Found God in unexpected place | Sanjay Arora

Sanjay Bhai’s belongs to a hindu (sindhi) family. His elder brother Rajkumar bhai came to Dubai in 1990 for starting a business and he called Sanjay bhai in 1995 to assist him.

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Evil force conquered | Manoj Kumar

Background

It was in year 1991-92, when I was quite young. Yes, though I was very young, yet I had quite a clear understanding of the affairs going around me. My father was in government job and suddenly he lost his job due to some reason(s) not known to me. He joined a private job in Delhi race course parking.breaking-chains
One day, he saw one idol under a tree in that area. Being religious, he opted to conduct occasional pooja (devotional rituals) to this idol, which later became quite a regular phenomenon. He would conduct pooja and would distribute prasad (consecrated food).

Beginning of our troubles

We did not notice any adverse affects in the beginning; however after some time, we observed that there was some spiritual force of that idol, which started overcoming him. The occasional manifestations of this evil force gradually became a regular event.
My father did not have any bad habits earlier but after those regular visits of the evil spirit, we saw him developing many habits including smoking, eating tobacco etc. He then started taking alcohol and later on became so habitual that he would even consume 4-5 bottles and it would not intoxicate him. Then those frequent fightings started happening in our house, which was not known to us earlier. Continue Reading

From Crime to Christ | Rajkumar Kataria

Background

My name is Rajkumar. I was born in the village Tatarpur of district Aligarh in year1967. I belong to a Hindu family. We are seven brothers and sisters in total. We are three brothers and 4 sisters, and i am sixth child to our parents. My elder brother Raghuwar Dayal was working in AMC Force. I remember, when I was 4 years old, my elder sister (Didi) and her husband (Bahnoi) adopted me.Rajkumar Kataria

Download testimony in hindi (PDF) | हिन्दी में गवाही डाउनलोड करें

I came to Delhi with them and lived quite long span of my life with them. They had no child till then and they loved me as if I was their own kid. They fulfilled all my requirements/desires as and when stated. As the days passed by, I grew up to know that at time my father was working in a Shipping Corporation as a guard. He also loved me a lot. In fact, Didi, Bahnoi, elder brother and love of my parents was so much in plenty for me that I would lack nothing. I was very active child. Right from the small age of 7-8, I started earning my pocket-money through some home-trades so I was independent to some extent to take my decisions on my own. Continue Reading

Hope for hopeless | Brijesh Chorotia

I have found God who is the source of true peace, love, joy, happiness, success and all heavenly blessings. I am enjoying my life much more than I did earlier. I have confidence and trust in God that HE LOVES ME.
Brijesh

My Testimonial

I was born in India of Hindu parents in February, 1977. I was educated in Jaipur till my graduation and did my post graduation from IIT-Roorkee, India in Earth Sciences in Applied Geology.

While I was in the college, I met a Hindu girl, who was a born again believer (Yeshu Bhakt). She shared the good news of God’s love through his Son Jesus Christ with me and gifted me a Gideon Bible. I did not read this book immediately but after a thorough analysis of various religious books and concluding that Bible is the only true word of God, I began to pray to this stranger God and study the Bible deeply.

I experienced a life-transforming encounter with the God.

Out of my early research of the religions and further study of the religious scriptures and eventually Bible, I formed few conclusions:

  • first, that all religions are same (ways devised by man to find and reach God by the means of our good deeds), good for learning the noble ways of living lives but difficult to practice due to its cumbersome rituals. I concluded that religion fails in helping us in meeting God;
  • second, that God is not a distant being who cannot be reached out even with so many efforts; rather He loves each one of us that He came down to meet us as a man, Jesus Christ, who lived with us, died for us and was resurrected to restore us into His heavenly kingdom, so that we may live with Him eternally.
  • thirdly, God is not angry and fierce God who will scare the life out of us and waiting to kill us for our sins but He is a loving God who cares and loves to the point that He sent his own son (incarnation) as human being to pay the price of our sins, redeem us from death (punishment) and reconcile us to God

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