Aideen Strandsson, an Iranian actress, rejected her Muslim faith after seeing a video of Muslims brutally stoning a woman to death. She then had a life-changing dream about Jesus. "I had a dream about Jesus, and I remember He was sitting near me and He took my hand," she said.
In Iran, where it can be deadly to convert to Christianity, Aideen kept her conversion largely a secret. But when she came to Sweden, she requested a public baptism. She said, "I wanted to be baptized in public because I wanted say 'I am free,' 'I am a Christian,' and I wanted everyone to know about that." Iranian intelligence most likely knows now, too. She's already gotten threats from Muslims on social media.
"I think about that dream I had in Iran, about Jesus, and I still think, He is watching me…He will help me."
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