I hope you enjoy my story about how Allah gave Dawah (Guidance to Islam) to me through a Djinn almost 10 years ago which lead me to convert to Islam and I have never looked back since.
Converting to Islam was the greatest decision and most positive thing I could have done for my life, here and in the hereafter.
I was raised in a Christian household. My parents were very devout, they’re pastors, and so religion was a big part of my life growing up. I think I always felt a sense of spirituality and connection to God, but as I got older, I started to feel disconnected from my faith.
In my early 20s, I was really struggling with anxiety and negative self-talk. I felt like I didn’t have a purpose in life, and I was just really lost. And then one day, I had an experience with the Jinn. And I know that might sound strange to some people, but for me, it was a really powerful moment.
I remember feeling this presence in my room, and I was so scared. But then I heard a voice, and it told me to say the Shahada. And I didn’t even know what that was at the time, but I looked it up and I learned that it’s the declaration of faith in Islam.
After that experience, I started researching Islam and learning more about it. And the more I learned, the more I felt like this was the truth that I had been searching for. I felt like Islam spoke to me on a deep level, and it provided answers to the questions that I had been struggling with.
At first, it was really difficult for me to practice Islam because I didn’t have any Muslim friends or community. But eventually, I started meeting other Muslim women, and they were so kind and welcoming to me. They helped me learn more about Islam and supported me through the challenges of my new faith.
One of the things that really drew me to Islam was the emphasis on modesty and the hijab. And for me, wearing the niqab was a way to express that modesty and protect myself from the negative influences of the world.
Wearing the niqab can be difficult, especially in Western society where it’s not very common. But I feel like it’s a personal choice, and it’s something that brings me closer to God.
Overall, my journey to Islam has been a transformative experience. It’s helped me overcome my anxiety and negative self-talk, and it’s given me a sense of purpose and connection to God. And I’m grateful for the guidance and support of the Muslim community, which has helped me grow in my faith and feel more confident in my choice to wear the niqab.