Dear brides, I want to start praising our Beloved Husband for who He is, Good, Merciful, I don´t have words to say how Powerful, Glorious, Righteous and Holy He is. Today I have a praise about my evangelism to encourage women.I want to share with you some things that He is doing in my life. He is Wonderful and is always with me, during my difficult days, always speaking with me through the devotionals, His Word, worship songs, love songs, the FAL courses, the praise reports that you all write.
Well a week ago, there was a baptism at the church here in my city (I do not go to church anymore because I am His bride), but sometimes I like to make a visit, to see if there are women that I can help. I was happy because it is so hard to find Christians in this place where I live since the majority of people in this country are from another religion so when people give their life to Jesus, and open the heart to the truth we celebrate this important moment with them.
After the baptism, we had a short celebration to welcome these new believers. I was already going home, when I decide to sit alone for a couple of minutes, an older woman approached me and asked if I wanted to sit with her. I told that I was leaving, but she came close, and we start to talk about the church and why we never met before. After talking for some minutes, she asked for my phone number, I don´t do this often but I gave it to her, when she noted my surname she asked if I was married. It was the first time that I told someone that I was divorced. Even I don´t know why I shared with her this information, but I believe that it was what the Lord wanted. I was not sad while I shared, and after I told her, she said she is still suffering because of the divorce that happened years ago.
Well when she asked more about me, I could share about what the Lord is doing in my life through RMI, about the hope that I found, while I was sharing she was crying and told that nobody ever shared any hope with her.
Before leaving I gave her the link to the website. She invited me to her house, so I could share more about the Lord and the Ministry. I prayed and ask God for direction to how to give hope and share about the RMI.
Two days after meeting her, I went to her house, and I was able to share more about the testimonies, about the book, about the courses, about the hope and about the Lord and His love for us. She shared some of her difficulties, and I heard her. Also praying that I could comfort her, the same way that I was comforted when I came to the Ministry. When I left her house, she was happy to learn more and said that she was encouraged.
Dear brides, I praise the Lord for the opportunity to sow hope in other woman life. And also I praise Him for guiding me to the RMI. There are so many women, lost, rejected, that never let go of their EH or FH, because they don´t know about the love that our Husband has for them, and how much He wants a relationship with these women. So today ask Him to show or send women to you, so that you can share about Him, about His love and the hope that you found. Ask that the Holy Spirit guide you and speak through your life.
“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” Mathew 6:33 NIV
“Be alert and of sober mind… standing firm in the faith, because you know that the family of believers throughout the world is undergoing the same kind of sufferings.” 1 Peter 5:8-9 NIV
“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God. ” 1Corinthians 1:3-4 NIV
“Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.” 2 Corinthians 9:6 NIV
Dear brides, let’s seek first His kingdom, get closer to our Beloved, learn from Him, so that He can use your life to comfort others, there are so many women suffering right now, so many of them hopeless. So please start to sow hope and encouragement in their life, the same way that you received.