Bahar and his paternal uncle, Navi, traveled to a faraway province in their South Asian country in search of work.
Not long after arriving, they had a dispute with some local people. Because Bahar and Navi were poor migrant workers who spoke a different language, they were handed over to corrupt officials. They were immediately thrown into slavery and forced to work long hours.
They were beaten daily and told they would be killed and chopped up into pieces if they didn’t obey.
For 45 days, Bahar and Navi prayed to their Hindu gods, pleading to be released from their slavery. But nothing happened.
Then Bahar said, “I have heard of someone named Jesus, and that if people pray in his name, he answers them.” So they started praying to Jesus, asking him to make a way for their escape. Jesus immediately spoke to them and told them he would rescue them. He told them which day to leave, how to escape, and where to go. Encouraged, they began to pray more earnestly. Six days later, on the exact day Jesus had said, they were able to escape and begin the journey home! Bahar and Navi knew Jesus had saved them.
Don’t miss part two next week.
Once from Prision, Once from Hunger, Once from Sin (Part 2)
House Raids and Interrogations
The Spiritual Warfare Increased
House Parties Building Kingdom Relationships
Caught Between the Lions and the Lambs