The Twenty-First Miracle Meeting

After the children left, we made a house visit to Pinky’s sister, Anju Didi’s home.  There we prayed for her mother-in-law and children.  The mother in law felt a difference in her health after prayer.

On Tuesday, again we had tuition.  Amit, Harish, Raj Kumar, Jagan, Dharmendra, and Vinod came over.  After we tutored them, we went to Delhi where we went to the house of one of the ladies who called for prayer on a regular basis while we were in the US.  She is doing much better and likely will not need surgery as was originally predicted.  The sad thing is that although she was very good about getting prayer on a daily basis now that she has her healing (or at least is on the way to recovery), she is not really giving God the glory. 

Then we went to the slum in Delhi near Ashram that we go to every Tuesday.  This was our first time back there after returning from the US.  As soon as we arrived, some of the kids saw us and began dancing around, signing that we had returned.  They were so happy.  We were so happy.

I was excited to see Sunita, the little girl who had been healed of the double vision and poor eyesight back in April.  She is completely well and was all smiles.  Another lady testified that since Mom went to her house to pray, she has had family peace.  She was very happy.  We took biscuits to pass out to the kids.  As soon as we began passing out the biscuits, kids began to come out from every nook and cranny.  It was crazy.  There was utter chaos.  Everyone was grabbing and yelling.  We finally had to stop distributing the cookies just to get some calm.

On Wednesday, Amit, Harish, Raj Kumar and Jagan came for tuition.  After that a Sikh couple came for prayer.  The husband has cancer, kidney failure, and a host of other diseases.  But, rather than wanting prayer, he seemed to be in a hurry to leave.  We prayed for him and he did feel a difference in his pain.  But, when we asked them to come back and continue to call for prayer, it was certain that they would.  The wife was interested, but the husband was not.  

Today was also our twenty-first miracle meeting.  Anju didi and several kids attended the meeting.  After the meeting we prayed for all those with needs and then went to Anju Didi’s home to pray for her mother-in-law. 

Scripture for the Day:
“Come now, and let us reason together,” says the Lord, “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall be as wool.”  Isaiah 1:18.

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