Free Wheelchair Mission

After viewing the following video, God spoke powerfully to me through a conversation with Michael Bayer the Medical Director and Co-Founder of Free Wheelchair Mission. You’ll want to watch this video prior to reading further.

In most countries when parents have a crippled child, the child is viewed as a curse for their parents’ sin. The parents do most anything they can to change their image in the community by hiding or disposing of their child – their curse. As these Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and Islamic children age, they pray to their gods for relief from their shame and condition. When seated in their new wheelchair for the first time, their shame is replaced with joy; life fills their body. In this moment, Michael shares that sitting in their new wheelchair is the image of sitting in God’s loving hands. This loved child of God, then asks, “What god sent you?”

Michael responds, “Jesus did. Let me tell you about Him.”

After talking with Michael, I journaled, “Jesus what do you want me to do? I will do it. Figuratively, what wheelchair do you want me to bring to the people of NOVA? What do you want me to bring to the people living in NOVA that so significantly meets their needs that they ask the question, ‘What god sent you?'”

“Jesus did. Let me tell you about Him.”

 

 

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2 Responses

  1. i found this site as it auto linked to one of mine with key words and caught my attention. so i clicked over to the front page and read this. my response?

    WOW. what a message:
    “Jesus did. Let me tell you about Him.”

    that is amazing, thank you for sharing!

  2. Ruby,

    You are welcome. It is always good to tell the stories of what Jesus is revealing to me.

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