Johanna (visit her blog here) from One Verse blogger interviewed me last Thursday about how we really need the Bible in the language we understand the best. Today she posted the story I told her about my life here.
This interview reminds me how great and perfect God’s plan in His children’s lives, mine and yours. It reminds me how desperate and lost I was when I didn’t know or even trusted Jesus my life and future. It reminds me how much God love each of His creation and He has plan for each human in this world. It reminds me how deep His love for the world, for each soul and for each of us to come, have relationship with Him and worship Him.
It reminds me now I know where to go and who to turn to when I am in need, when I am alone and feel lost, when I am desperate and dying, and when I am worry about anything in my life and my family. But, it also reminds me that there are more than 2000 language groups that do not yet have ONE SINGLE WORD of God in the language that they understand in their heart and mind. There are more than 350 million people who do not know where to go or who they can turn to when they are in need, when they are alone, when they are dying, and when they are lost.
They are waiting and they have waited too long. So does the people of Vidunda. It’s about 56,000 speakers of Vidunda (about 60% are Christians), who majority still live under under the fear of spirits than experiencing the freedom in Christ. Non-believers cannot see the victory or joy in the lives of the believers because of that. The Scriptures in their language will bring deliverance to the Christians from the captivity of fear of the spirit. More than that, they will grow in the knowledge of the true God and their spiritual lives will become testimonies to reach out the unbelievers.
Would you pray for the Vidunda people today? Would be part of this mission to reach out these people?
Be part of the team to reach them out, go HERE.
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