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The torn veil : the story of Sister Gulshan Esther

Author: Gulshan Esther, Sister.; Thelma Sangster
Publisher: Fort Washington, Penn. : C.L.C. Books, 1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Born to a prominent orthodox Muslim family, crippled from infancy and severely restricted, then losing her father while in her late teens--her world had come to an end. But Gulshan Esther is a living testimony to a power that can break through every barrier. She continued reading the Holy Quran, the only holy book allowed her. Then God answered her desperate search for healing in a miraculous way that left her with  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gulshan Esther, Sister.; Thelma Sangster
ISBN: 0875084737 9780875084732
OCLC Number: 20604931
Description: 155 pages ; 18 cm
Responsibility: as told to Thelma Sangster ; with Noble Din interpreter.

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Born to a prominent orthodox Muslim family, crippled from infancy and severely restricted, then losing her father while in her late teens--her world had come to an end. But Gulshan Esther is a living testimony to a power that can break through every barrier. She continued reading the Holy Quran, the only holy book allowed her. Then God answered her desperate search for healing in a miraculous way that left her with no doubts of his eternal love for her through Christ, whom she first came to know through reading the Sura Maryam in her Urdu translation of the Quran, and to whom she directed her earnest prayers for healing.

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