In a Dream, My Family in Iraq Met the Man in White - Hope 103.2

In a Dream, My Family in Iraq Met the Man in White

Iraq is known for having one of the oldest continuous Christian communities in the world, yet it’s not easy to practice Christianity there.

By Ben McEachenThursday 22 Dec 2022Hope MorningsFaithReading Time: 1 minute

Amin vividly remembers the night that changed his life.

Not just his life but also his mother and sister.

Living in their homeland of Iraq, Amin had been questioning the prevailing religion of Islam he grew up in.

Amin was confused about why Allah only communicated in Arabic and no other language.

If God is actually real, Amin knew what it would take for him to believe.

He put out the challenge: Show yourself to me.

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As Amin told Hope Mornings from Queensland where he now lives, that very night he had a dream.

So did his mother and sister.

They all met “The Man in White”.

As Amin explained in eye-opening detail, they came to Christian faith in a country where God’s people are harassed and intimidated.

A compelling faith that Amin said Australians should tap into with increased joy, wonder and devotion.

Listen to the full interview with Amin in the player above.

Feature image: the Iraq flag has the phrase “God is the greatest” in Arabic.