Our dear sister Abhi left the safe home this month; she has started her own small tailor shop and now she is strong and confident to stand on her own feet. We are very glad for her and we thank God for bringing her this far, guiding in her every way. She came to Safe Nepal three years ago. She was on her deathbed when we met her; because of her HIV she was very sick and her health was going down. She had no one to look after her. Her husband was sentenced to prison for raping a girl child, and he had transmitted HIV to her. She had no hope and was waiting for death.
Even in her dark period God was watching over her. He had a plan for her, so we brought her to the safe house and encouraged her in day-to-day life. She learned tailoring skills as well. We sent her to Bible school where she received four months of Bible training. After that she was actively involved in church ministry among women. Now after three years, we see a complete transformation in her life. She herself does not believe that she is the same person who was on her death bed losing hope for life.
Now she sees her future. She wants to be an example to many ladies who think they are weak and can do anything. She is thankful to God and all Safe Nepal families and all prayer partners for always keeping her in their prayers. She is still taking medicine for HIV because it’s not a curable disease. But she believes one day God will heal her completely. We request all of you to continue to pray for sister Abhi and her health and also for the tailoring shop she is running.
Please uphold all these ladies in your prayer, who are now no more living inside the safe house: Abhi, Sharan, Amala, Tara, Nisha, Geetika, Lalita, Ruchira, Daya, Koseli, Rusha, Madhur. All these ladies are re-established back to their family and society.