Sims Circuit Praise Report From Zambia
“How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, who proclaims peace, who brings glad tidings of good things, who proclaims salvation, who says to Zion,’Your God reigns’!” – Isaiah 52:7 (KJV)
Greetings from the Motorcycle Sunday School Missions (MSSM) office! The Lord continues to work wonders through Sunday Schools taught worldwide. It’s always encouraging to see new stories in our monthly reports. We ask that you be praying diligently for the Circuit Riders who travel and teach non-stop for this ministry. The MSSM office has a new warehouse that was built on property, where various supplies are stored. Throughout the year these items are organized and packed to be delivered to overseas bases and distributed to the schools. The Lord’s been faithful over the years. Through His providence alone this ministry has blossomed. Over 40 Sunday Schools need sponsorship in order for new circuits to kickoff. Please continue praying for the production of the new Circuit Rider Band. Auditions have been extended to April 26th. The search continues for any willing to dedicate their time and musical talents for the purpose of promoting and sharing MSSM and the Gospel message. It’s magnificent to see people proclaim the Good News whether they’re in Africa, Asia, or here in the states. Visit the website https://www.facebook.com/ motorcyclesundayschoolmission for more news! Our gracious Heavenly Father will watch over and bless you through fellowship with Him.
I would like to share with you a recent story from the MSSM circuit. This was sent to us by Steve Kasoma on the Sims Circuit.
One young boy by the name of Makoza is 8 years old. This boy is very clever, but since he was born he never walked. In the eight years he had never walked. He can stand, but he cannot make a step. His legs were strong and he was crawling and he was growing. But he didn’t walk. One bright Sunday afternoon Makoza was sick and his mother brought him to Sunday School to get him some medicine. Before we gave any to him, we prayed for him. While we were praying he started crying loudly. He shouted, “It is going to kill me. It’s going to kill me!” We asked him, “What is going to kill you?” He was not answering. Then he said, “It is gone.” We gave him the medicine.The following day, Monday morning, the mother went to the field for weeding and when she came home she found Makoza walking around. She failed to believe her eyes. She said that she went out quickly from the bedroom holding her head and when she went back again, he followed her out. She was crying and called her neighbors to come and see what the Lord has done. “I thought maybe it is for a moment. But it is permanent,” she said. She went to our Sunday School secretary to get our cellphone numbers and she called us to share the good news. We praise God and thanked Him together.