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

Apostles Update Week 33

Dear Friends,  
Double Impact 12 featured Pastor Silibaziso Madimutsa (Zimbabwe) and Pastor James Mutizwa (Russia). Pastor Madimutsa kicked off with the topic “ Strive for Righteousness” under the broad theme Kingdom of God. She was fleshing out that our mandate is that we need to learn to cleanse ourselves before God everyday in the same way that we wash our physical bodies 2 or even 3 times a day. The Word of God is our spiritual water for bathing, when it comes in our spiritual system it detoxifies us. In conclusion, active participation by us is required in striving for righteousness. The theme of the Kingdom of God continued with Pastor Mutizwa he was emphasizing that when we are in the kingdom of God we need to change our language and confess that we are well able. The one who is in us is greater than the one who is in the world. He also testified about the faithfulness of God who gave them a child after 20 years of waiting. Hallelujah!! He mentioned that God has given us keys, we can make declarations in our lives and they come to pass and he began to demonstrate this kingdom authority by rebuking sickness.
After Pastor De Haas taught last week, someone listened to the audio and was healed from an ear problem they had be having for a month and there is no more pain. Glory to God.
We give glory to the God of our father the servant and Apostle of God, Dr. Ezekiel Guti for His faithfulness towards us and our nation. Believers are testifying that they are praying more than ever before. Our Attendance for midweek services was 6 for prayer and 6 for Bible Study then for Sunday service we had 20. Please continue to pray for the growth of FIFMI St. Maarten and that we will find favor with God and man for our church building
We give thanks to the God of our father Apostle Ezekiel Guti who continues to strengthen the believers. We have gone back to our second lockdown stage meaning online services are back. The pastors made a strong follow up on believers praying for them and encouraging them during the course of the week. We thank God for the international Sunday and the message on the kingdom of God and His righteousness. Those who logged in testified how the messages are helping them to understand more about kingdom living. May you continue to pray for the church to be stronger and stronger.
We thank God for His grace in our nation as we continue with the morning devotion. It has been a blessed week followed by miracles. Friday we had Evangelist Michel Vhareta who preached powerfully such that as he was preaching many people were being healed. One lady testified that she was healed from a headache. We give glory to God. Sunday we had a powerful service. 31 people attended and 4 people received Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. Glory to God. We had one visitor and the saints had time to listen to the international Sunday Service, they were blessed with the life transforming word. Thank you for your prayers as you continue to pray for our nation.
We give all glory and honour to the God of our father who is protecting us from the storms during this hurricane season. Our weekly services saw much growth. Our launch of our Youth Ministry saw an attendance of 19 youths with 17 children in our young generation service. The Sunday service was powerful as the Holy Spirit moved among the congregation. We had an attendance of 44 persons.
Our father declared in his letter at the beginning of the year that 2020 will be a different year, we are Kingdom building through the lockdowns and social distancing. Our members have become even more dedicated to prayer as they see the hand of God working through prayer. Members joined in on the International Sunday Services while our service at the church venue had 22 in attendance. For the online service, Evangelist Eddy from the UK delivered a prophetic Word. One lady visited our service via Zoom from her hospital bed and testified how much the service had touched her. We thank God who keeps on hearing our prayers as we pray against storms and push the waters back to the sea like our father, Apostle Ezekiel Guti, taught us at the beginning of this year. Just this past week the storms changed paths from our island, Praise the Lord. We continue to pray for our own church building that God provide the funds.
Portmore – Several speakers from around the globe continued to minister and bless us during the week. Sunday we were blessed with the opportunity to listen to the first International service message from Pastor S. Madimutsa (Zim). Believers were encouraged to listen to the second message by Pastor J. Mutizwa (Russia) after church. Testimonies:
  • An Elder testified that he had a kidney problem and his Pastor prayed for him. He then went to the doctor to run some further tests and the results came back showing an improvement in his kidneys.
  • An Elder testified that because of the pandemic there had been a decline in her sales at her pharmacy. She then lifted her faith and went outside and began to pray for customers to come. She testified that for that day she made the highest sales that she had seen in a while. 
Montego bay - We continue to meet online during the week. This Saturday was extra special as we had our very 1st water baptism and six candidates got baptized. We were highly favoured by God as a private resort allowed us to use their facilities, free of charge, to have our baptism. Sunday service was so exciting as we celebrated the goodness of God. We heard powerful testimonies from those who got baptised. They expressed how they felt as if something had lifted off them and they were now feeling lighter. We had 12 adults (3 of them being visitors) and 4 children attending. We also had 3 persons viewing our live service online. Technical challenges prevented us from viewing the International broadcast. However God spoke powerfully through our Pastor. We thank you for always praying for us.
We want to thank the God of our father Ezekiel Guti for a very powerful mountain movers prayer this past weekend where we were encouraged by Dr. La-Verne Simukai. 200 gadgets were recorded to have logged onto Zoom, and until now the women here in UK are talking about it and praising God for this teaching on “The importance of Praying for our father and mother”. We thank God for this. Amen
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 everyday. Thanking God for giving them divine wisdom and insight. Thanking God that He continues to give them victory.
  2. Thanking God for ZEGU for grace to abound in implementing the vision and that they are able to get more professors that are needed. Thanking God that the new degree programs are released as this enables more students to join the university for the second semester.
  3. Thanking God for the Ezekiel Guti Prayer mountain and Deliverance Centre building floors and all other construction to be done the right way and that God intervenes in the process.
  4. Thanking God for MDH (Mbuya Dorcas Hospital) for grace to abound in implementing the vision.
  5. Thanking God who is preserving the saints around the world and protecting them from the Covid 19. Thanking God that people are not gripped with fear but put their trust in God. Thanking God for His healing power over those infected.
  6. Thanking God for the growth of the FIFMI churches around the globe whether people meet in the church building or at home. Thanking God that spiritual growth will continue to take place in people's lives.
  7. Thanking God for your nation.
Luke 2:36-37,” 36 Now there was one, Anna, a prophetess, the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Asher. She was of a great age, and had lived with a husband seven years from her virginity; 37 and this woman was a widow of about eighty-four years, who did not depart from the temple, but served God with fastings and prayers night and day. 38 And coming in that instant she gave thanks to the Lord, and spoke of Him to all those who looked for redemption in Jerusalem.
What a blessed woman. When she got married, they only lived for 7 years together with her husband and he passed away. This widow, did not decide just to stay in tears and feel pity upon herself. We hear that she did not depart from the temple but served God with fastings and prayers night and day. You are the temple of God and if you cause your spirit to serve God in fastings and prayer, it means you will be able to or be ready to pray all the time...........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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