Landmark Ministries received this testimony from a Muslim man in 2005.
[featured-image single_newwindow=”false”]My name is Mustafa Musisi, age 26. I am a son of Abdullah, the chairman of the Muslim Supreme council in Mukono district. I was born a Muslim.
Three years ago, I fell very sick. I was taken to a hospital where I received very bad news. Doctor Mugerwa a heart specialist informed me that I had a worn out valve in my heart. Instead of a valve, I had a hole in my heart.
I knew it from that day that all is finished, and I had no hope. I got so frustrated and thought of ending my life. I could not end it because I feared death.
I was given plenty of tablets to depend on every day. I had lost hope in everything.
This year (2005) while I was walking around Seeta Town, I heard the sound system. People were singing. I thought perhaps there was a product promotion going on. I got much disappointment to find out that it was the born again.
Well, since I was tired and had no energy, I decided to sit and wait.
Amuzungu (Blake Mullins) who they said was from America came on the platform and preached. I was moved by the words he preached. After the preaching, they called for the people to receive Christ. I did not come but decided to attend the meeting until the end.
I attended the rest of the meetings without even failing one. I remember it was Saturday I came forward to give my life to Jesus. I felt that was my last chance. I was prayed for.
I tell you brother, since that day I stopped depending on medicines. The first time in my life to feel happy. I slept the way, I had never slept before. I joined Healing Springs Church, and I am a very happy and healed man.
[shareable]I’m done with the Muslim religion. Jesus Christ is now my King. ~ Mustafa Musisi[/shareable]
In 2006, Landmark Ministries added this statement to Mustafa’s testimony.
Brother Mustafa gave his life for his faith. We will miss him very much! He leaves behind a daughter who we are supporting through the ministry. He kept the faith until the end.
Gyebaleko, (Well, done.)
Brother Blake Mullins