Dear Pastor Wright,
We rejoice to inform you about our new house named *GILGAL. It was on 14th July 2021 late afternoon we moved into Gilgal. If you remember, How God was faithful, gracious and upheld us to lead us to Gilgal (the new house).
God’s Protection & Help: Shifting a house is always tiresome. It took nearly 15 to 16 days of continuous effort, and at last on 14th July we made it.
Trials, Pain & Miracles: Our physical bodies were stretched to an extent that we couldn’t work but fell asleep during late hours of packing. A day before shifting we had to come over and clean the house, suddenly a swarm of bees stinged me on the knee & hand, yet in pain we drove to make the house clean. Night before the shift the car’s engine broke down. I heard a loud noise from the engine & gear lever didn’t work, I rushed to find a mechanic, while he inspected the car, he found no fault. While we drove along with the truck, suddenly we heard the sound of a blast in the car. We pulled over to inspect, just to find our back car window broken into pieces. What was this all about? Just a coincidence? Can someone pray for us?
Moving into Gilgal has given us peace in the family, joy in our hearts, above all new passion to serve Christ. We sense this shifting as a prophetic move. The other day, the house owner visited us & completed all the paperwork. I requested him to pray for us while he left, “And his prayer for us was an amazing prayer of a good believer, many doors of ministry to open, finding favor, to use us mightily in His Kingdom, meet all our needs, house be a blessing, and that we find peace, joy & happiness in this house”.
We’re unpacking things, and have almost done it. Our internet is in place, things needed have been put in place. The spacious Gilgal has given everyone the best, we’re believing in new things: a bed for us to sleep on, a moving computer table, a good rolling chair, sofa set in the living room & a power backup.
We’re ready for Zoom Meetings & Online Services from Gilgal. 1 Samuel 7:12 He named it Ebenezer, saying, “Thus far the Lord has helped us.”
We as a family along with our elderly parents thank you Pastor Wright for your prayers, help & financial support, “We couldn’t have done it without you, your gifts have made it possible for us to move into Gilgal.” We’re continually praying for God’s protection, favor & divine health.
Yours in His Service,
Pastor Peter Pal
*Gilgal was a place of memorial for the Israelites, to remind them of what God had done. After miraculously crossing the Jordan River into the Promised Land, the Israelites set up twelve stones taken from the river, representing the twelve tribes, to serve as a reminder to the children of Israel (Joshua 4:19–20). The stones at Gilgal would remind the Israelites and their descendants of the power of God and how He had dried up the Jordan River so they could walk through it, just as He had done to the Red Sea (Joshua 4:21–24). The stones at Gilgal would serve a teaching purpose to the younger generation, so that they too could remember what the Lord had done for them (Joshua 4:21–22).