The God Who Sees

Meena is a young Hindu woman who has been living with her mother since she was separated from her husband this past year.  They sold toys door to door to make ends meet but during the lockdown they were no longer allowed to do this.  Their daily income dried up along with the meager rations of food.  After going days without a proper meal, they heard about this man who was giving groceries to needy families.  Through a friend they were able to contact him and Ashish went to their home immediately.  With great joy and gratitude they received the supplies.

“Who are you?” they asked.  “Why are you doing this?  Where did you get the money to help so many people?” I am a follower of Jesus. He is the one who has provided everything and He is the one who sent me here today.  He loves you very much and sees your needs.

“May I pray for you?”  he asked. They quickly bowed their heads and folded their hands in the traditional Hindu form and Ashish began to pray.  All of a sudden Meena’s body became rigid and she fell to the floor as an evil spirit began to manifest.  Immediately Ashish cast it out and Meena became alert again.  Because of this demonstration of the Spirit’s power along with their needs being supplied through the food, Meena became a follower of Jesus that day.  Then three days later, after weeks of no contact, her husband called and they are reconciling their marriage.  Once again God shows us He is not on lockdown and He is the God who sees.

This is only one of the many stories we are hearing of God touching lives and changing hearts through this food project.  Thank you for making it possible.  Without you it would never happen.  Thank you for caring.  Thank you for praying.  Thank you for giving.