“Saints, the word of God is ever true! Even in the midst of the storms of Life, when all hope seems oblique, God is ALWAYS there to turn your sorrow into joy. For our circumstances to be transformed to the glory of God, we must answer two simple questions for ourselves:
1- Are we willing to receive and believe in Him?
2- Are we willing to yield to the voice of God?
If you answered, “Yes!” to both questions, then get ready for the unveiling of your God given destiny. The impossible will become possible with my God!”
— Kash Elijah
3 He heals the brokenhearted And binds up their wounds. 4 He counts the number of the stars; He calls them all by name. 5 Great is our Lord, and mighty in power; His understanding is infinite.
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About Kash Elijah…
Kash Elijah comes from a Sunni Muslim family of six with him being the youngest. He was disobedient to his immediate seniors, rebellious, did his own thing, and had the world to himself. He was conformed to the ways and things of this world which he loved. But deep inside, he always felt that there was more to life than what he was doing and yet still led an unrepentant sinful life. Therefore he was not at peace within himself. He wasn’t living a blissful life of peace, joy and purpose.
He had embarked on a journey to mock Christians, be verbally abusive and tell people that the Bible was only made to fit a Christian’s lifestyle. He would arrogantly proclaim that the Bible itself was contradictory and it had been edited many times and question, “How can God have a Son?” When he was in High School, he wanted to bring down the Christians, so he paid a Muslim friend of his back in High School to write his English I.S.U. (Independent Study Unit) on how the Holy Quran is more superior to the Holy Bible. And time to time when he would see a man with long hair and a beard, he would laugh and say scornfully, “Oh look! There goes Jesus”. In 1997, he said to a friend of his, “I don’t care if my kids become Christians, as long as they don’t tell me that Jesus is the son of God”. Kash Elijah said and did many things not realizing that God Almighty who knows all and sees all had a plan for his life and for the generation after him.
When Apostle Paul was on his way to Damascus, he met Christ there and a change had been made because Christ had revealed Himself to him. And yes, Jesus Christ met Kash Elijah as well and an extravagant changed occurred. And now he shouts out and testifies with praises and thanks giving that, “Jesus Christ is my Lord and Saviour. He is the true bread of life, He is my Resurrection. To Him be the glory forever and ever!” For the word of God says in:
2 Corinthians 5:17
17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!
Today, Kash Elijah is an anointed ordained vessel and a servant of Jesus Christ by the will of God the Father. He is a dynamic evangelist and founder of “Yes, He’s Alive International Ministries”. He is dedicated in revealing to the lost, the hurt, the brokenhearted, the sick, the message of repentance and salvation through Jesus Christ. In addition, Kash Elijah has a heart for Revival and reveal the limitless love of the Father in Heaven, His divine mercy, goodness, divine blessings and protection so that those who are held captive with yoke of bondages, oppression, depression and are in chains may be set free, live a God filled destined life and inherit eternal life through the only door, the only key – Jesus Christ!
16 For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. 17 For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.
Kash Elijah married his wife Alina in 2009. She is a devoted intercessor and a bedrock of strong support to Kash Elijah in the ministry. She frequently hosts prayer, Bible Study meetings and other events to empower women to walk in authority, power and freedom through the Word of God setting an example as a follower of Jesus in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity despite of what circumstance one may encounter.