting to know the Truth.
Since that conference, I've wanted to know more about this recent change in some Muslim communities around the world. When I saw that Tyndale had recently published a book that described more about this new trend, I wanted to read and review it and share more about the book with you.
Which None Can Shut is "authored" by Reema Goode, although the author's real name has been changed to protect her life.
Kelsi and I both read this book, and we were fascinated at how easy it has been for this particular family to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with many Muslims. While they don't hand out tracts and go door-to-door or hold large rallies or anything like that, it is obvious that the Lord is at work even behind closed doors in many of these countries.
Which None Can Shut is not a lengthy, scholarly research manual. It is a 164-page narrative of numerous interactions between this missions-minded family and many Muslim families with which they have become acquainted. You will find some humorous stories here, and also many that are almost unbelievable. The Lord is opening many hearts within the Muslim world.
Which None Can Shut is a keeper. I'm not going to give this book away, nor donate to my church library (sorry, church family!). If you are interested in reading this book and you live locally, I might let you borrow it. It's a quick read, and fascinating. I just love reading about the miracles of the Lord, in our day and age!
Which None Can Shut is on my "highly recommended" list!
Disclosure: Tyndale House Publishers provided me with a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of sharing with you a review of it. No other compensation was provided.
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