The patrons of the Word to World Television flocked to the weeklong Maramon Convention – the biggest Christian convention of Asia from different parts of the world, for the promotion of their own beloved television Channel “Word to World”. They made history in the 121 year existence of the convention by reaching the message and vision of the Word to World Television to the hundreds of thousands of people swarming the banks of the great river Pamba.
Fluttering like butterflies in their Yellow or Blue uniforms, they found their way to all people, old and young ,men and woman alike on every road and lane leading to the convention handing out sun shades, hand fans and copies of Word Vision and Bible Times. Neither the scorching sun nor the long walks or even the continuous standing could dampen their spirits. The epitome of each day’s activity was the spirit filled praise session of the patrons proclaiming the glory of the almighty God. It touched the hearts of thousands who were returning from the convention. It brought everything to a standstill – the buses, cars, and the traveling pilgrims. Police came in several times to keep the crowd moving who stood spellbound at the heavenly melodies… History was being made, as never before had a television channel yet to begin its regular broadcasts, gone into the hearts of the people.
This journey started when my heavenly Father commanded me after the glorious 72 hour fasting prayer at New York to go to Maramon convention and conquer it. It seemed an impossible task as only about 20 days were left for the convention. The premises for stalls at Maramon were all sold out well in advance…. It was difficult for our brethren worldwide to come to the convention as they had all taken all their vacation to attend the annual fasting prayer…. I was in New York and there were none around to go ahead with the massive preparation to fulfill God’s command.
But I was sure of one thing. My commander, the Lord of hosts had supreme confidence in me and thus He had commanded me to go and conquer the ocean of souls that would gather at Maramon. He led me and His own people whom He had brought to be with me from Canada, The Middle East and India, every moment – every day and at the end to hoist His flag. Julius Caesar upon his conquest of Asia Minor had famously said “Veni Vedi Vici” – meaning “I came, I saw and I conquered. So too, the patrons of Word to World Television who came to Maramon can lift His banner high and proclaim We Came, We Saw, We Conquered.
PRAISE THE LORD