Starting to Get Settled In

In the evening, our former driver, Rajveer, called and said that his boss’ son wanted to come for prayed.  He brought a young man named Sandeep over.  Sandeep drinks a lot and has a stomach problem.  We prayed for him and shared with him.

As soon as Sandeep left, Garima brought her son, Jayesh, for prayer.  He has a hard time concentrating on his studies.  He is easily distracted.  After prayer, I gave him a copy of our testimony and told him to read it when he got a chance.  The next day, Garima told us that Jayesh had done a 180.  She said that as soon as they got home, he had gone up to his room and read the testimony I had given him.  Then he began to study.  He studied.  And he studied.  And he studied.  Garima told us that other family members kept wondering where Jayesh was, and were shocked to hear that he was “studying.”  Garima said that Jayesh has never studied on his own without her nagging him.  It was a miracle!

On Tuesday we went to the famous Chandni Chowk market in New Delhi.  The market is famous for its discounted clothes and good food.  We partook of both.  On the way home, we decided to stop in Karol Bagh to pick up the clothes that we had purchased a few days earlier (they had to be altered).  As I went to the shop where we had prayed for the shopkeeper and his wife, I was warmly received.  The husband said that his asthma was MUCH better.  The wife said that her pain was practically gone.  They had brought their daughter, Akanksha, just for prayer, hoping we would come that day.  She too has asthma.  We prayed.


On Wednesday, we prayed again with Anita and Garima.  They have decided to come every day for prayer at 9:30 AM.  Anita told us that she had gone back to the doctor and the doctor now said she did not have arthritis!  Praise God!  She just needed to take some iron and other vitamins. 

We also prayed over the phone for a lady in the hospital.

One unfortunate thing I am noticing is that many people are seeking after their healing, but they could care less about the healer.  By “the healer,” I don’t mean Mom and me.  I mean Jesus.  They want Jesus to heal them, but they do not want to believe in Him.  They want to continue on believing in whatever they believed in before, partly because it is easy to do.  They are scared of going against “tradition” and “society.”

Scripture for the Day:
3 If you walk in My statutes and keep My commandments, and perform them, then I will give you rain in its season, the land shall yield its produce, and the trees of the field shall yield their fruit.  Leviticus 26:3-4.

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