Testimony of Pr. Ani George

I was blessed to be born and brought up in a Christian family. I was the youngest of 5 children. My father was a business man, which made us think that money could get us everything we ever wanted. We believed that there was nothing greater than wealth in this world. I was addicted to drugs and alcohol at a young age. As years went by death was destroying my home. My brother passed away a few days after his marriage. My mother died the very next year. Our business began to fail one by one. Within a year my Father was paralyzed. Medical science had written him off and there was no hope for him.

A 20 year old Pastor named Shaji prayed for him and my Father jumped to his feet. He was instantly healed and whole again! It was then that I acknowledged that there was such a powerful God in this universe. I knelt down before God and made a decision that my life ahead would only be lived for Him. From that day onwards death, destruction and suffering left my home. My home which was once known as being cursed is now thronged by crowds of people seeking prayer.

My life was transformed and renewed when the Lord Jesus Christ came into my life.

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Daily Devotion

Wednesday, 02 Oct 2013

The Goodness of the Lord

For reading & meditation: "How great is your goodness, which you have stored up for those who fear you " Psalms 31:19

As we move on we start to think about some of the red furrows of life from which we often draw back. At such times we become "a corn of wheat afraid to die". But as we are seeing, where there is no death, there can be no life. Outside the furrow we remain safe, warm, comfortable - and unfruitful. First we shall consider what I am calling "divine delays" - those periods of life to which God leads us when it seems that nothing is happening and that His purposes for our lives are temporarily shelved. Perhaps you are at this point at this very moment. If so, don't panic - God's delays are not His denials. Our Master has a purpose in everything He does. You must believe that, even though your fears scream the opposite.

One of the most difficult things to do in the Christian life is to wait for God's purposes to come to pass. Sometimes they take so long to materialise that we find ourselves getting vexed and frustrated. Have you heard about the Christian who prayed: "Lord, give me patience ' and I want it right now"? Wouldnt you rather do anything than wait? A man told a Christian counsellor I know: "Waiting for God to bring His purposes to pass is the biggest problem I face in my Christian life; there is something within me that would rather do the wrong thing than wait."As waiting for God to bring about His purposes is more the rule than the exception in the Christian life, we had better learn what God has in mind when His red light flashes out the signal, "Wait! Wait! Wait!"

O Father, teach me to trust You when Your plans and purposes for my life are seemingly delayed. I confess that impatience is one of the most difficult things for me to "die" to. I cannot do it on my own. Help me, my Father. In Jesus' Name. Amen.

For further study: Acts 1:4-8; Genesis 49:18; Isaiah 25:9