Wow, what a shock to see the church in Nepal alive and well. We went to check out an old contact of some good friends of ours who traveled with us to India.
We had scheduled to hold a three-day series of meetings. Not knowing what to expect we went in ready for anything.
The first meeting started on a Wednesday morning. We got there only to find the four-story church packed with 1000 people on three different floors. That’s right over 300 per floor with video feed on each floor. We preached from the third floor and they watched from the other floors. The children’s church was located on the 4th floor.
What a refreshment to see the people of Nepal so hungry for the Gospel. Most of them took off their jobs or closed their business to attend the meetings.
With that kind of hunger you can imagine what kind of meetings we had. The word says “Everyone who hungers and thirst for God will be filled.”
God sure did not let us down. The meetings began with great contemporary praise then lead into intense worship. The presence of God began to settle. The music turned in to prophetic worship. If you have never experienced prophetic worship it is nothing less than awesome. God inhabits the praise of his people in a way that the Holy Spirit touches everyone there without the need for preaching. Issues of life begin to seem meaningless. Stress leaves. People get healed. People begin to repent. The Holy Spirit takes over and starts his work like only He can do. People fall out under his power and cannot stand any longer while the work within ones soul begins.
We saw the Holy Spirit single out people in the crowd who were unsaved and they gladly accepted Jesus. Many filled with the Holy Spirit. Lives were turned around and set on the path of righteousness. Marriages saved. Pastors encouraged and strengthened.
Women ministered to not only as a group but also one-on-one as Mariaelena and our friend Dianna Lindsey held a 6-hour women’s meeting.
The Holy Spirit is at work all over the world. We are on the edge of our seat as we participate in this last great revival.
Thank you Holy Spirit for allowing us to see first hand the hunger in your people in Nepal.
Our contact in Nepal is Pastor Ranjit. He has been a missionary there from India since 1994. He is now a citizen. He is contending for a move of the Holy Spirit. Pray for him and his wife and family.