Founded by Apostle Dr. Ezekiel H. Guti: Over 50 Years and Moving On

Apostles Update Week 5

Dear Friends,  
 
 
INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY LIVE BROADCAST
Pastor Glenda Gombakomba (South Africa) kicked off the second edition of the International Sunday Live broadcasts with “The Power of Trusting in the Word of God”. She began by highlighting that we are living in a time where our foundations are badly shaken, however, if you have the Word of God with you it is going to be a strong foundation when times are hard. All the things we need are in the Word of God healing, prosperity, whatever you can think of. She testified of a chronic heart condition she suffered from and how the only healing scripture she knew destroyed the work of the devil in her life and she was completely healed. We must use it as a sword against the enemy and it also has creative power, creating things from nothing. She ended by encouraging the audience to use the Word of God to create what you need in your life be it healing, peace or finances.
 
MOROCCO
We give the glory to the God of our Father Apostle Ezekiel H. Guti for the continuing growth of the church in Morocco. Thank you for your prayers. We had a powerful service on Sunday which was attended by 33 adults and 10 children. 6 other adults joined the service online. There was joy as 4 individuals gave their lives to Christ. One lady testified of how God healed her from a chest and back ailment after she had been prayed for. Our 2 midweek prayer meetings and 4 Bible study groups were well attended. The church was greatly encouraged by the teachings of Pastors Enoch and Virginia Tigere from the UK during our online Bible study on Wednesday and online prayer meeting on Friday.
 
ST MAARTEN
We give glory to the God of our Father, the Servant and Apostle of God, Professor Ezekiel Guti for His goodness towards the people in this island. This week has been an amazing week for us as we continue with our powerful morning glory Monday to Friday with an attendance of 5. Sunday 's worship service and Holy Communion was powerful, and was a great combination, as our Deacon spoke about times of refreshment, there after we were refreshed as we took part in Holy Communion together. We continue with our regular weekly events and request your prayers for the continued growth of our Church and that God will make a way for missionaries to come in to strengthen the work of God here in St. Maarten.
 
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
We want to thank God who is keeping us and causing us to grow in Him. We are seeing the grace of God during midweek prayers with believers attending the prayers. Friday service was powerful and 3 visitors managed to log in. The Word was powerful accompanied with accurate prophecies that strengthened the church. We held a powerful service on Sunday and also managed to play the international Sunday service then we sent the preaching to those who weren’t able to attend the church service. Indeed we were blessed thank you for your prayers
 
GUYANA
We want to thank the God of our Father Apostle Ezekiel H. Guti for His faithfulness to His children. We had a blessed week. The women had a Powerful Tuesday prayer with 9 ladies in attendance. Our online Friday service was well attended with 20 people and the church was encouraged with the Word of God by our Pastor. On Sunday the service was something else, 54 believers came to church and 2 visitors gave their lives to Jesus Christ. We saw the hand of God in action, sick people were prayed for, and one lady was healed from chest pain. We give God almighty all the glory for His favour upon His people.
 
ST KITTS & NEVIS
Nevis -We thank God we are not locked down from God and more than ever in-tune with the Holy Spirit as we stay focused on our God. Our midweek activities were energized this past week as Our Pastor held Bible study at our church and many members showed up. This was the first Mid-week Bible Study in church since we went on lockdown and members really enjoyed the feeling of camaraderie and feel of getting together at church again for midweek activities. Our prayer groups logged on and prayed on Monday and Friday night for corporate prayer as we continue to focus on prayer for those experiencing illness, loss of jobs, financial difficulties and praying for our members. The Word was centred on forgiveness and we thank God for FIFMI and its teachings. Our prayer continues for an increase in membership, development of our Children's Ministry and building our own church.
 
BARBADOS
We thank the God of our Father Apostle Ezekiel Guti for His grace and faithfulness. We are on lockdown once again but believers are more resilient and are persistently engaged in praying for our Nation as we go through the 2nd phase of this pandemic and we trust God as we hold on to His promises. Believers meet on line for prayer every day in the mornings and evenings and the numbers have really increased. We have indeed seen the hand of God working in our nation as more people are recovering from Covid 19. We are thankful for what God is doing in Barbados as we continue to pray. Sunday Service was awesome, followed by a powerful ministry of the Word by Pastor Hilary Mwale's message on the Power of Promise. Many believers were encouraged and received their healing and deliverance from depression and fear. We thank you for your prayers.
 
BELIZE
Mango Creek/Punta Gorda- This week we had our services online and our week night services were well attended. Ladies meeting was attended by 14 women online. Our Sunday service had 24 persons online and our children’s church had 16 children online. Pastor Elizabeth preached on the importance of the Word of God while Pastor Helen has been speaking with the Police Cadet Girls for the past 3 weeks, each week has yielded 6 souls that received Jesus Christ. She taught from the book written by Apostle Ezekiel.H Guti entitled Girls. Here are some testimonies:
  • One person said that ever since they started with FIF her life has never been the same. She prays differently and reads the Word with more understanding.
  • Another said that she has grown so much and learnt so much about being a Christian more than she's learnt in many years of being a Christian.  
JAMAICA
Last Sunday, we concluded our 31 days of prayer and fasting with a combined service. The service was filled with joy as people testified how God has kept them during the fast and he continues to reveal Himself to them. Many believers were filled and refilled with the Holy Spirit. This week we went back to our regular mid-week services which were well attended. On Friday Pastor Misheck Munyonga (Zim) encouraged us to not fear or lose hope but to let God lead us. On Sunday, the Portmore Assembly had 30 people in attendance. The testimonies were as follows:
  • A Deaconess was involved in a car accident last week Sunday and sustained some injuries but after Overseer prayed for her and she went to the doctor. The next day she was able to stand.
  • Another Deaconess testified that during the 31 days of fasting the Lord revealed some past sins that she had committed and she had to repent to God in tears. Her spiritual eyes were also opened.
  • A new believer testified that his car was stolen last month and the thieves were telling him to pay money to get back his car. After consulting the Overseer and being advised to pray. The thieves called him back to come for his car. 
This week:
  1. Thanking God for the Servant and Apostles of God, Prof Ezekiel H. & Dr. Eunor Guti that He continues to give them supernatural strength and protect them everyday. May He give them wisdom and as the work continues to grow.
  2. Thanking God that His Angel encamps round about those who fear Him and protects the saints around the world from Covid-19 and removes the spirit of fear. Thanking God that He will continue to heal those who are infected. May the Holy Spirit comfort those who've lost loved ones.
  3. Thanking God for the growth of the FIFMI churches around the globe in 2021. Thanking God for the registration process of FIFMI Morocco
  4. Thanking God for good rains and not floods in this rainy season.
  5. Thanking God for your nation.
 
   TEACHING:  PART OF BABA & AMAI'S MESSAGE
 
Our character is what people know about us, not what we think of ourselves. This is true what I am saying. Female pastors, your character should feed you and not what you get from the office. If you have a character of Jesus, He will feed you. You were hating Overseers and Bishops because you did not know that people know you. Me I changed when I heard people don’t like me because I don’t smile and converse with them. People know you by your character, people know us more than we know ourselves. Don’t argue with people. What you think of yourself is not outside, but your character is outside. How come the grave 3 people saw it differently in John 20?.....TO BE CONTINUED. God bless you. 
 
We love you and are praying for you,
Drs Steve & La-Verne Simukai
ZAOGA Forward In Faith Ministries Int.
+263 777 282 356, +263 777 282 092
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