Seeing Jesus

After this Jesus revealed himself again to the disciples by the Sea of Tiberias, and he revealed himself in this way… (John 21:1)

Miu is a elderly Shan grandma who is a widow with no children. She lives alone and with no income. Her daily pilgrimage to the Buddhist temple did not relieve her feelings of loneliness. One night this last year, when she was already asleep and the door was locked, a man in shining white clothes, with white hair came into her room and the room was brightly lit up. When she asked him who he was, he said that he was the Lord Jesus Christ. He sat on her bed and told her that he sees her and loves her. She was amazed that he spoke to her in Shan. He promised that he would come and visit her again.

Lord we ask that Miu’s faith and understanding of Jesus will continue to grow and be strengthened, despite harassment from her village headman.

Lord for those Shan that are being persecuted we pray for:
  • Boldness

  • Encouragement

  • Power of the Holy Spirit

  • No fear of man, only fear of God

  • Protection

Jesus reveal yourself to the Shan through:
  • Dreams

  • Miracles

  • Healings

  • Deliverance from demons

  • Visions


Image: Michael Woo

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