Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Because they are also loved.

There are the people who daily are fasting then celebrate right now.

I must remember that they are loved by God and He desires that they know their Savior.

These pictures helped me to do that.

Take a look by clicking on the link.

I think you will see what I mean.


Sara said...

Amen to that! Thank you for sharing the photo link....

A good book: Islam and the Jews, by Mark A. Gabriel, with some really excellent prayer points in the Epilogue.

Vicki said...

Thank you for this. Taking a serious look at the "other side" of Ramadan was brought home to me on Tuesday. I've been going to the same hair stylist for over a year now. I knew she was native Eastern European, but I'm ashamed to admit that - until two days ago - I knew nothing about her faith. In the conversation, it came up that she is Muslim, and she explained what Ramadan meant to her and her family, and described her family's traditions. What an eye-opener for me.

Yes, God loves all His people - Jewish, Gentile, Muslim - and knowing Him and accepting His gift of His Son...His gift of what He desires for us all, each and every one.