I feel like something is shifting in our outreach to Arab muslims. Because we "temples of the Holy Spirit" (1 Cor. 6:19), I have always believed that our very presence amongst muslims should be apparent. We carry something that Islam doesn't have. This has been something we have prayed and I think that this is something we are beginning to see happen. For example, I've gotten to the women in a muslim Bedouin family. I have prayed for them on several occasions and both the mother and her adult daughter were healed in Jesus' Name. The last time time I went to visit, a relative was there and all of sudden the two women who had been healed, tell their visitor that I will pray for her and she will get healed. They urge the other muslim woman to come sit next to me without even giving her a choice. It was like they forced her! She had a lot of pain in her arm and I prayed for her and released God's Kingdom in the Name of the Jesus the Messiah. She looked really shocked as she could feel something going on in her arm (excessive heat). I told her that it was sign that God was healing her.
Once the woman left, they told me, "every time you come to visit, something good happens to us" and proceeded to give example after example. They were asking for my advice and counsel. I prayed with them for guidance about a specific matter. However, what is the most shocking is that they are looking to a Christian as the one who prays and people healed, who seeks God and receives answers and/or wisdom – it is truly that they are recognizing the presence of God in my life. On a couple of occasions these muslim women have gotten up in the middle of a visit come over to me and hugged me announcing how much they love me. I've been in ministry to muslim women for over 20 years now and I have never seen this kind of response. We are praying for the Kingdom to come and God is answering this prayer.