“While working in Saudi Arabia, my house was visited by one of my colleagues, Arun. He was an electrical engineer from India, a Hindu who lived in Dallas, Texas, for 35 years. While sitting in my living room, he noticed books on Islam, especially The Traditions of Mohammad. He asked, ‘If you’re a Christian, why do you keep these books?’ He told me that he had read all nine volumes of The Traditions of Mohammad.
“I was surprised! These were expensive and not easily accessible items in the market. Adding to my surprise, Arun told me of his Lebanese neighbour in Texas who had purchased this set of books and given them to Arun as a gift for Christmas.
“‘Have you ever read the Bible?’ I asked Arun.
“‘No,’ he replied. ‘Nobody has ever given me one.’
"Why is it that on Christmas Eve, this Muslim, a foreigner, found a gift of his sacred books, bought them and gave them as a present to a Hindu neighbour, while no one has presented a single Bible to the Hindu neighbour in 35 years. He was overlooked by people who had been given the Great Commission."
Khurram Kham, “The Comprehensive Commission” in Issues in Christian Education 34/3 (Winter 2000) 4.