It rained the whole day. But everything was set up for the outreach, so Bijaya and his team kept driving in the early cold morning, trusting that God was in control.
They drove up a dirt mountain road using four-wheel drive to navigate the saturated roads. They trusted God to hold the rain and make the roads navigatable. This is what happens when you focus on ministering to remote villages in the mountainous regions of Nepal.
Ministry on the Mountain
It was a long day, but Bijaya and his team made it safely to the top of the mountain, where they preached the gospel to 200 people. They also gave out blankets as a loving gesture to those they were sharing with.
A Hindu devotee even came to the meetings with his blind wife from a far away village and heard the gospel. And a number of Hindus and Buddhists from other villages were able to come, including a fishermen tribe. Praise God.
God Kept the Rain
The team took their time on the mountain and at just the right moment, God kept the rain until they got down safely. And then it started to pour, Bijaya said.
We just kept praising God for His kind hand upon us.
With many more villages to reach with the gospel, Bijaya asks you to pray that God would send more workers into the harvest field in Nepal.