A Women’s Fellowship group relying on the Lord in prayer.

Because of this physical evidence of God’s love for her, Keyuri entrusted her life to Christ.

Keyuri Dhuphar lives in the hills of a rural farming community. For many years she suffered from paralysis—but even more so from the emotional pain of her husband’s neglect.

Even though her condition declined, Keyuri’s husband refused to buy her medicine or look for treatment. She lived a life devoid of comfort until the day Sanjula Eguri, a member of a Gospel for Asia Women’s Fellowship team, came to her village. Sister Sanjula and her team were distributing Gospel tracts and visiting homes when they met Keyuri, lying helpless on her sickbed. Moved with compassion for her, the women bought Keyuri medicine and gave her some money for treatment.

The team also prayed for Keyuri’s healing. The Lord honored their request, and He completely healed Keyuri, enabling her to walk again. Because of this physical evidence of God’s love for her, Keyuri entrusted her life to Christ.

She continues to endure emotional agony from her husband—who often harasses her physically—but she is most concerned for his spiritual health.

Keyuri asks for prayer for the salvation of her husband and their two daughters, and for God’s leading in her own life.