Rabu, 01 April 2015

Clean Water, Healing for a Suffering Village

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Clean Water, Healing for a Suffering Village
Gospel for Asia (www.gfa.org) News Release (For Immediate Release)
WILLS POINT, TX (ANS – April 1, 2015) -- The villagers suffered. They drew water from a murky reservoir—murky water to wash their bodies, murky water to scrub their dishes, murky water to quench their thirst, and no one knew Christ.
Jabbar, 50, and his wife, Sachi, 45, suffered like the rest of the villagers, but Sachi even more so. Severe pain shot through her stomach. It hurt so bad she underwent surgery twice to alleviate the pain. Neither surgery worked.
One day, while in a neighboring village, Sachi caught the sound of voices praying. She went to the church of GFA pastor Mrigesh, and he prayed for her. He later told her and her family about Jesus, and as he continued praying for Sachi’s healing, the Lord healed her!
As Pastor Mrigesh came to know how the village suffered from dirty water, he also began praying for an opportunity to drill a Jesus Well nearby. The Lord answered through the generosity of believers around the world.
A Jesus Well now pumps fresh water for Jabbar and Sachi’s village. They have clean water to wash their bodies, clean water to scrub their dishes and clean water to quench their thirst.
Through what the Lord did, Jabbar and Sachi and another family have seen His love for them and decided to trust in Him. They gather for weekly worship services, and other villagers join them for regular prayer meetings.
What’s more, through the Jesus Well and Pastor Mrigesh’s ministry, all 600 families in the village can know Jesus loves them.
Read about a man who didn’t want a Jesus Well
(http://www.gfa.org/news/articles/the-man-who-didnt-want-a-jesus-well/?cm_mmc=GFAReports-_--_--_- .
About Gospel for Asia
Gospel for Asia (GFA), a Christian mission organization based in Wills Point, Texas, has brought the Good News of Christ to millions in South Asia since its founding in 1978. GFA provides education, meals and healthcare to tens of thousands of South Asia's impoverished children through its Bridge of Hope program. For more information, visit www.gfa.org  or on Facebook.
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