“I am the Lord who heals you.” (Exo 15:26)

Continuing the theme of these past few days—another Church, another time… I was again welcoming people at the door as two women approached me. A daughter was pushing her mother in a wheelchair. “Is this the place of miracle healings?” the younger one asked. “It most certainly is,” I replied, welcoming them in.

NB - This was a house Church, so the meeting was going on in many of the downstairs rooms. About half an hour later, my wife excitedly shouted my name, “COME QUICKLY! YOU HAVE TO COME AND SEE THIS…!”

I left the lounge where I’d been listening to a speaker and came to her in the dining area, where I saw a young girl who had entered the meeting with a totally deformed, almost ‘S’ shaped spine and one leg considerably shorter than the other. She was now sitting with her back perfectly straight on a dining room chair. Someone had gotten hold of a ruler from somewhere and placed it onto her good leg's sole. There was a considerable distance between the good and the short leg, but as the people prayed, the leg kept inching forward until it touched the ruler. It was truly Awesome!

Once satisfied, the girl stood up and, as you can imagine, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!

I was just then making my way to the kitchen when I heard someone behind me say, “Excuse me.” I turned to see the mother (who had arrived in a wheelchair) walking out with a huge grin on her face that would have made a Cheshire cat proud. Her daughter, however, followed behind, struggling with the wheelchair, shaking and sobbing her little heart out!

As usual, I've asked the Lord what He wants to say to you, and I believe He led me to Isaiah 57:18 CJB.

"I have seen their ways, and I will heal them; I will lead them and give comfort to them and to those who mourn for them —I will create the right words: ‘Shalom shalom to those far off and to those nearby!’ says Adonai; ‘I will heal them!’”

“Are your ears awake? Listen. Listen to the Wind Words, the Spirit blowing through the churches. Christ-conquerors are safe from Devil-death.” (Rev 2:11) ❤️



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