Carrie Gaul / True Woman
I was standing on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem when Jesus first began, in a significant way, to share with me His love for Muslim women.
For years, my nightstand has held books recounting the unprecedented ways God is moving today in the Muslim world. But that day on the Temple Mount, it was as though I saw Muslim women for the first time as real people. And I found myself being drawn toward them.
I didn’t want to preach at them or run from them. I simply wanted to be with them. I wanted to hear their stories. I longed to bridge the cultural, religious, and language barriers that separated us and whisper, “I’m so glad you were created! I’d love to hear your story—your hopes and dreams. The places of joy and sorrow you’ve known. I want to be with you.”
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