I Dared to Call Him Father: The Miraculous Story of a Muslim Woman's Encounter with God

I Dared to Call Him Father The Miraculous Story of a Muslim Woman s Encounter with God How do I give myself to God completely What happens when I do I Dared to Call Him Father is a book for everyone who has ever asked these questions It is the fascinating true story of Bilquis Sheikh a

  • Title: I Dared to Call Him Father: The Miraculous Story of a Muslim Woman's Encounter with God
  • Author: Bilquis Sheikh Richard H. Schneider
  • ISBN: 9780800793241
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • How do I give myself to God completely What happens when I do I Dared to Call Him Father is a book for everyone who has ever asked these questions.It is the fascinating true story of Bilquis Sheikh, a prominent Muslim woman in South Asia who faced these questions at the crossroads of her life and found the astonishing answers Her entire life turned upside down as a sHow do I give myself to God completely What happens when I do I Dared to Call Him Father is a book for everyone who has ever asked these questions.It is the fascinating true story of Bilquis Sheikh, a prominent Muslim woman in South Asia who faced these questions at the crossroads of her life and found the astonishing answers Her entire life turned upside down as a series of strange dreams launched her on a quest that would forever consume her heart, mind and soul.This 25th anniversary edition contains a new afterword by a Western friend of Bilquis and a new appendix on how the East enriches the West.

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    1. I know this review will disappoint some readers. It has also been suggested that when I don't like a book I need to be more specific about my reasons, so I'm going to try and do that.Firstly, though, I think there has been so much hype about this book that readers are not reading it critically enough. All of our experiences should be viewed through the lens of Scripture and anything that contradicts or distorts Scripture should be discarded. Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounte [...]

    2. What an encouragement this book is! It is the true story of a wealthy highborn Muslim lady who is living in seclusion from the world. It would seem impossible for her to find Christ, but she does, showing that God can reach anyone! I also love her whole-hearted determination to follow Christ and remain in His presence whatever the personal cost. Her desire to share the gospel in hostile circumstances is truly inspiring but also her willingness to sacrifice her comfort and convenience. She choose [...]

    3. Insightful and first-hand account of one woman's conversion from Islam to Christianity. The author is very open about the process of her transformation, and the sacrifices she was required to make as a Pakistani woman of a prestigious family. Even though the writing is elementary and slow at times, it is a short read that will open your eyes to the COST required of a woman of the East who chooses to follow Jesus. It also demonstrates the impact Western missionaries can have in Islamic countries, [...]

    4. This beautiful testimony really ignites and inspires faith.God is awe-inspiring in what ways He works!(Also loved the glimpses into Eastern culture!)

    5. I enjoy reading autobiographies about conversions so that I can understand other religions (In this case Islam.); and I enjoy reading about the moments and decisions that lead to conversion. Bilquis experienced some spiritual oppression. This negative experience led her to the Koran and eventually the Bible. She began to read the Koran and Bible side-by-side. She had a dream about John the Baptist and perfume. She had never read about John the Baptist, yet the name was vivid and clear in her min [...]

    6. This is the memoir of a lady from Pakistan who fell in love with Jesus.This book is beautifully written -- a pleasure to read. It is an excellent example of how God pursues his children in love. As a friend of mine says, “God is a gentleman. He will never force himself in where he is not wanted.” This book demonstrates that clearly, and shows how God reaches out to each of us in a tender way.Favorite quotes:“Whenever I did not feel His nearness, I knew that I had grieved Him. I would searc [...]

    7. God is mighty to save! This book is the amazing story of Bilquis, a Muslim high class Pakistani woman who met the Lord and whose life was transformed step by step. Much of what she learned at her early conversion years were from direct bible study and the dynamics of the presence of God around her. She feels this Presence go away when she does something wrong, then she backtracks on her actions, asks for forgiveness and then the Presence is restored. She had some missionary families though that [...]

    8. This book was the first biography given me, the first story I have ever heard on a Muslim converting to Christianity. Her story made me cry. She greatly impacted me.

    9. This book was a fascinating read. In telling her story of conversion from Islam to Christianity, Sheikh reveals what it is to give everything - family, friends, wealth, reputation, and personal safety - to Jesus. Her descriptions of her joy and progress in the Christian faith are encouraging and inspiring. Oh, that all Christians (myself included) might share this woman’s commitment to Christ and to seeking his presence in their lives.

    10. This book is the story of a high-born middle-aged Pakistani Muslim woman who converted from Islam to Christianity in 1966. The story describes how she came to convert to Christianity and the consequences to herself and her extended Muslim family over the next six years.The book provided a fascinating look into what life was like for Christians in Pakistan in 1966 to 1972. Pakistan is an Islam nation, but apparently the culture was fairly moderate until a change occurred in the government in 1976 [...]

    11. The autobiography of a Pakistani woman who came to know Christ, with the consequence of losing all her Muslim family relationships, being ostracized in her home town, and having eventually to leave her country. Fascinating on many levels, especially how visions played a large part in her salvation, and how having a close, very intimate relationship with her Lord was the key to her growth and usefulness. Highly recommended!

    12. The moment when the author first "dared to call Him Father" was particularly moving. She and I have mirror image experiences if God's fatherhood. She grew up with a very loving and close relationship with her father, but approaching God as Father was an alien concept to her. I grew up calling God Father, but having a loving and close relationship with a father continues to be a barely more than abstract concept to me. Either way is challenging and requires His particular kindness to overcome.But [...]

    13. I had a hard time connecting to Bilquis at the beginning because of her condescending attitude towards her servants, but her condescension came from her position as an aristocrat. I also started to question if the story was real because she used "Christianese" terms that a Pakistani wouldn't, but then I realized (view spoiler)[(1) that this book was written after she had for years recounted her story before churches and (2) that she had written this book to Christians. The best thing about this [...]

    14. Wow! Our amazing GodThis book reminded me that God seeks the lost in ways that are often quite different than what we as westerners are use to hearing of. I remember seeing and hearing of His mysterious ways while living in Africa many years ago. This book reminds me that God wants everyone to know him as Father and has given His all that we may know him intimately. This book challenges me and creates a hunger in me to truly walk so close to Him that I know when I have taken even the slightest s [...]

    15. To be honest, as I finished the book, I felt jealous. To be able to say that you feel the 'glory of God' on a regular basis be that sensitive to His spirit. I want that.Look at all she gave up and was willing to give up. We Americans sure do have it easy. And perhaps with our easy faith, we miss something. Or we must really actively seek that something.So instead of this book being 'eye opening' about Muslim culture, which the understanding of has become my personal goal, it became convicting of [...]

    16. What a great testimony! Amazing! I couldn't put it down! Enjoyed it! Very Encouraging. I have come to realize that When God works in you and changes you, He doesn't just touch you and change you but changes everything else & touches others around you! Everything God does is for His name sake To bring Glory to Almighty God.

    17. Loved this book! I couldn't put it down and read it in one sitting.So deeply moving and just as convicting. Highly recommend and not just for book club.Willing to loan out my copy but suggest you order one for yourself to keep on your book shelf and/or pass on

    18. A wonderful true story of how God miraculously saved a Pakistani aristocrat and taught her how to walk by His Spirit in the midst of a culture hostile towards Christians.

    19. I Dared to Call Him Father: The Miraculous Story of a Muslim Woman’s Encounter with God by Bilquis Sheikh is, as the subtitle indicates, the story of how an aristocratic Pakistani woman, a lifelong Muslim, became a Christian in her fifties.After her grandson recovered from an illness, she started reading the Quran, not out of duty or obligation this time, but to see if it “would help explain the events and at the same time fill the emptiness within me.” She was “impressed by its many ref [...]

    20. I Dared to Call Him Father was written by Bilquis Sheikh, for it was her story about how she, a Muslim, met the Lord and became His “daughter.” The book chronicles her life story and how she went from a high class, noble Muslim family to a devout Christian in Pakistan, a country with serious consequences for anyone who would dare to convert. She lived in the village of Wah, in a beautiful home with many servants, and spent her time caring for her grandson Mahmud. She was a meek, sincere, and [...]

    21. Fascinating and powerfully affecting. This book is a memoir and a testimony, opening a window into the life and stunning spiritual conversion of a Pakistani matriarch by the name of Madame Bilquis Sheikh. Powerful, intelligent, and wealthy, Bilquis has a regal sort of personality that grabs readers from the very start. Having retreated to her family's estate after her husband rejects and divorces her, Bilquis has become a sort of middle-aged recluse—rearing her young grandson and attempting to [...]

    22. I gained a lot of insight into Gods amazing love for everyone. He looks at the heart and reveals Himself to those who seek Him. Probably one of the earliest stories of how God reveals His redemptive love to Musilms. This story inspires me to pray for Muslims and for Australians who have never heard the gospel. Nothing is too hard for our God.

    23. This book tells the story of a true miracle. A wealthy muslim woman living in Pakistan is converted into a Christian through a series of exciting and unknown experiences. The Lord, Jesus Christ, taught her His way by using the Bible, revealing Himself in dreams, and putting other people into her life to get through to her. It's amazing to think that in a world so dangerous for her to be a practicing Christian, she still had the strength and courage to stand up for her faith, and to continue to w [...]

    24. He Loved Calling Her DaughterWhat a moving and lovely story of one woman's search for Truth over Tradition.For some reason The Spirit is leading my on a journey of reading about the livesof Muslim women (young and old) who found and accepted Jesus against greatodds and against the very real possibility of certain death if they converted and became Baptized Born Again Believers of Jesus Christ and followed the ChristianFaith in Him. Their Stories hold such a great witness factor of the love and c [...]

    25. Uplifting, amazing story of an upper-class Pakistani, nominally Muslim woman who came to know Jesus through some extraordinary circumstances -- for example, she dreamed she had dinner w/ Jesus, then dreamed about John the Baptist and asked him to take her to Jesus -- before she'd ever heard the name of John the Baptist! Once Bilquis became a believer, she exhibited great courage in staying in her predominantly Muslim community despite personal risk (she got death threats). She also had a remarka [...]

    26. Sheikh's spirtual autobiography was encouraging to read. I've enjoyed reading her encounter with God as Father. I've found in my own life the courage to speak and breathe the name of God as Abba and have found the courage to share the importance of the name. The relationship expressed through my acknowledgement of Father God has provided me strength that I didn't know that I had, peace I thought I would never experience, and an identity far beyond what I thought was possible. Sheikh's journey in [...]

    27. I'm not a fan of autobiographies. This book was in my daughters' reading list for school, and it piqued my interest. It is so very well written; interesting, informative, inspiring. We are taught that dry spells are inevitable; Bilquis Sheik didn't accept that. Her desire to stay in the glory was really eye-opening. I can honestly say that this book will have a significant impact on my walk.

    28. Quite amazing. True stories of Muslims finding Jesus always make me happy. And there is so much to learn from this one. Above all else, how to stay in God's presence at all times through childlike faith and obedience. There is also a good explanation of the differences between Eastern and Western thinking added by Bilquis's friend, a Norwegian missionary lady. 5 stars, no question.

    29. InspiringHeartwarming and inspiring. Oh to have such simple and solid faith. I wish I had known her in person. Thankful for the story and the back story by her dear friend. Written pretty well.

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