The incredible story of Hanna Shahin, a Palestinian boy raised in the old city of Jerusalem who was saved and transformed by the grace of God, then empowered to become a leading Christian broadcaster and an instrument of healing and redemption in the war-torn Middle East....
|Title||:||My Enemy... My Brother: God's Grace in the Life of a Palestinian|
|Number of Pages||:||191 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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My Enemy... My Brother: God's Grace in the Life of a Palestinian Reviews
The life of Hanna Shahin has taken many twists and turns. It is an amazing story of a man born into a desperately poor family in a Palestinian village in the north of Israel. He surely never dreamed that God would take him from a Catholic orphanage in Jerusalem, save him at a little Baptist church in Jerusalem, and then, when his family's lives were spared by Israeli soldiers in 1967, call him into full-time service to God. Surely God's hand has been on Hanna his entire life, and his testimony is dynamite. This is a fascinating story, and it has much application to the Middle East of today. There are lessons Hanna learned which all Christians can benefit from. This is a book of hope because it shows what can happen when an ordinary young man dedicates himself to a lifetime of serving God. It's a quick read but a book I didn't want to put down. I would give the story five stars, but the writing is pretty prosaic, so I didn't think it could be rated higher than three stars.
My dad gave me this book - the story of a Pakistani man who becomes a Christian. On chapter 4 or 5. Interesting so far, especially since I've read a lot of books about the Muslim world recently.The huge value in this book is the author's redefining of what it means to be a Christian. It doesn't mean you convert to Christianity. It means you know Christ. You've encountered Him and His power, and it doesn't matter what your cultural religion is. It's a great book for Western Christians to read.
I bought this for my brother's Christmas present--and then had to read it first. It wasn't what I expected, but that isn't all bad. :)I look forward to writing thorough review in the future.
beautifully shared experience wasnt that great of a read but the humble and simplistic words truly captured me and informed me more about the middle east