WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA) –Discussing the life of a widow named, Amey and her family who, through a life exposed to lack, danger and desperation, found refuge in God’s grace who provides all that they needed, business, protection, peace and joy.
Riots swept through the small village, bringing upheaval in every way. Those behind the riots began to extort every local business, attempting to further their cause. Gair, as a dry-fish vendor, was one of them. The activists gave him an ultimatum: Pay a sum upwards of $60,000 or face the consequences. Gair refused; he did not have the money. He was murdered in his own house. He left behind a wife and four daughters. Amey, Gair’s widow, wondered what to do.
Left Adrift, Unsafe
“I had to go through lots of problems after my husband passed away,” Amey recalled. “I had to protect my children.”
To ensure her daughters’ safety and future, Amey began to sell her belongings.
“Our economic situation went from bad to worse and most of our house belongings had to be sold,” Amey shared. “I was mentally drained …”
When money ran out and there was no more to sell, Amey decided to revive her husband’s business. Things started to look up as the business began to thrive.
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