Everyone desires to be loved. We look for love from parents, siblings, and friends. But, the most important thing is if Allah loves and accepts us.
Did you know Allah loves you even when you feel like you aren’t loved by anyone?
The following is a story of how Allah’s love completely changed a Muslim woman’s life. She searched everywhere and finally found Allah’s love after reading the Holy Books. What’s her story?
Longing for My Parent’s Love
When I was young, I felt that my parents didn’t love me. Why? Because I was the middle child.
I longed for my parents’ affection. I tried hard to do well in school to earn my parent’s love.
My relationship with my parents was fine until I chose to study Biology and pursued medical school. But they were disappointed I wanted to be a doctor. I failed to earn their love.
Have you ever experienced something like this? Please share here.
Searching for Love in Religion
Majoring in Biology gave me the desire to know Allah. For two years, I faithfully read the Quran, fasted during Ramadhan, prayed five times a day and did good deeds. But after those two years, I felt sad and disappointed because I still hadn’t experienced Allah’s love.
During my search to know Allah, I studied Hinduism, Buddhism and Atheism. Not finding the truth, I turned to drugs and alcohol. That left me feeling even emptier and more frustrated.
One day I met some Christians, and we became friends. They often talked about Isa Al-Masih. That made me want to know more about Isa. One friend gave me the Torah, Zabur and Injil. I was curious so I started reading.
Isa Al-Masih’s Unique Teachings
After reading and studying those Holy Books, I discovered Isa Al-Masih’s teachings to be very unique.
- Allah loves me unconditionally. I don’t need work hard to earn His love.
- All my sins can be forgiven without me being punished.
- Isa is the only person to claim He is the only way to Heaven.
- Isa teaches people to love others, including their enemies.
Not only that, every time I read the Torah, Zabur, and Injil, I felt Allah’s love and peace like I’ve never experienced before. One thing I know:
“You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you . . . so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you” (Gospels, John 15:16).
Allah has chosen me and hears my prayers because he loves me. Write to us if you want to receive Allah’s love.
Allah’s Love Changed a Muslim Woman’s Life
I finally found what I was looking for my entire life—Allah’s true love. I have trusted in Isa as my Lord and Savior so my sins will be forgiven. I can finally know Allah!
My life has been completely changed. I have true peace in my heart because I know Allah loves me and will take me to heaven. Because Allah loves me, I can love others even though they are not happy I’ve become a follower of Isa.
At first, my parents were angry and ashamed that I had become a follower of Isa Al-Masih. Now, my mom loves me, and we are friends.
I want you to know that Allah loves you. Come to Isa so you can experience the unconditional love of Allah today!
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