He Careth For You

7 Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.

1 Peter 5:7

This website is now available in four languages: English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. The word is slowly getting out about the translations, and people around the world are receiving the blessings. A testimony translated into French from August, 2016 is what encouraged this brother from Congo to have faith for a widow and her children. He told the sister that her testimony would be published for all to see, if she would just believe. Here is that testimony. 

The day I downloaded and read the article that was published in French, on August 15th, 2016, Restez en place (Stand Still), it reflected what was happening here in Kisangani as the Head of State decided to demolish all the homes around the SIM-SIMI military airport.

A widow, our Sister Matili who believes this Message, had a house that was most likely a part of the zone that was going to be demolished. She had just started living in the house following the passing away of her husband in November 2015. You can imagine the sadness and concern she had, with her many fatherless children, not knowing where to go or what to do. It was a decision given by a high-placed person of the country.

But reading this article, I was lead to tell the sister that she should stand still and that I would personally write Brother Joseph Branham the testimony to publish on the branham.org website. The sister was hesitant, but I kept on sending her messages. Even the Quote Of The Day in the following days continued to give me an assurance that I was right in telling her what I said, and my wife also went to encourage her with the same things I had told her. But at this point the sister barely believed what my wife told her.

I ran into her one day and she was looking for a house to rent somewhere. I encouraged her to believe and told her nothing would happen to her, but it was still without effect. Finally, the demolition project kept on going and the sister brought some of her belongings to our house, despite everything we said to her, and she got to the point that she left her house with almost all of her belongings to live in the house of someone from church. But one morning the policemen determined the limit where the demolition would stop, and they put it right in front of her house. Her house was spared from being demolished. Even some of the neighbors that had left came back and the sister is now calm with her children.

One time that she was at our house, I said, “Sister, you see, you want me to testify as I promised?” She smiled.

Our God is ALIVE and REAL.

God bless you, as you read this from your brother in Christ,

Damate Dieudonné

Kisangani, DRC