The Man from Gadara

The Man from Gadara The true story of Abdalla a Muslim student from the historical city of Gadara where long ago Jesus cast the demons into swine Abdalla wins a scholarship to study in America and eventually finds Jes

  • Title: The Man from Gadara
  • Author: Roland Muller
  • ISBN: 9781413426984
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • The true story of Abdalla, a Muslim student from the historical city of Gadara, where long ago Jesus cast the demons into swine Abdalla wins a scholarship to study in America, and eventually finds Jesus before returning to his home country in the Middle East But can Abdalla s new faith survive in this tough new environment Discover how God uses this young man to start pThe true story of Abdalla, a Muslim student from the historical city of Gadara, where long ago Jesus cast the demons into swine Abdalla wins a scholarship to study in America, and eventually finds Jesus before returning to his home country in the Middle East But can Abdalla s new faith survive in this tough new environment Discover how God uses this young man to start planting churches in the heart of the Muslim world Thrill to the stories of lives that have been transformed by the power of God This book offers Christians hope and understanding of how God is planting his church around the world In doing so, he is using people like the Man from Gadara.

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    2 thoughts on “The Man from Gadara

    1. Roland Muller Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Man from Gadara book, this is one of the most wanted Roland Muller author readers around the world.

    2. This was a very encouraging book. Reading about how the Lord works among the Muslims in Jordan, has inspired me to ask the Lord to work through me in the place that I am. It reads as though the book was dictated, so there are a few places where the grammar is a little strange, but that makes it feel all the more genuine and honest. It was really a great read.

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