The Torn Veil Paperback
The Best-selling Story of Gulshan Esther
by Gulshan Esther; Thelma Sangster;
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An autobiography to inspire your faith and prayer, The Torn Veil is a powerful story of one woman's journey into Christianity.
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The Torn Veil
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Gulshan and her father made pilgrimage to Mecca and begged Allah for healing, but it was not until her father's untimely death that Gulshan began to receive an answer. In her grief she wanted to die, but as she called out to God, for the first time in her life she sensed she was being heard. She heard a low, gentle voice say, "I won't let you die. I will keep you alive - I am Jesus, son of Mary."
As Gulshan began reading the Quran, her interest in Jesus grew, until one amazing night he appeared to her in her bedroom in a blaze of light. He restored her crippled arm and leg and taught her The Lord's Prayer. He told her to go to his people--now her people--and tell them what he had done. Since that time, and to this day, she has been a joyous, obedient disciple of Christ.
The Torn Veil is an amazing story of faith and determination.;This moving autobiography was first published in 1984 and has sold over 200,000 copies worldwide.
The Torn Veil by Gulshan Esther;Thelma Sangster was published by Zondervan in February 2004 and is our 2707th best seller. The ISBN for The Torn Veil is 9780310256885.
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|Page last updated||19th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Gulshan Esther;Thelma Sangster|
|Publisher||Zondervan (February 2004)|
|Number of Pages||160|