Khem is the son of a Hindu priest. As a young man, he followed the Hindu tradition together with his family. Shortly after the Lord saved him in 2003, he went to study at a Bible institute in India and then returned to Nepal to begin a church plant in an unreached village. He continues to pastor this church.
Warm greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. By God’s grace, the church services and the cottage meetings are going well. Following the church services, I have been teaching from the book The One True God, and we recently studied the subject of “God’s Perfect Will.” We were encouraged to consider the truth that God has a perfect will because of His holy character. He has shown His will in His infallible Scriptures. As children of God, we must submit ourselves to His will and trust Him confidently.
This month, I had the opportunity to visit Gangi and Dili in Gabu Dada. Neither of them is able to attend the church services due to their physical health. I encouraged them from Revelation 21:1-9 that God will give an eternal dwelling place to His children, where we will have fellowship with Him forever. They were encouraged and rejoiced in the Lord while hearing this message.
I also visited Mr. Ran and his wife. They are members of the church, but they had not been attending the church services regularly. I reminded them about the dangerous consequences of sins, and I also pointed to God’s love toward us, demonstrated in His provision of a way of salvation through His Son Jesus Christ. I encouraged them to continue weekly fellowship. I thank God for helping them to accept this counsel, for they have since been attending the church services regularly.
I give thanks to God that He continues to strengthen and enable me in His grace for His glorious gospel ministry.
Pray for the spiritual growth of Mr. Ran and his family. Pray for Gangi and Dili’s health, and pray that their faith might be strengthened in the Lord. Thanks be to God for His guidance in ministry; please pray that I would grow deeper in knowing Him, that I might do more effective ministry.