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They that go up in their own estimation must come down again by God's discipline

Tuesday, August 4, 2015


    Well, as we all know, this life is full of problems. And
so after a time of great rejoicing in the presence of God for His mighty deliverance, the children of Israel were soon confronted with another problem. Having left the shores of the Red Sea, they found themselves in the middle of nowhere: the wilderness of Shur. And to top it off, there was no water to drink. Finally, after journeying for three days, they sighted water. What a relief! As the thirsty pilgrims through both good times and bad, mountain tops and deep,dark valleys, bitter trials and sweet experiences. Yes, we will go through times where we don’t understand what God is doing; but let us remember that in it all, God has a beauti-ful work to do in our lives. His promise to us is that He willmake “all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose” (Rom 8:28). In other words, even the bad will be turned
into something good in the lives of God’s people. The most bitter trials that we have to endure will end up producing something very sweet in our lives. The worst will be turned into the best, the saddest will be changed to the happiest,all when we learn to cry out to our God, and allow Him to show His mighty hand in our lives. In these last days,we are going to see His hand move on our behalf such as never before. Therefore, let us look to Him, listen to His
voice, and believe. We will certainly see His glory.

Friday, July 31, 2015

Pentecostal Mission New Deputy Chief Pastor

Pastor Abraham who was serving the Lord in United Kingdom is the new Deputy Chief Pastor of The Pentecostal Mission. The present Chief Pastors of Pentecostal Mission  as on 31-July- 2015 are as follow:-
Stephen Natarajan-Chief Pastor
Abraham Mathew [Deputy Chief Pastor]
G.Jayam [Deputy Assistant Cheif Pastor]

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Pastor Wesley -Father of Many Nations

Pastor Wesly Peter was  a great Sheperd, Apostle,leader & great commander of christ. He started his minisitry in the year 1974 in  his young age. In the beginning he was selected to help cheif pastors and mastered to drive the pastors and chief pastors Car .He had a great experince of learning from Pas. A.C.Thomas and  pas. Jacob Ratnasingham in beginning of his ministry. In 1988 He was promoted to Pastor.Pastor wesly served God in diffrent places in India,Malaysia,United Kingdom and U.S.A.While Serving the lord in united states in 2004 he was transfered to chennai,India to assist the Cheif Pastors and in 2006 he was taken charge as Deputy chief pastor and in 2014 he took the charge of the church as chief pastor. Through out his life during his minsitry  he had a divine wisdom and guideance by the spirit of god. He was a wonderful minister with great comander throught out his minisitry. He has certain outstanding qualities such as an apostle,A shepered,obiedient,A prayer warrier,compassionate and simple. From the beginning to the end of his life ,he never murmered or complaint on any thing . His ending was marvellous with singing and praising.His departure is great Loss for the church. . The funeral Service will be held later . Updates will follow:

Funeral Update: Funeral Service Expected to held on 31st July 2015 at TPM Headquarters Irumbuliyur at 10:00 am

Thursday, July 23, 2015


Pentecostal Mission Chief Pastor,Pas.Wesley Peter(62 yrs),entered into Glory at Universal Pentecostal Church (UPC) – Great Britain  Brixton(london)  by 10:10 Pm(india) (17:40 UK Time)after 41 years of Ministry in diffrent parts of India,Malaysia,Uk,France. Funeral will be held at The Pentecostal Mission Head quarter (Irubuliyoor,Chennai , India) later. Praise for all the Wonderful blessing recieved upon us through the life of Pastor.
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Bring relief in deepest straits;

Prayer can force a passage through

Iron bars and brazen gates.


I stood alone at the bar of God,

In the hush of the twilight dim,

And faced the question that pierced my heart,

“What will you do with Him?”

“Crowned or crucified? Which shall it be?”

No other choice was offered to me.

I looked on the face so marred with tears

That were shed in His agony

The look in His kind eyes broke my heart,

‘Twas full of love for me.

“The Crown or the Cross,” His eyes seemed to say;

“For or against Me, choose thou today.”

He whispered so tenderly to me;

While He pleadingly said, “Obey!”

“Make Me thy choice, for I love thee so!”

And I could not say Him nay.

Crowned, not crucified — this must it be;

No other way was open to me.

I knelt in tears at the feet of Christ,

In the hush of the twilight dim,

And all that I was, hoped, or sought,

Surrendered unto Him.

Crowned, not crucified — my heart shall know

No king but Christ, who loveth me so.

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