Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Pain leaves and tingles felt, shaking leaves, and distance is no barrier - In Jesus - 06-10-2013

Today on my way to work, I stepped outside my apartment block door and saw a couple young women coming toward me to get to their vehicle. One girl was walking with crutches and had a tensor bandage around her right foot. I approached them and asked if she was in pain. She said yes and that it was at about a level of a 7 out of 10, with 10 being worst. I explained that I pray for people and God heals them and asked if I could pray for her. She sort of hesitatingly said yes. I asked her her name and then told her mine and put out my hand to shake hers. I then asked to have her hand back just while I prayed. I spoke to the leg and commanded the noticeable swelling to go down, the pain to leave and the tendons and ligaments to be healed, in the name of Jesus. I asked her to see if the pain was there. She said all she felt was tingles. She couldn't feel the pain any longer. I asked if she knew why that was possible. She said "No, why." I retorted, "Because Jesus is Lord." I asked if she knew Him and she said "Well, Sort of." I gave her a gospel tract from Billy Graham Association called Steps to Peace with God as I was on my way to work.

This experience really encouraged me. I love seeing Jesus heal people!

I went for a walk at lunch and got to meet a couple men who I got to share the gospel with. One younger male who I thought I had a word of knowledge for a pain or problem with his left thigh, but was wrong on that. And an older gent in a motorized chair who said he just used it to go farther when he went out, and said he was healthy. Both didn't seem to want what God had to offer at that time, but truth was shared and seeds were planted. I had some fun talking to the older man, and noticed he had the shakes, not sure what that was. But he just sort of constantly shook a lot. So I did get to pray for him for that, but it was at the end of our conversation. I just commanded it to go in Jesus' name while shaking his hand goodbye. I noticed he stopped shaking after that, but didn't question him as to what he felt or thought. I felt to just leave it at that. Initially talking to him he said he believed then changed his mind saying that it seemed like a fairy tale.

Heading back after my lunch walk, I saw a woman walking toward me who was favouring her left foot as she walked. I approached her and asked if she had any pain. She said "Yes, I have a problem with my achilles and I don't want to quit." She had exercise clothing on, so I had assumed she goes for long brisk walks or jogs a lot of the time. I explained pretty much the same thing as I did to the young girl above "I pray for people and God heals them, can I pray for you?" and she thanked me and said she would like that. She continued to walk away though. As she was leaving I continued to talk and asked if I could pray right there and now. She said she had to go or something to that effect. But there was about 6 people taking a photo right in front of her so she had to stop as she didn't want to get in the way of the camera. I shared briefly about the girl who got healed earlier and asked "Are you sure?" but then I decided to just speak to her achilles right from where I was, about 20 feet away from her. I pointed at her foot, and in Jesus' name, I commanded the achilles to be healed and all pain to go, then told her to check it out to see if she could find the pain. She moved around her ankle for a bit and then looked up at me and said, "Well, kind of." It was partially gone. I spoke to it again and commanded all pain to go, thanked the Lord for what He was doing and she basically just turned around, and went to talk to the people who were taking the photo for some reason. I continued on my way. As I was now a little late to get back from lunch, haha.

Jesus, You are awesome!! Thank You for using me.

Grace, peace and love in Jesus Christ!

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