Ramadan Mubarak! Ramadan Kareem!

To all my Muslim friends in the U.S.A. and around the world, I wish you “Ramadan Mubarak!” “Ramadan Kareem!”

As you pray, fast, make duaa, read or recite the Qur’an, give to the poor and do other deeds of kindness and generosity in the next 30 days, these are my prayers of blessing for you:

*** In your prayers, may God come near and reveal to you all that He is.
*** In your fasting, may God teach you His compassion for the poor.
*** In your reading/reciting, may God reveal His truth to you.
*** In your repentance, may you discover the meaning & miracle of grace.
*** In your good deeds, may you experience the joy of God.
*** In your dreams, may you see Jesus in all his beauty.

I pray these things for you. I pray them for me. I pray them for all people.

This is my passion.

I love you, dear Muslim people.

I dearly love you.

Ramadan Mubarak!

Ramadan Kareem!

12 thoughts on “Ramadan Mubarak! Ramadan Kareem!

    • Shahdid,

      I appreciate that you simply took time to read my post.

      I understand “Allah” to be the Arabic word used by both my Arab Muslim and Arab Christian friends when they speak of the Creator.

      My language – of course – is English, so I use the English word “God.”

      It is not my intention to offend but merely to pass on my best thoughts and prayers for you during Ramadan.

  1. Thank you Mark šŸ™‚
    *Shahid: the word (Allah) is in arabic, and once Mark is writing in English he has to write it in English (God)…
    yes, all arab Jewish and Christians when they say God in Arabic they say (Allah) since there is no word exist in the arabic lanquage for God except than (Allah) but the english one is (God).
    Ramadan Kareem

  2. Thank you for the well wishes Mark. It’s getting tougher every year and your genuine support is great inspiration. Giving me the focus to make it these next couple of hours!


  3. Dear Brother Mark… I was at church this morning and was blessed by your words and your demonstrated love for the Muslim people. I pray that God would use me to be a model of love and kindness toward those He would put in my path. Blessings to you.

    • Sandy,

      Dear sister in Christ, thanks so much for your kind words. Yes, I love the Muslim people so much! It is a love that He put in my heart in 2006 while being in Dearborn, Michigan and seeing so many people from the Middle East.

      I believe God has brought immigrant Muslims here to the States to see the love of Jesus demonstrated through Christians who lay aside fear, prejudice, anger, and suspicion.

      May God use you to model His love and kindness and give you “divine appointments” with Muslim people.

      Let’s tear down walls and build bridges! Let’s truly love the Muslim people around us!

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