On the way back from Nic's picture treasure hunt on Friday, my interpreter and I saw a 20 year old man sitting in front of a store. He as selling Turkish bongs and his eyes were very bloodshot. We found out that his dad was Turkish, his mom was indigenous Brazilian, he was not religious but believed in God; and that his dream was to go the Dubai.
I was helping Paul, translating, and we prayed for a lady who had two strokes and her left side was totally numb. We prayed for a few minutes and she began to feel her hand and her leg and foot. She was totally healed (she could feel again). And then she told us that she twisted her ankle and she was feeling pain. We prayed and the pain was gone. ~Dulce
We had a team of Diane, Steve and Judy Capp, Prater Gray, me and translator Rebecca. WE ministered in the community near Insejec church with Carol and Fabi and Christine. We prayed for a 72 year old man who told us he is an alcoholic. He used to be close to God, but not lately and his sin/guilt was keeping him away. We prayed over him, broke the curse of addiction and alcoholism, and blessed him in Jesus' name. We encouraged him that God accepts him. He began to weep, sway and sweat; He really felt the presence of the Holy Spirit. He was so blessed and thankful for the team! Yay God. ~Mary
Tonight at the Agua Vivo Church my word of knowledge was for profound sadness, loneliness or rejection. The woman who stood up for that was seated right in front of me. When she came up for prayer, I asked her why she was depressed and she said it was because of pain.