Ferensheteh knew her conversion was dangerous deadly even, but not having Christ in her heart was deadly.
Her father a radical zealot, who believed in surpressing women at all costs, would certainly cause her grief, most likely she had written her own death sentence.
But she could not hide her conversion from everyone, she had to share the love of Christ with everyone she met.
She knew that telling others about Christ was a dangerous thing to do, but somehow she also knew that this was what the Lord had planned for her.
She could not be surpressed any longer. She would die for Christ if she had to, but she would not hide underneath, extremists lies and propaganda.
She would not be known simply as the daughter of Mohammed, a descendant, from the great prophet Mohammed, no she was a child of Christ.
They called the Bible a pack of lies, but that was the Koran not the Bible.
Ferensheteh refused to live behind the lies anymore. If she did not get to America, she would surely die, but at least she would die for something she believed in. She would die for Christ.
Couldn't she at least sacrifice herself because Christ sacrified her?
To Be Continued...