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Rabbiya wrote:

Hi, guys —

My name is Rabbiya. I am a Muslim but my full hope is in Christianity. I have a Bible on my smart phone and I read it daily. I listen to Christian songs. I pray daily. It's like I am totally converted but, I am just 18 years old and don't want my parents to know about this because they would send me out of our home.

Please help me. I can't let anyone at home know that I do all these things, but at the same time I want to praise the Lord. I want to celebrate each and every Christmas in the upcoming years. And one more question.

  • Is loving someone a wrong thing?
  • Is it wrong to love someone from another faith?

He is a Christian too and his mom accepted me.

Please do answer me and pray for me.


  { What does a Muslim do, who loves Christianity, but whose parents will not tolerate another faith? }

Bob replied:


God bless you for your courage and openness to listen to His call.

Your situation is very difficult because many Muslim families do punish any family member that would convert.

Perhaps you and your boyfriend can marry at some point and you can live with him, but until you move away you should probably not tell your family.

We will pray for you.


Bob Kirby

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