Who is Jesus Christ?

This is one of the most important questions you can ever ask because, you need Jesus.

God loves you. He desires to have a living relationship with you and give you salvation, purpose and eternal life. It is an important decision that only you can make, but you need to make it!

1. You have a past

Scripture states clearly that everyone in the world is guilty of sin — and that includes you and me. Romans 3:23 says: ‘For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.’

2. Sin has its price

Romans 6:23 tells us: ‘For the wages of sin is death.’ The wage we earn from work is money, but the wages of sin is death. Death means separation from God forever. But there is good news.

3. Christ paid for your sin

Even though we are sinners, Christ loves us so much that He died in our place to pay for our sin. ‘But God demonstrated His own love for us in this while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.’ (Romans 5:8)

4. You must believe

To become a Christian and have assurance of eternal life is a personal decision only you can make. Romans 10:9 says: ‘if you confess with your mouth, Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.’ The word ‘believe’ here means to entrust your life completely over to Jesus Christ. That’s what real faith is, asking Jesus Christ to be Lord of your Life.

If You’d like to begin a personal relationship with Jesus today, please pray this prayer.

Dear Lord Jesus, I believe You died for me and that Your blood paid for my sins. Please forgive me for my sin. I want You to be my Lord. Thank You for dying for me, forgiving my sin and giving me the gift of eternal life. I wish to turn away from sin and I acknowledge You as my Lord and Saviour. Lead and guide me in Your way, Amen.

You have just made an important and very wise decision. We encourage you to now contact your local Christian church for regular, ongoing fellowship and guidance in becoming a disciple. Anytime you would like us to pray for you, either now or in the future, you can always contact us here at Vision Christian Prayer.

We’d love you to send us an email to tell us the story behind your decision.

We’d also love to send you a complimentary copy of our devotional, The Word for Today to help you search the Scriptures daily, know Jesus better and follow Him more closely. Give us a call if you’d like a copy.

1 John 5:11-12 tells us there are two groups of people. ‘He who has the Son has life’ and ‘He who does not have the Son of God does not have life.’ Because you have prayed and believed in the Son you have life!

 

Reach for Others

‘…Why…have You laid the burden…on me?’ Numbers 11:11 NKJV

Some of us know how to give, but not receive. As a result we fail to reach our growth potential or accomplish what God planned for us. Somebody within your reach right now knows something you need to know; something you’ll never discover on your own. Get close to them and draw water from their well. It’s pride that keeps us weak. Weak people don’t reach for others, wise people do. Moses asked God, ‘…Why…have You laid the burden of all these people on me?’ But He hadn’t asked Moses to do it all himself. Now that Moses was ready to listen God instructed him, ‘…Gather…seventy men…whom you know to be elders… Then…I will take of the Spirit that is upon you and will put the same upon them; and they shall bear the burden of the people with you…’ (Numbers 11:16–17 NKJV)

A newspaper carried the story of a woman who fell asleep at the wheel and drove her car through a safety rail on the motorway. It dangled precariously, 20m in the air. Motorists stopped, grabbed ropes, tied them to the back of the woman’s car and hung on till the emergency units arrived. A ladder was extended from below to help stabilise the car while firefighters chained the car to tow trucks. Every time her car moved she screamed. It took over two hours for passers-by and the emergency services teams—about 25 people in all—to pull her to safety. The fire captain at the scene said later, ‘It was funny. She kept shouting, “I’ll do it myself!”’ Are you like that? If you want to enjoy God’s best, reach for others!

SoulFood: Lev 15 –17, Mark 1:9–20, Ps 56, Pro 10:8–9

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

Five Infallible Proofs for the Resurrection

‘…He…presented Himself alive…by many infallible proofs…’ Acts 1:3 NKJV

In Jesus’ day when a carpenter completed a job, it was customary for him to wash his hands, dry them on a linen cloth, fold it, and leave it on top of his work. That cloth was his trademark; whoever inspected it knew the work was finished. On Easter Sunday Peter ‘…saw…the burial cloth that had been around Jesus’ head…folded up by itself…and believed.’ (John 20:6–8 NIV) Scientists say infallible proof comes from getting the same result from repeated experiments and multiple confirmations. Here are five infallible proofs that Jesus rose from the dead. (1) Mary Magdalene encountered Him. (2) the women at the grave saw Him. (3) the disciples talked with Him. (4) the apostles met Him. And (5) 500 people witnessed Him at one time. ‘…He…presented Himself alive…by many infallible proofs, being seen by them…’ Christ’s resurrection is the foundation of our salvation and the hope upon which our eternity rests (Romans 10:9–10). Paul writes, ‘…Christ died for our sins…was buried…rose again the third day and…was seen by Cephas, then by the twelve. After that He was seen by over five hundred brethren at once, of whom the greater part remain to the present… After that He was seen by James, then by all the apostles. Then last of all He was seen by me…’ (1 Corinthians 15:3–8 NKJV) At an Easter service in Bangladesh the congregation wept at the crucifixion scene in the Jesus film. Suddenly a little boy at the back jumped up and shouted, ‘Don’t worry, He gets up again. I saw it before!’ Rejoice, it’s Easter. He got up again—and we will too!

SoulFood: 1 Cor 15, Matt 28:1–10, Job 19:25–26, John 11:25–26, 1 Pet 1:3, Isa 25:8

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

When Things Don’t Work Out As You Plan

‘I hope to see you in passing as I go to Spain.’ Romans 15:24 ESV

The world isn’t going to devote itself to making us happy, and only when we accept that can we begin to move forward. Much of the time life doesn’t work out the way we plan. Paul wrote, ‘I hope to see you in passing as I go to Spain.’ But, as far as we can know for certain, he never got to Spain; instead, he landed in prison. But it was from there he wrote the epistles that make up much of our New Testament.

So your disappointment may turn out to be God’s appointment! The Bible says, ‘We can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps.’ (Proverbs 16:9 NLT) Aren’t you glad God’s in control of your life? Let the philosophers argue over why life works as it does; just you focus on how to live it! If you live to be a hundred, what good is it if resentment and regret keep you from enjoying it? And what good is more time, if you’re just wasting the time you’ve got?

Do you know how an oyster makes a pearl? When a grain of sand gets into its shell and irritates it, the oyster wraps the sand in layers of beauty until a pearl is formed. An unknown poet wrote, ‘This tale has a moral, for isn’t it grand, what an oyster can do with a morsel of sand? What couldn’t I do if I’d only begin, with all of the things that get under my skin?’ God is at work in what you’re going through today—for your good and His glory. All you need to do is trust Him.

SoulFood: Exo 20:12, Eph 6:1–3, Matt 15:1–9, John 19:25–27

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

Don’t Worry, You Will Have Enough!

‘My God shall supply all your need…’ Philippians 4:19 NKJV

Are you afraid you won’t have enough to meet your needs? Let’s read the story of the feeding of the 5000 and notice three things about the disciples. First, they tried to escape the problem. They told Jesus, ‘Send them away, that they may go… and buy themselves bread.’ (Mark 6:36 NKJV) But He said no. Jesus understood that you grow by dealing with problems, not avoiding them. Your faith increases only as you place a demand on it. Lazy, inactive faith will fail you in the hour of need, so you must feed on God’s Word and exercise your faith regularly. Second, the disciples thought what they had wasn’t enough: ‘There is a lad here who has five barley loaves and two small fish, but what are they among so many?’ (John 6:9 NKJV) God will ask you to look at what you’ve got because even though it doesn’t look like much, when you add ‘God’, it’ll be more than enough to meet the need. In the disciples’ hands it was just lunch for one, but in Christ’s hands it became dinner for 5000. So put what you have into God’s hands and let Him work. Third, only when the disciples obeyed His plan was their need met. When you ask God for a miracle He will often give you a plan with a set of instructions. At that point your obedience sets the timer, activates the plan and determines the results. With God, there’s no lack and no limit. When it was over, ‘…they took up twelve baskets full of fragments and of the fish.’ (Mark 6:43 NKJV) Don’t worry, you will have enough!

SoulFood: Judg 19:16–21:25, Luke 17:11–19, Ps 119:137–144, Pro 18:22–24

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

Be Spiritually Sensitive-

‘To be spiritually minded is life and peace.’ Romans 8:6 NKJV

Paul writes, ‘Those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit, the things of the Spirit.’ (Romans 8:5 NKJV) Passenger planes are designed to fly in two ways—through the skill of a pilot and the commands they receive from the control tower. To ‘live according to the Spirit’ means obeying His promptings. You do that by going through your day with an awareness of His presence. Submit, as you feel Him tugging at your heart to take a particular course of action, even if you don’t quite understand why. You may be prompted to drop a particular conversation, turn away quickly from a certain television programme, walk away from a questionable environment, or even go ‘by another way’. (Remember the wise men in Matthew 2:12?) Whatever it is, do it immediately.

The Holy Spirit may be warning you about a temptation you’ll be unable to resist unless you obey Him there and then. Perhaps there’s someone who comes to your mind during the day, and you know he or she is going through a difficult time and could use some support. Get in touch with them. God wants to minister to that person through you, and He will bless you when you do it. The Holy Spirit may guide you to do a certain thing, or take a risk you never imagined you’d take. The wisest thing is always to submit to His plan, regardless of whether or not it makes sense to you. God knows all things, including your future, and His direction is always for your benefit.

SoulFood: Josh 1, Ps 27:11–14, 2 Cor 5:6–10

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

Stand On God’s Word (3)

‘Exercise self-control in all things.’ 1 Corinthians 9:25 NRSV

When you are eating too much. Studies confirm that today over half the population of the western world is eating too much. If you are one of the many people battling a problem of overeating, here’s the good news: God can help you win the battle! Often it’s not about what you are eating, it’s about what’s eating you.

We overeat to find comfort and relief from stress and anxiety, but it’s a short-term fix and it doesn’t work. The psalmist went directly to the root of his problem: ‘Search me… and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. Point out anything in me that offends You, and lead me along the path of everlasting life.’ (Psalm 139:23–24 NLT) God can relieve the ‘anxious thoughts’ within you.

The Holy Spirit is the greatest therapist in the world. When you surrender and ask Him to take up residence within you, you discover that ‘the fruit of the spirit is… self-control.’ (Galatians 5:22–23 NIV) He can give you the power to control your appetite, and start living by the Scripture: ‘Whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.’ (1 Corinthians 10:31 NLT)

So make this your prayer today: ‘O Lord, if You heal me, I will be truly healed; if You save me, I will be truly saved. My praises are for You alone.’ (Jeremiah 17:14 NLT) The word for you today is—with God’s help you can avoid eating too much.

SoulFood: Is 17–21, Matt 9:27–38, Ps 96, Pr 3:5–6

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

Building Men and Women of God (6)

‘These commandments… Impress them on your children.’ Deuteronomy 6:6–7 NIV

Teach your children the value of hard work. Navigators’ president, Lorne Sanny, would smile as he remembered four words from his father that changed his life, ‘Son, get with it!’ Parents who think that they are doing their kids a favour by letting them avoid hard work are deluded (wrong). Your children will become irresponsible, dependent, under-developed and end up resenting your over-indulgence. ‘Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth. He who gathers crops in summer is a wise son, but he who sleeps during harvest is a disgraceful son.’ (Proverbs 10:4–5 NIV)

If you keep doing for your children what they should do for themselves, you’re crippling their development and creativity. Honest work is God’s provision for human happiness, as well as for personal, social and spiritual growth. This is more than a financial issue; it’s a spiritual issue. Hard work is good for you! ‘The soul of the sluggard craves and gets nothing, but the soul of the diligent is made fat.’ (Proverbs 13:4 NAS) One day your child will thank you for requiring them to participate in family life and do their fair share. Their future husband or wife will thank you too! You say, ‘But they’re so young and they’ve school work to do.’ If they master the three Rs, but fail to become responsible and mature they’ll pay for it in the future. ‘It is good for a man that he should bear the yoke (of responsibility and work) in his youth.’ (Lamentations 3:27 NAS) What they learn in youth they’ll enjoy for the rest of their lives, as they become men and women of God!

SoulFood: Gen 28:1–30:24, Matt 20:29–34, Ps 136:1–12, Pro 6:30–31

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

How ‘Hungry’ Are You?

‘He satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.’ Psalm 107:9 NIV

Successful people are often just people who were a little hungrier and thirstier for success than the rest of us. What we desired, they chased after. The French Emperor Napoleon was born in poverty. His classmates made fun of him in school. But he devoted himself to his books, excelled in his studies, and became the brightest student in class. Before his life was over, he conquered much of the world!

If a seedling tree has to fight its way up through rocks to get to sunlight and air, then wrestle with storms and winds to survive, you can be sure of one thing: its root system will be strong and its timber resilient. Nature itself teaches us that it’s impossible to succeed without going through adversity. If you’re successful and haven’t experienced hardship, you can be sure someone else has experienced it for you. And if you’re experiencing adversity without succeeding, there’s a good chance somebody else will succeed because of the price you paid. Either way, there’s no achievement without adversity.

The true test of character is determined by what it takes to discourage you and make you quit. Dr G. Campbell Morgan tells of a man whose shop burned to the ground in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Next morning he arrived at work carrying a table which he set up amid the charred ruins. On it he placed a sign that read, ‘Everything lost except wife, children, and hope. Business as usual tomorrow morning.’

Solomon said, ‘Do you see a man diligent and skilful in his business? He will stand before kings.’ (Proverbs 22:29 AMPC) You say you want to succeed? The question is—how ‘hungry’ are you?

SoulFood: Acts 18–19, Matt 10:11–20, Ps 146, Pro 16:4–5

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

Finding Contentment In Your Work

‘Enjoy your work and accept your lot in life—this is indeed a gift from God.’ Ecclesiastes 5:19 NLT

Two-thirds of your adult life will be spent earning a living, and God wants you to enjoy it: ‘To enjoy your work and accept your lot in life—this is indeed a gift from God.’ Try to realise that God has a purpose for your being where you are. ‘The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord.’ (Psalm 37:23 NKJV) When you understand that, you begin to rejoice on the job rather than resent it, and believe that God has a plan for your future. It may be a different job, a promotion in your present job, or improving your skill set, which will result in your feeling fulfilled, knowing you are a valued and contributing team member.

So with one eye on the present and another on the future, your goal should be to perform your responsibilities with efficiency and professionalism, and glorify the One whose name you carry. Learn all you can from your current position—both in skill-building and in character-building. Prepare yourself for what God has in mind.

So what if others overlook or undervalue you? David’s family didn’t think he was qualified to be Israel’s next king, but God had a different opinion. He also had the last word. There’s an important lesson here for you. Be faithful and seek to excel where God has placed you, and when the time is right He will bless you and promote you—but it may not be in the way you expect. ‘It is God alone who judges; He decides who will rise and who will fall.’ (Psalm 75:7 NLT)

SoulFood: 1 Kings 3:4–28, James 1:2–8

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

You Can Begin Again

‘The Lord is all I need, I can depend on Him!’ Lamentations 3:24 CEV

When you haven’t accomplished what you’d hoped for, regret can become a major pastime. The office worker wishes he’d become an accountant, the accountant wishes he’d become a doctor. Maybe you planned to make a difference for others, but so far all you’ve left is a trail of unfilled dreams. It’s not too late; you can begin again! You just have to be prepared to pursue your dream and pay the price.

‘To win the contest you must deny yourselves many things that would keep you from doing your best.’ (1 Corinthians 9:25 TLB) Don’t listen to the critics and complainers who’ve settled for less. Your goal should be to make a difference in the world and glorify God.

Charles Lindbergh, the first pilot to make a solo flight across the Atlantic ocean, said, ‘Who valued life more highly, the aviators who spent it on the art they loved, or these misers who doled it out like pennies through their antlike days?… If I could fly for ten years before I was killed in a crash, it would be a worthwhile trade for an ordinary lifetime.’

Look at Moses. Look at Paul. They both began again. Look at Winston Churchill: instead of retiring after World War II, he won the Nobel Prize for literature. Heinrich Schliemann retired from business to look for Homer’s legendary city of Troy—and found it. Here’s a Scripture you can stand on: ‘The Lord’s kindness never fails! If He had not been merciful, we would have been destroyed… The Lord can always be trusted to show mercy each morning. Deep in my heart I say, “The Lord is all I need; I can depend on Him!”’ (Lamentations 3:22–24 CEV) That means you can begin again.

SoulFood: 1 John 1:1–3:10, John 7:14–24, Ps 104:19–26, Pro 24:28

The Word for Today is authored by Bob and Debby Gass and published under licence from UCB International Copyright ©

Practical

Jaimashi team of Message of Hope Nepal.

Since one year I’m the regular listener of Message of Hope Nepal. In which day I heard about Message of Hope Nepal, from that day I use to listen “The Word for Today” which is broadcast from YouTube and Nepal Television every Saturday morning. From this program I’m able to know more about Him love, power, blessing etc.

The explanation of Bible verse is presented in different way, which makes me to understand easily. I also found that this “The Word for Today” is very practical in our life. That’s why I also share about this program to my family members, friends, church members. Thank you God for this opportunities, I’m so blessed by this program.

Prabin
Dhungedhara, Kathmandu

Gaining Biblical Knowledge

Jaimashi,
First of all, I would like to give thanks our heavenly Father for this wonderful time and also Message of Hope Nepal. In my daily morning devotion I use to listen “The Word for Today” which is broadcast from YouTube and Facebook. I usually participate the quiz competition organized by Message of Hope Nepal, through
which I got the encourage to read Holy Bible.

When I listen “The Word for Today” from Message of Hope Nepal, I felt so blessed because it is very meaningful and useful God’s word in our life. It is very easy to understand and easy to relate those words in our life. Through this program I’m able to achieve Biblical knowledge as well as other things also. This program helps me to became strong in my Spiritual life. Once again thank you Message of Hope Nepal.

Shanta
Bharatpur, Nepal

 

Finding Jesus

Virna is a longtime listener. She sent a thank you message because through Radio Voz she and her family often heard the Radio and the introduction of Jesus increasingly led them to the decision of accepting Jesus. They are now worshipping in the GPWC church. They’ve been listening to the Radio Voz since 2014.

She was very grateful that every topic presented by our station always touches their lives.

Virna – Timoe-Leste

On the run from the police

Pictured is one of Laif FM listener’s from Kubalia in the East Sepik Province of PNG. He shared his testimony on how he got saved through listening to 98.3, Laif FM.

He was in prison in 2000 for rascal activities and being involved in some hold ups. He was on the run from the law enforcement for many years and was even on the shoot-to-kill list. Then, he landed up with Pastor Abraham Kumbia & his wife Anna. Pastor Abraham took him to Mr Kasieang the PSE at that time. The PSE was very angry but Pastor Kumbia & wife Anna covered told the PSE, “You didn’t find him, we found him and brought him to you… he will be under our custody”.

Now… what happened next?

He got changed, accepted the Pastor’s advise but didn’t attend a church. He was tuning his radio one day and suddenly, heard Gospel music, and later, heard a voice on the radio. Then he heard the Word of God, “wow” he said…. I think this is my “Church” coz this Christian radio is talking to me, encouraging me with the Word of God. Inspirational programs all throughout the day, with the Word of God. This is my FM station cause I got saved and love all the programs. I am a die hard fan for this Christian radio 98.3 Laif FM

He is now attached to the New Apostolic Church as an evangelist in his community.

He appeals to those on the run from law enforcement, please stop what you are doing, surrender for change and become a true citizen for your community, district, province, country and ambassador for Christ.

The Word for Today in Tetum

Our team in Timor-Leste translate The Word for Today into Tetum and both read it on air and make it available on their website. They received this encouraging feedback…

Lola’s mother always feels blessed by this program.  He [Lola] not only heard, but he asked us to send it via WhatsApp so that he could share it with his children and his extended family. In his text message in Tetum on
WhatsApp he is very grateful because his family is mega blessed.

Sharing The Word for Today with friends

Greetings!!
It’s me Anish Magar all the away from Dolakha, Nepal.

I used to go and do fellowship in Ashim Church, Bhaktapur.

First of all, I would like to give thanks to my friend Dirgha to share about this devotional book. After that time, I’m reading The Word for Today since 2 years and it taught me so many spiritual lessons. When I went to do house fellowship in my village, I use to share preaching from this devotional book.

Personally, I’m blessed to have this The Word for Today in my life. Sometimes, it’s hard to read Bible because of our busy schedule but we can hear The Word for Today from YouTube which is provided by Message of Hope Nepal team.

Thank you MOHN team for giving us such a wonderful gift.

Delivered from Evil Spirit’s Oppression

Mrs Augusta lives in the village of Deleso, in the District of Ermera.

In November 2020 her oldest son Álvaro contacted Radio Voz during our daily Morning Prayer program, requesting prayers for his mother who have been evil spirit oppressed for a couple of years already. She even got lost in the jungle, and even though the family looked for her, they were not able to find her for three months. The situation became much worse during the full moon season.

In addition to that, the people in the village started to see her as the one who attracts all kinds of evils to the whole community in the village, and they started to persecute the family. Even in the school, when a student got sick or had an accident, the students blamed the two daughters who were also students at that school. The family was facing a really difficult time.

The oldest son Álvaro decided to bring his mother to the capital Dili. It was when he contacted Radio Voz early in the morning asking for help in prayer. We prayed for her and for the safety of the entire family. Some days later he came to meet with the Radio Voz team because the family situation was unbearable.

We prayed together and ministered the Word of God to him and demanded from him that he should bring his entire family to Christ, in order for the entire family to get delivered. The next Thursday evening service he brought his mother to the church to receive prayers. After that day on she got completely free from the evil spirits oppression, and until now, four months later, there have been no more manifestations of oppression in her life, even during full moon season.

Then Álvaro brought his brother and the two teenage sisters who all accepted Jesus, and were baptized in the first Saturday of February.

They are all attending every service in the church, happy for what the Lord had done in their family. Now, for safety reason, only the father remained in the village, to take care of the house and land, while the mother and the two sons are in Dili, and the two girls in Aileu, living in our church there.

Timor-Leste

Families in Vanua Levu (Fiji) affected by cyclone YASA received The Word for Today.

The Word for Today was distributed with food rations with the help of one of UCB Fiji’s committee members (Amani Waqetia) who heads the response effort of OLA FOU Fiji in Vanua Levu. The families who received them were very appreciative especially after being devastated by the Cat 5 cyclone which left many of them without food and shelter. In the midst of such a devastating experience, their hope lies not only in the relief items but more-so with God and the encouragement that comes with the stories of hope in The Word for Today. More than 100 copies of the The Word for Today were given to people in Cyclone and flood affected areas of Vanua Levu.

In Suva, a Methodist church minister distributed 2 cartons of the devotional to his congregation. Before that, the books were prayed over and delivered under the guidance of our team. He also distributed some to taxi drivers servicing the greater Suva area.

Feedback I received is that some families are now using The Word for Today as their guide during the daily family devotion and is very simple and easy to understand.

Our friends who were recipients of the The Word for Today in Vanua Levu said that the booklet has given them a sense of hope and courage reading God’s Word in the most difficult time of their life after the hardship faced and the devastation cost by TC Yasa where they seem to have lost everything.

Please continue to pray for our nation, its leaders and the many people affected by the natural disaster.

Thank you and kind regards.

Tomu
Fiji

Motivated and Blessed

Greetings,
I am very much Thankful to you all of you, for your hard effort in such a difficult situation. The Word for Today is my daily capsule. I got motivated and blessed every morning through word of God shared by Message of Hope Nepal. And this book has become one of the mediums to carry answer to my questions and solutions to my problems. Every day It inspires me to read the Scriptures and personally it has helped me to gain Biblical knowledge in different ways and reflect on it. I am thankful to the writers who have written these powerful messages.
Anup
Kathmandu

Salvation from hearing

Radio Voz (Timor-Leste) has a program called Jerasaun Los Nasaun Diak (JLND). The program also conducts outdoor events, namely gathering young people from churches, to conduct a kind of revival meeting.

There was a young boy named Fridonia who attended this program and he felt blessed, he was interested in continuing to attend the Revival Service and radio broadcasts.

Long story short, yesterday he wrote to me wanting to accept Jesus as his Lord and personal Saviour. And I called him to guide and direct him and pray for him. After the COVID-19 crisis is over I will invite him to join our church.