12-Year-Old Girl Healed of Scoliosis

I prayed for a mother brought her 12-year-old daughter for prayer. She had severe scoliosis and was in a brace that encased her from right under her chin to her thighs.  Metal bars went all the way around.


Doctors had told her she would have to be in the brace 24/7 for at least 2 years and that she could only take it off to take a quick shower. This was a generational condition which I broke that off in Jesus name. I commanded the spirit of infirmity to leave and prayed to break the word curses of the prognosis.  She began to tremble and got very hot.  I asked her what was going on. She said she felt really hot. I prayed again. This time I commanded the vertebra to stack one on top of the other as God had designed them to be, and I commanded the muscles to cooperate with the vertebra in the name of Jesus.  She got blasted but I made sure the catchers held her up to prevent injury from the metal cage she was encased in.  I turned to ask the Mom if we could take her to the restroom and remove the brace but  found she was blasted on the floor (thanks to Stephen who had prayed for her).  One of the ladies holding the girl up was a friend of the mom and had helped take the brace off for showers so we went together to the restroom.  I wished the camera could have captured the joy on the child’s face.  Without the brace she began to slowly try to touch her toes and the more she tried the farther she could bend. She began to cry until she collapsed to her knees weeping. She had not been able to bend like this without pain.  We looked at her back and the spinal column appeared perfectly straight.  She kept motioning on the wall the many curves that had been in her back then she would cry again.  We were all laughing our hearts out and jumping around with Jesus.  I took her back to her mom who woke up to see her daughter for the first time since she was healed. She saw her daughter’s back and just totally lost it crying for joy and praising Jesus. I will never forget the expression on that mom’s face as she pulled that T-shirt up.
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