Here is another testimony from one of the other soccer players that was healed
Last Friday I was extremely skeptical about the whole healing process that was being explained to me. I listened intently to the speaker and genuinely was interested in what he had to say but I did not know if I could believe all that he was saying since I had not seen it with my own eyes before. When my teammates and I decided to stay after and see if a couple of our injured players could be healed, we were presented with incredible emotion.
Both my teammates Angie and Veronica had been healed and I was slowly beginning to feel the presence of God all around me. Never had I been surrounded by so many people who genuinely wanted to be a part of God's work. When it came time I finally stepped up and asked to have my right quad healed. As soon as the prayer began I felt an overwhelming amount of emotion and the pain had gone from my leg.
Even still I had been a little confused but when Rick had asked for prayer for his stutter and God answered him with an amazing gift, I was completely in awe. I was shocked and could not believe what I had just witnessed. This was honestly the most amazing moment I have experienced in my Christian life.
September 12, 2013
September 10, 2013
Today I saw a muslim girl coming into the coffee shop on our University campus and she was limping pretty badly. I asked her what happened. She told me that it had been like that for 2 months. I told her I could help her and she went over to a chair and sat down. I told her that I was going to "read" over her (this is language that muslims would understand) and she asked, "Are you a muslim?". I said no and explained I was a Christian. She was was fine with that as I learned her mother was a Lebanese Christian, even though she was raised as a muslim. I had her lay her hand on her lower leg (where the pain was) and prayed a quick prayer in Jesus' Name. She began to move it around, and then got up to walk a bit. She looks back at me startled and says, "What did you just do to me?" I told her that HE, as I pointed upwards, did something. I told her how much God loved her and left it at that. She is a new student on my campus and will surely have lots of questions for me in the wake of her healing!
Posted by David John at Tuesday, September 10, 2013