Tapping into Living Water
One Indian Hindu man’s choice to follow Jesus led to others to His “living water”. Discover what happened next. Nagu is a young farmer in rural India, born and brought up as a Hindu.
Nagu Finds Living Water
Nagu’s heart was touched.He quickly accepted Jesus Christ as His Savior.
He then invited the disciple-makers to stay in his home while they continued their outreach in the area.
Nagu’s choice to follow Jesus and host these Christians was not popular with his neighbors. They began persecuting and harassing him. They kept him from coming into the village or selling his farm produce at the market. He was forced to take it some distance to another town to sell.
Nagu Digs A Well
Even more devastating, his access to the village water was cut off. He couldn’t get water to drink, wash, and more importantly, water his crops. But Nagu refused to give up on his faith in Jesus.
Nagu shared this need with the young people who had first told him about Jesus and they agreed to pray that God would provide a solution to his need.
What Nagu needed was a well.
He had no money to hire a well-digging company or rent any equipment to do it himself. He would have to dig by hand. In the hard ground in his area, it’s usually 400-500 feet down before one strikes water.
But Nagu started digging. He and his family prayed and dug. The disciple-makers prayed too.
At about 8 feet, Nagu hit water!
God Answers Nagu’s Prayer
God miraculously answered his prayer. Impossible gave way to Gods miraculous power!
The risks are still high, however. Nagu knows that being baptized as a follower of Jesus puts his life on the line but he’s also seen God work powerfully on behalf of those who call on Him.
Now he has a wonderful testimony to share with others still waiting to hear the Good News!
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