Islam grows in Europe while Jesus stir up Africa

While Islam is growing in Europe, Jesus the Messiah catch millions of Muslims in Africa.

Muslims in Africa is brought to repentance, and to faith in Jesus as Lord and God.

In January 2012, Gatestone Institute, an international policy council and think tank, reported that more than one hundred thousand converts to Islam reside in the UK alone.

France is rapidly catching up with its neighbor, listing some 70,000 new adherents of the religion; with Spain and Germany also witnessing a wave of conversions as 50,000 and 20,000 people (respectively) adopted Islam in the past several years.

Currently counting some 1.6 billion people worldwide, the population of Muslims is expected to increase by about 35 per cent in the next 20 years, totaling 2.2 billion by 2030.

In twenty years’ time, experts estimated, the US will be home to some 6.2 million Muslims (compared to 2.6 million in 2010), whereas Europe will have 58.2 million, up from 44.1 million.

Yet the report concluded that the expected growth is explained primarily by high fertility rates among Muslims, immigration to the Americas and Europe, as well as an increase in life expectancy rather than conversion.

Nevertheless, despite the noteworthy statistics, Islam’s spread pales in significance when compared to the numbers leaving the religion for Christianity.

The issue was first raised in 2003 by Qatar’s news channel Al-Jazeera, which aired an interview with Sheikh Ahmad Al Katani, the president of The Companions Lighthouse for the Science of Islamic Law, a Muslim preacher-training center in Libya.

“Every year, 6 million Muslims become Christians [in Africa alone],” said the man, believed to be an expert on evangelization and Christianization.

“What used to be a majority religion is now turning into minority,” complained the cleric, pointing a blaming finger at the western missionaries, who take advantage of people’s poverty and ignorance to lure them into a new religion.

Source: Messianic Magazine, Israel Today

My comment:

It is a great irony, that Post-Christian Europe embrace the wicked and totalitarian ideology of Islam, while Muslims in their millions leave this falsehood.

God of the Bible explains, that He will leave those who reject His son alone. They will be handed over tot serve the devil, and they will perish.

Unlike the citizens of Europe, Muslims in Africa have never heard the gospel. When they hear the truth, their soul rejoice. The Holy Spirit cut their hart, and they accept Yeshua as Lord and God.

The Bible explains that a man who know the Word of God, but do not do as it says, is a fool.  There are tens of millions of fools in Europe.

James 1:22-24
 Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says. Anyone who listens to the word but does not do what it says is like a man who looks at his face in a mirror and, after looking at himself, goes away and immediately forgets what he looks like.

The Bible also explains that a man who serve God, but turns away, will perish. The good He did will be deleted by his acceptance of sin and wickedness.

 Ezekiel 3:20
“Again, when a righteous man turns from his righteousness and does evil, and I put a stumbling block before him, he will die. Since you did not warn him, he will die for his sin. The righteous things he did will not be remembered, and I will hold you accountable for his blood.

Truly, the end times is a huge challenge for all of us.

Written by Ivar  

18 thoughts on “Islam grows in Europe while Jesus stir up Africa

    1. Dear aidi

      Shalom, and love in Yeshua.

      I have to inform you that is is not allowed to publish external links from the comment field of this blog.

      The reason for this limitation, is that I do not want anyone being deceived. On this site Jesus shall be honored as the King of the Jews, eternal God and the savior of mankind. Anyone claiming there are other ways to salvation but His blood, will have to try to link up their deceptive messages somewhere else.

      1. okay,
        i’m sorry that i’ve been inappropriate..

        But, i think if you want to build your empire in this earth you have to recognise ur enemy..

        I think ur king in the heaven wanted u to be intellectual, and to to make people believe in ur faith, u have first know what people believe in

      2. Dear aidi.

        Shalom.

        Please do not say sorry. You did not do anything wrong.

        People who search for information on Islam, can easily google and read. But not from this site.

        I am responsible to my Lord, for every link that is set up from His blog.

  1. Greetings, this article is great, as a believer in Jesus i also try to warn others about islam and how satanic it is, so you and i do agree on that.
    But i must ask you why you posted this?

    Ezekiel 3:20
    “Again, when a righteous man turns from his righteousness and does evil, and I put a stumbling block before him, he will die. Since you did not warn him, he will die for his sin. The righteous things he did will not be remembered, and I will hold you accountable for his blood.

    It does not apply to our salvation now because jesus came and did fulfil the law, we are NO LONGER under the law, though we are to obey it because of the appreciation we have for him saving us from our sins, i’m not saying that one should go out and sin but i am saying that those of us who have accepted the messiah, jesus are sealed forever.

    1. Dear Terry.

      Shalom.

      Here I have to disagree with you.

      If someone ask me if its permitted to lie, and I say “yes”, I have deceived this person. It is my duty to warn him, that God of the Bible brand this as a sin.

      You might not be called to go and tell strangers. but if you are asked: Stand for the truth.

      If I do evil, I will have to pay. To do evil, is a planned sin. Not a mistake. If I continue in a (planned) life of sin, I risk my salvation.

      I am called to know the truth, and not perish because of my lack of knowledge. And my rejection of the truth.

      1. Greetings again, did i say that it is permitted to lie, cheat, steal, murder or do any other thing? i did say that we don’t loose our salvation, once you accept the Lord Jesus as you’re saviour, it’s for eternity, do we still sin after that? yes we do that is why we must ask forgivness But we do not loose our salvation

        Ephesians 1:13-14:

        13 In whom ye also trusted, after that ye heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation: in whom also after that ye believed, ye were sealed with that holy Spirit of promise,

        14 Which is the earnest of our inheritance until the redemption of the purchased possession, unto the praise of his glory.

        1 Peter 1:3-5:

        3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which according to his abundant mercy hath begotten us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead,

        4 To an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven for you,

        5 Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time.

        The above verses tell us that we can’t loose our salvation because we have been sealed, now if God puts his seal on us, how can anyone break it? not even we can.

      2. Dear Terry.

        Shalom.

        I could sometimes wish no one who claim to know Jesus, can loose their salvation.

        I believe I can.

        Everyone can commit a mistake. To miss the mark, is to sin. To do a mistake, is not evil. That is human. But to accept sin or to plan a life in sin, is evil. If I do that, Jesus might let me walk away.

        If we admit our mistakes, I am sure no one can snatch us out of the hands of Jesus. But the Messiah spoke about people, who will give up their faith. You can not give up, something you never had.

        Matthew 13:20-21

        The one who received the seed that fell on rocky places is the man who hears the word and at once receives it with joy. But since he has no root, he lasts only a short time. When trouble or persecution comes because of the word, he quickly falls away.

        Matthew 24:10
        At that time many will turn away from the faith and will betray and hate each other.

        When you turn away from the faith, you have obviously been on the right track.

        A saved man still needs to watch his steps.

      3. ~~>You can not give up, something you never had. <~~ Sad to say this is a major area many brethren depend on..that they will not see any tribulation areas in their life and/or any thing they do or say will not jepordize their salvation <~~~ This too was taught to them from the Pulpit

      4. Ivar

        John 6:39
        And this is the Father’s will who has sent me, that of all that he has given me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up again at the last day.

        Are you telling us that Jesus can lose you? Then you are saying he isn’t omnipotent!

        Are you telling us that the eternal life he gave you isn’t ETERNAL? Then you are preaching another Gospel.

      5. Phil Mayo

        Shalom, and love in Jesus.

        I do not understand how you read my comment, relacted of the topic of walking away from faith. But I can confirm that in the Pentecostal Chrismatic cicles, there is a lot of herecic stuff told and widly distributed. The Father will loose none, IF we decided to stay put. But Jesus the Messiah created with a free will, and we can freely walk away. Both into deception, and away from Him.

        Did you get it?

  2. Ahhh.. \o/ With hands lifted to The Lord…with praises for His Wonderful Love…Thank you for sharing the Glorious News of our Lord’s work in Africa….that truly blesses my heart! †

  3. So refreshing is this article thanks to God for moving across Africa. How glorious His Word.
    Oh, what a day that will be! When my Savior I shall see. When I look upon His face, the one who saved me by His Grace. Then He’ll take me by the hand, and lead me to the Promised Land, What a day, glorious day that will be……this is the blessed hope.

  4. Dear, Ivar,

    Thank you for the article. I live in the west Balkans where we have a muslim minority and I recently had an online debate with a couple of muslims related to islam and christianity. One of the things/arguments they kept on menitoning was that so many christians (and others) are converting to islam and thus it shows that islam is the right faith. At the time I didn’t know any numbers on muslim conversion to christianity, but merely said that I know ex muslims that are now christians and that the point is not who has more followers, but who has the power to save and that is only Jesus. Nevertheless, it is good to know about what is trully happening in the world and it is always encouraging to hear of people being saved.

    God bless

    1. ~~> it is good to know about what is trully happening in the world and it is always encouraging to hear of people being saved. God bless <~~~
      Amen !!! So refreshing !

  5. I wish all those reports about Africa would be true. When Christianity first conquered Europe it changed the whole continent for the better. As a result of the spread of Christianity schools, hospitals, aged care facilities and many other institutions that were benefiting most Europeans were build all over Europe. Social justice emerged and corruption declined. But in Africa it is the exact opposite. Politicians that claim to be Christians are even more corrupt than many non-christian Politicians (typical example was Zaire) If Christianity was truly as widespread in Africa as we are led to believe it would turn the whole continent upside down but unfortunately the opposite is the case. Africa is the most corrupt continent and one of the most dangerous place on earth today. The many millions of christian conversions (as we have been told) seem to have had very little impact on the life of most Africans. The continent remains impoverished and totally corrupt.
    When Jesus truly becomes a reality in someones life, that persons life will not be the same again. If Jesus would become a reality on a continent on such a massive scale that continent would emerge from its poverty and shed its corruption and become a shining witness for the power of Christ.
    I believe as Christians we have a responsibility to speak the truth and not deceive anyone about false facts otherwise our whole message will be discredited as well.
    God bless you
    Wolf

  6. my apologies, I meant Zambia and not Zaire. President Chiluba turned out to be even more corrupt than his non-christian predecessors

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