Delhi is India’s national capital territory and one of the largest cities in the world. Delhi consists of two components: Old Delhi, the historic city in the north dating to the 1600s, and New Delhi, India’s capital.
In Old Delhi stands the imposing Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India, and Jama Masjid, the city’s principal mosque, whose courtyard accommodates 25,000 people.
The city can be chaotic and calm. Streets designed for four lanes are frequently crowded with seven vehicles abreast, yet it is common to see cows wandering on the side of the road.
“A widow in our area came to faith in Jesus and started a small fellowship in her home. A couple with twin boys joined the group. One of the boys had been normal until he was three, then became possessed by a spirit and unable to speak.”
“We began to pray for this boy. Every week a new demon came out of him. During our worship times, we often said, ‘Hallelujah.’ When the mute boy began to speak, his first sounds were bits of ‘Hallelujah.’ Then he began to speak the whole word and soon was speaking normally. He had been completely healed!”
“The news of his healing spread like wildfire, and people started coming to the widow’s house for prayer and healing. The fellowship had a fresh beginning and doubled within the next two months.”