Buddha Prophesized About Jesus, His (Jesus’) Death and the Role of the Holy Spirit in a Person’s Salvation and Admission into Heaven

Buddha was born approximately 563 years before Christ, and apparently, in the Buddhist Scriptures of Cambodia, there is a prophecy regarding a “Holy One” that is to come, and which in retrospect, points to our Lord Jesus Christ and His death on the Cross!

In addition, the prophecy also points to the Holy Spirit indwelling in the hearts of the believers of Jesus Christ, sealing them for salvation and admission to heaven (Ephesians 1:13 and Corinthians 1:22) — which Buddha himself realised can in no other way be attained!

The prophecy was copied down and reproduced in a book, in which the author vouches for its authenticity:

Permission was granted to copy these Buddhist Scriptures regarding the prophecy of the Holy One (Jesus) from Wat Phra Sing in Chiang Mai Province. The person who gave permission was Phra Sriwisutthiwong in Bangkok. It is guaranteed that this copy is accurate according to the original, that there is no error in transmission, which is in the book of the district headman, the religious encyclopedia, volume 23, book #29. This inquiry was made on October 13, 1954 A.D. (Buddhist era 2497).  Phra Sriwisutthiwong is the Deputy Abbot and Director of Wat Pho Museum, Wat Pho Temple, Thailand.

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Hindu Priest Doubted Jesus and Challenged Him to Show Up. This is What Happened

Kosh Dahal was a Hindu priest from the highest caste in Nepal. He worshipped many gods, yet found no peace.

According to Godreports, a Christian evangelist showed up day after day at Dahal’s veterinary clinic in Kathmandu to share the gospel. Dahal, whose father was also a Hindu priest, told the evangelist to stop coming by, but the pesky evangelist kept showing up and talking about Jesus.

“He bothered me because I didn’t want to accept Jesus Christ. He kept coming and ministering the gospel. I kept rejecting him,” Dahal said.

“One day I got challenged. I wanted to prove that Christianity is a fake religion. Jesus can’t do anything. I will ask your Jesus – 10 minutes in the morning and 10 minutes in the evening – if He is the real God, come on and touch me and change me for 30 days.”

If Jesus didn’t respond in an undeniable way, Dahal said he would file a complaint with the police about the annoying evangelist. Nepal law prohibits proselytizing. “You will be in trouble.” he warned the evangelist. But the Christian didn’t back peddle and seemed to relish the wager.

By the third week, there was still no answer. Dahal who dutifully prayed with all sincerity warned Jesus that his time was running out.

At the end of the third week, however, the power of the one true living God struck.

“This power like a current of electricity came into me and began to run very fast,” Dahal remembered. “I was shocked. I was closing my eyes and opening my eyes, and I was very afraid. I kept saying, ‘Who is this? What’s happening to me? What’s inside of me running very fast?’”

It was an experience he had never encountered in his 30 years of worshiping the Hindu pantheon of gods.

“I was challenging Jesus,” he recounted. “Jesus sent the power. I began to say, ‘Wow. Jesus has the power,’” he said. “I believed that morning that Jesus Christ is real. He really is the God who has mighty power. He woke me up. I cried. I realized that Jesus Christ is real.”

Naturally, Dahal failed to disprove Jesus. What lay ahead of him was to honor his wager: he had promised the evangelist he would leave everything to follow Jesus.

His wife Shobah saw a dramatic change in her husband and decided to follow Jesus too. She was eased to faith when she was miraculously healed in Jesus’ name of a uterine myoma, a benign growth that might have required a hysterectomy.

The couple, with their three children, abandoned the Hindu priesthood and began evangelizing. They planted a church in Kathmandu. After some years, they left their jobs, properties and families and moved to the Philippines to study in seminary. While there, they planted five more churches.

Since 2013, they have been ministering to Nepalese in Malaysia at Kairos Nepali Church KNC.

Testimony of a Former Temple Medium and Drug Abuser (In Hokkien/Mandarin)

This audio-only testimony given by a former temple medium cum drug abuser was recorded sometime during the 90s, and in it, this brother-in-Christ shares how he got saved, of his marvellous transformation, and his miraculous healing from a painful stomach ailment.

He also explains, in some detail, the business of being a temple medium — of how the demons enter and leave the medium’s body as they please (even at the most importune time for the medium), and of how the medium does not feel any pain when the demons are controlling him to mutilate his own body.

Kindly take note that at certain parts of the testimony, the volume levels may be soft, so please adjust the audio volume accordingly.

If you enjoyed listening to this tesimony, you might also wish to listen to the testimony of another ex-medium, Vincent Liow (who was a trance medium for the Monkey God for over 10 years), which can be accessed by clicking HERE.

Moussa Koné: Finding Jesus Through The Koran

Moussa Koné is from the Ivory Coast in West Africa and was desperately searching for the assurance of salvation. Like many Muslims, he was afraid of going to hell, but was tortured by a promiscuous lifestyle and could not find freedom from the heavy chains that bound him.

Deliverance did come as Moussa received the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour through studying the Koan and by a visitation from a “supernatural being”.

He says: “I was looking for my salvation like a sick person seeks healing, but I could not find an effective remedy with the Koran even though I studied through all of the 114 suras (chapters). I examined them one by one, and there was not one that could tell me with undeniable certainty that I would go to paradise.

He searched the Korean for answers and assurance and made an amazing disocvery.

I opened my Koran to sura 2, where it says; “Say ye: We believe in God, and the revel-ation given to us, and to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and that given to Moses and Jesus, that given to (all) Prophets from their Lord; We make no difference between one and another of them: And we bow to God (in Islam).

Now, I understood: God gave His book to Moses and Jesus. The Koran was therefore telling me not to make any difference between these books and that of Muslims, and to submit myself to the will of God.

Moussa continued his meditations in the Koran and read in the fifth sura verse 46:

And in their footsteps we sent Jesus the son of Mary, confirming the Law that had come before him: We sent him the Gospel: Therein was guidance and light, and confirmation of the Law that had come before him: A guidance and an admonition to those who fear God.

Moussa was deeply touched by the fact that the Koran declared God himself gave the Gospel to Jesus, and that the Gospel is the guidance and the light for all the people.

Moussa decided to continue his research on the person of Jesus: “Koran commentators agree that ‘holy’ means ‘without sin’. In the 114 suras, I discovered that five titles are attributed to Jesus. These titles are different from those applied and are, in fact, greater than the titles of all others. He is called (1) the Messiah, and (2) the Son of Mary, because nobody knew Him to have a human father. Mohammed is called the “son of Abdallah”, but Jesus is called (3) the Apostle of God, (4) the Spirit of God and (5) the Word of God, one of those close to God, who was honoured on this earth and beyond.

In the 114 suras of the Koran, no sin is attributed to him. Adam’s sin can be found in verse 36 (in some translations) of the second sura; the sin of Moses in sura 28, and Jonah’s sin is mentioned in sura 37. In sura 40 [verse 55 according to some translations] Mohammed is commanded to ‘ask protection and forgiveness for your fault’.

I said to myself, “Even my beloved Mohammed sinned. So, how is it that Jesus never sinned? Why is He above all the other prophets?

At first Moussa was indignant and jealous for his faith, but he could not help but respect Jesus. He marvelled that Jesus lived on this earth for more than 30 years, and yet there is no mention of His sins.

During this time, some Christians approached Moussa. They claimed that Jesus was crucified and that their sins had been forgiven as a result of His sacrifice.

The Koran asserts in the third sura verse 48 (or verse 55, according to some versions), ‘God said to Jesus: I will make you taste death, I will raise you unto me.’ When I pondered that statement, ‘I will make you taste death’, I said to myself, ‘This resembles the crucifixion’. And the words ‘I will raise you unto me’ reminded me of the resurrection from the dead and Jesus’ ascension to heaven to sit at the right hand of God.”

After all these revelations, I did not know what to do. I tried to go out in the evenings but it was no longer exciting. I could not eat. I was morose because I knew I was not saved. Therefore, one evening I said, “If these trials I am going through are of God, then he should prove it to my physically. He should show me what to do. That evening, I spoke to God in Jula, my native language and not in Arabic this time. I told him this: “My father is an Imam. When I am with him, I lead the prayers. All my uncles are Imams. I am the descendant of an Imam. For that reason, I cannot abandon Islam.”

I then turned off the light but all of a sudden another light appeared in my room. Someone was there. Initially I was scared but afterwards his presence did not frighten me any longer. The Being in question approached me and placed his hand on my right shoulder. I remember that episode as though it happened only yesterday.

He spoke to me, saying that all I needed to know had already been revealed to me and it was my personal decision to either believe or not. After this, everything became dark again. I looked all over my room for this Being but I could not find him anywhere.

Eventually I knocked on the door of my neighbour, a Dane. He came out of his room, his eyes reddened by sleep. He appeared drunk. I asked him if he had been to my room a few seconds earlier. He answered, “Are you crazy? What could I have come to your room for at such a time?” I apologized to him and returned to my room. I could not sleep the whole night as I was overwhelmed by the vision.

Moussa that continued to have another vision, and his full story can be read here: http://bissettv.tripod.com/kone-eng.htm

Malaysian Ex Trance Medium Discovers Hell is Real (VIDEO)

Malaysian Vincent Liow was raised in a staunch Taoist family, and at an early age, was selected to be a trance medium for the Monkey God, which he faithfully served for 12 years.

Later in life, Liow was hospitalised due to a sudden health issue which resembled a stroke. In hospital, Liow lost consciousnes and his soul was transported to hell. While being tormented by the fires of hell, Liow called out to the deities he had served during his lifetime, but they either seemed unwilling or unable to rescue him. Relief only came when, out of desparation, he called out the name of Jesus Christ (a name he had remembered due to his having been educated in a Christian mission school), which led to the fires that surrounded him subsiding and his soul being transported out of hell to the gates of heaven. However, Liow was unable to enter heaven, and was told that his time had not come and that he had a mission to accomplish.

Liow has also published his story in a book, and for more information the book, please visit his Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/His-Amazing-Grace/389446834515052