Reverend Pastor Hizkiel Sarosh was born in Lahore. He went on to study in Don Bosco School and graduated B.A. (Hon) in music from Punjab University.
This was first time ever that a Christian graduated in music from the Punjab University. Later on, he took on the medical profession to make both ends meet. As a doctor he served in Rawalpindi’s Holy Family Hospital, in 1966 till 1968.
In due course of time, he quit his job as a doctor in 1968, and answered the call of the Lord. This was the time when he penetrated into the Full Gospel Assembly of God’s Bible College in Lahore.
After entering the Bible College, he went on to join the pastoral team of FGAG in Pakistan. Later on, he acquired a degree in Biblical theology from Gujranwala Seminary. He studied a bachelors in Theology and later on a Doctorate in Divinity under the head ship of renown Christian scholar Dr. K.L. Nasir.
Afterwards, in 1983 he went on to study for a diploma in the Ministry in Holy Spirit from the Rochester Bible College. Reverend Hezkiel Sarosh was serving the Lord under the banner of the Full Gospel Assembly of God in Pakistan till his death on November 7.
Apart from being a blessed Christian theology teacher, he had exception poetic and composition skills. His gospel music albums include:
1) Aasmani Naghmaat
2) Dil Passand Naghmay Vol. 1
3) Dil Passand Naghmay Vol. 2
4) The City of Cross
As an acknowledgement of his long-lasting and instrumental services to the Christians in Pakistan, Rev. Dr. Hezkiel Sarosh was honoured with the Good Samaritans awards by the for ‘Selfless’ humanitarians.
After the sad demise of Rev. Hezkiel Sarosh, Kamil Nasir remarked about this loss saying, “A great leader, theologian, musician, poet, preacher, our elder and a very great human being Rev. Dr. Hezkiel Serosh went to be with the LORD. He will always be missed.”
Pastor Shahbaz Khan said “I express my deepest condolences to family of Rev. Dr. Hizikiel Serosh on the Loss of their father and grandfather RIP. Padri sahib was longtime friend and brother in Christ. We miss you Padri Sahib.”