Tape Service

The Voice of Malachi 4:5 is calling in the highways and byways, and God’s children are answering that call.

Brother Saidi, VGR Malawi Office Manager, recently had a tape service in a remote area of Malawi, called Gwaza. Here is his report.

Remote areas with inherit poor road networks are inaccessible. People in these places are most of the times forgotten and not regarded as important, especially during the rainy season.

Gwaza, in Zomba district of Malawi, is good example of such an area. Probably very few people that live in town have ever heard of this place. It is miles away from civilization. Praise God, the Message is for all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call.

After some brothers had preached at a funeral in this area some time back, calls for a followup meeting continued coming from the villagers, and immediately I was approached on the same. I did not hesitate but made a decision to go and play a tape for these forgotten people. The roads to get to the area are very bad, but all the same, we had to go where God wanted us to go.

We had tape meetings beginning Saturday, and we finished on Sunday. We sat under a very old Amalula tree, probably over 80 years old. The tree gave us a good shelter for the meetings, and at night it also provided a good shelter for our sleep.

I just borrowed a Samson battery powered PA system and played the Voice of God through His prophet. The Voice always makes a difference, and by the grace of God, 17 souls were baptized in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

It was a privilege to introduce the prophet sent from God to these bush people. This was the first time since the creation of the world that the Voice of God was heard in this area. It was God talking again to His people through His prophet, Brother William Branham. The impact of it surpasses everything that one can imagine.

Thank you and God bless you.

Bro. Saidi

VGR Malawi