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Iraqi Christian Miraculously Survives Being Burned Alive By ISIS 3 Times And Sees Jesus In Vision

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Iraqi Christian Miraculously Survives Being Burned Alive By ISIS 3 Times And Sees Jesus In Vision

An Iraqi Christian experienced a series of miracles and even had an encounter with Jesus when the terror group, ISIS, persecuted him for his faith and even tried to burn him alive three times!

The man, a Yazidi, recounts his distressing story in a documentary, “Heart and Hands: Iraq,” by Sean Feucht, the head of a non-profit called Light A Candle Project, and Bethel Music.

Speaking to Fox News, Feucht said, “The Yazidis… were really targeted by ISIS for genocide…they were raped, they were beaten, they were executed. ISIS didn’t even want to imprison them, they just wanted to kill them, wipe them off the map.”

The Iraqi Christian man says in the middle of persecution and torment, Jesus appeared to him in a dream.

The Iraqi Christian man says in the middle of persecution and torment, Jesus appeared to him in a dream.

In a preview of the documentary, the unnamed man being interviewed by Feucht revealed that the ISIS pressured him to convert to Islam.

However, the man says in the middle of persecution and torment, Jesus appeared to him in a dream.

“Thanks be to God for that. He spoke to me…[but] I cannot tell you what He said. It’s a promise between me and Christ.” he said.

He continued, “I asked Jesus one thing. And He answered me.”

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Further on in the interview, the man revealed that when ISIS found out he was a follower of Christ, they stoned him. “They were hitting me with big rocks on my body. The stones were fine, not affecting me.” he said.

After stoning him, ISIS members drenched him in 20 gallons of gasoline. But even though he was burned alive three times, he said he somehow survived unharmed, crediting his survival to Jesus.

“And they burned me, but I didn’t burn,” he said.

Feucht says he believes he is called to the most persecuted, closed, dark, marginalized places to spread the word of God. He also said he is encouraged by the growth of the church in Iraq, China, and India, 3 countries where it’s most difficult to be a Christian, according to persecution watchdog Open Doors USA.

“Our team’s in Iraq right now, and the U.S. State Department just sent out this notification that said ‘All US personnel leave Iraq’ and all the NGOs left but our guys are still there. We were there through ISIS. We’ve been there through the worst of the worst. Everyone thought we were crazy. Right as everyone was leaving, we came in, and because of it, we have a thriving, flourishing project there.” Feucht said.

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