On Monday evening the neighbor with the poor vision came over for prayer again. When we pray, he feels completely healed, but slowly the healing leaves. I think it is because although he is seeing the miracle, he is not willing to accept the miracle-worker. We have tried to explain this to him, but he is unwilling to understand.
Tuesday was a day of running errands and rest. We received several invitations for ministry in Delhi from a Pastor.
On Wednesday we re-started the weekly Bible studies. Mom did a study with Babli Bhabhi and I did a study with Kalpana. We have decided to go through the Bible starting from Genisis.
The children came for tuition as well. The three younger children in the morning and the three of the four elder children in the evening.
On Wednesday we had out nineteenth miracle meeting. The children all attended the miracle meeting: Amit, Sarika, Mahima, Dharmendra, Golu and Nahim. We spent time praying in the Holy Spirit. For Dharmendra this was his first Christian meeting. He took in every word with such interest. As we prayed, he was filled with the Holy Spirit.
After the meeting, the children went to find the policeman who had come once for prayer. He had asked the children to tell him when we returned. A few minutes later, the children returned. But, two different policemen were with them. The policemen were confused and questioned us a bit. We had a chance to testify to them a bit. Then we handed them a copy of our testimony, which the said they would read and return the next day.
In the evening I received a call from the children who pick up trash at the Priya marketplace. I assured the children that we would be coming tomorrow for prayer at Priya.
Scripture for the Day:
For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose heart is loyal to Him. II Chronicles 16:9.