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Dr. Stanley Vasu

Madras Pentecostal Assembly Mission

Pentecostal, Denominational Leader

About me:
In 1995 at the age of 23 Dr.Stanley Vasu became the President of the Madras Pentecostal Assembly Mission after the demise of his father Pastor Prabhudoss Vasu overseeing churches , orphan homes , 2 ... read more
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Elijah Makori
September 23, 2014
this is a very powerful sermon that perfectly deals with the wonders of praise.am blessed.God bless you richly
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Thomas Clocker
August 28, 2014
Loved all the Scripture with each point. Could be a Series. Thanks
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Pastor Elijah Michieka
April 15, 2014
Am so blessed with the sermons posted here. I love worship and especially this message on the power of praise and worship. God bless you so much
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Dr.r.irene Hepzibah
November 13, 2013
Dear Pastor,Greetings to you in the matchless name of our Lord Jesus Christ. I read your sermon FIVE KEYS TO YOUR MIRACLE: from the wedding at Cana. It is very much useful to me. May God bless you & be with you in all your future endeavors.
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Dr.r.irene Hepzibah
November 13, 2013
The first miracle of Jesus was done in a marriage.
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Mark David
August 21, 2013
the very blessed people are the ones that God has made many men and women very fortunate to have met one another to have a family just like many of us very less fortunate innocent people that would have certainly wanted the same thing.
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Marlene Wright
August 21, 2013
sermon: KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL EVANGELISM: FROM THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN I am studying New Testament Survey at the moment and I'm looking for sermon that I can reference with for my assignment about the Good Samaritan. I find this sermon is very helpful. Thank God for your gift your such a blessing.
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Ephrem Hagos
January 22, 2013
Without the succession of humble obediences both by Mary and the servants, no wine would have been produced at all from the water being repeatedly served.