The sun had not yet illuminated the day, but Rahi was awake and on his knees. Every morning, he spent an hour talking with the Creator of the universe, His Savior, about all the things stored in his heart: family, ministry, personal needs and desires, the believers in his churches. Then he spent another hour in God’s Word, meditating and seeking the Lord’s will for his day and ministry.
In those sacred hours of the very early mornings, Rahi drew strength.
Sense of Urgency
Rahi has been serving the Lord as a GFA-supported worker for about 15 years. He started off as a film-team member, going from village to village in his home state to show movies about the life of Jesus.
“I had that sense of urgency in my heart that I should go and [share Christ’s love] to many people,” Rahi says.
“I had that sense of urgency in my heart that I should go and [share Christ’s love] to many people”—Pastor Rahi
He watched the Lord touch people’s lives as they saw Christ’s love for humanity displayed on the screen. People would weep and confess their sins; a few even decided they wanted to serve the Lord full time. Seeing how the Lord used him in a powerful way encouraged Rahi.
Throughout his time serving in film ministry, he and his team faced opposition for showing movies about Jesus, but Rahi believed doing the Lord’s work far surpassed any momentary afflictions.
Learn more aboutFilm Ministry in Asia, as films on the life of Jesus have proven to be one of the best ways to let people in Asia know about the sacrificial love of God.
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