Ponder And Practice

                                                   “For the Lord loves justice, and does not forsake His saints;

                                 They are preserved forever, but the descendants of the wicked shall be cut off.”

                                                                                                                                                Psalm 37:28

Dearly beloved in Christ,

I greet you in the sweet name of the Lord Jesus Christ!

Once a headmaster was doing ministry faithfully. He was full of mercy. He was heading a big school. There came a complaint against him. The allegation was that he had taken the money from the Provident Fund of a dead teacher. The wife of the man filed the case. The police arrested him and put him in jail. No one came forward to take him out on bail. As I had very often ministered with him, I went with a lawyer with the money I had to take him out on bail. The Lord helped us to take him out on bail. As he was suspended from service, he did not receive his pay. In this situation, the clerk who took that money by fraud accepted his guilt in writing and informed the police. But the police did not accept it. The headmaster had a son and a daughter who had completed engineering degrees. He had to undergo untold sufferings. He wanted to conduct the marriage of his daughter. A proposal came from a boy who had studied with her. He did not know what to do and came to me for prayer. I advised him to conduct the marriage and not to delay it. The Lord enabled him to conduct the wedding. After the marriage, he died in a few months. The case against him was conducted. But the lady who had filed the case committed suicide and the case was disposed of. The Lord enabled the headmaster’s family to receive all the arrears of salary without any deduction.

Dear Brother/ sister, when we do ministry with integrity and faithfulness, the Lord will bless us in all circumstances and our descendants will be blessed with all good things. Let us commit to be faithful.

May the Lord bless us!

Bro. C. Ebenezer Paul