(Facebook/Nabeel Qureshi) Nabeel Qureshi (right), stands with his brother in Christ Tim Tebow during the Together 2016 event in National Mall, Washington.
(Facebook/Nabeel Qureshi)
Nabeel Qureshi (right), stands with his brother in Christ Tim Tebow during the Together 2016 event in National Mall, Washington.

As a young boy, Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi did not think he would become a Christian. He was a proud Muslim and loved Islam, so there was no chance for him to convert.

But a friend of his, who was a Christian, kept debating with him about Islam and Christianity. Four years later, Qureshi realised the Christian message is true, according to The Christian Post.

“I want you to hear me on this. The only thing that gives meaning and purpose to this world is the Creator. If God did not exist, your life would be meaningless,” Qureshi, a global speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, said during the Together 2016 event last Saturday in Washington.

“You would be carbon that happens to evolve pointlessly and you will die and all your friends and family will die and this world will end and that’s it – completely meaningless,” he added. “But if God does exists, that means your life has purpose. That means you have been crafted and created for a reason here on this Earth.”

However, becoming a Christian was not easy for Qureshi. Even though he was gaining eternal salvation through Jesus Christ, Qureshi was losing his Ahmadi Muslim parents and friends.

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Czarina Ong

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