Right in the Heart of Radical Islam, a Million Muslims Filled the Streets to Hear About Jesus

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In a time where fear mongers regularly target Christians radical Islam is tainting peace-loving Muslims, one brave Christian evangelist is building bridges in places so dangerous, most travelers have written them off, Well-known Bible teacher and evangelist Marilyn Hickey trusts those hazardous spots are a prolific area for planting seeds of love.

Right in the Heart of Radical Islam, a Million Muslims Filled the Streets to Hear About Jesus

The founder of Marilyn Hickey Ministries revealed about her trip to Karachi, Pakistan.

“I love Muslims and they love me,” Hickey said. “It’s beyond my imagination that we would have one million in one meeting!”
In any case, that is exactly what happened. A million Muslims filled the boulevards of Karachi to hear this 85-year-old grandma share the uplifting news about Jesus.

“Individuals may not know your name but rather Jesus does,” Hickey told the group. We asked her how the general population responded to her message.

“They clap and they get excited. Oh, yes, He knows your name, where you are, who you are, has a plan and destiny for your life. I have my Bible, Psalm 139, ‘He put you together’ and He has a divine appointment and destiny for every human being,” she said.
Dr. Hickey started her proclaiming in a little Denver church, which advanced into a global TV service that is presently connecting with the Muslim world.

“Before all of this was such a mess, God spoke to me to pray for Muslim countries. I memorized 40 countries and prayed every day for four years or more. Then God started sending me there,” she told us.

“I don’t think we should watch the news but change the news,” she added.

Hickey gives all the eminence to Jesus, and through him she says her mass social occasions have seen innumerable supernatural occurrences.

“This is a positive: the Koran says Jesus heals, so when you advertise and say come and be healed, they come to be healed,” she said.
“Don’t ask me why, they call me Mom. The Muslims call me the mother of Pakistan,” Hickey said.

“That’s God’s favor, but I don’t compromise. I tell how Jesus died for your sins, rose from dead. If you repent and believe that He will come into your heart. It is not a compromising message but a healing message for spirit, soul and bod she included.

Then, Hickey’s excursion to this outrageous Islamic locale was profound to the point that it even got the consideration of the mainstream media.