A young man came up name Wellington. He was struggling with some emotional issues related to loss, depression, anxiety, and emptiness. He was feeling lost and pulled away from Jesus in the midst of his pain. I prayed for healing and comfort over his heart and mind. And, I prayed for the Holy Spirit to come and fill the emptiness he felt in a new way. I also broke off a spirit of fear and doubt. As I finished praying, joy spread over his face and he was tearing up. He said he felt something lift off and felt very light and at peace. As we talked a little more, I asked if he wanted to rededicate his life to Christ. He said, “Yes.” I led him through a prayer. At the end, I could sense the Holy Spirit was with him and restoring hope.
I had been given a word of knowledge for cancer of the blood. I noticed a man who had been sitting with a woman that appeared to be quite moved in the spirit. He kept pointing at me and the moment Randy released them to come forward for prayer, he guided her to me. He shared through the translator, once again DJ, that she had ovarian cancer.
A young woman came forward and the despair upon her face was palpable. She related through the translator that she experienced pain when having relations with her husband. She had been to doctors but they could not find anything wrong with her physically. As a result, her marriage was suffering.
I prayed for a young mother with severe neck pain, limited mobility and lumbar pain. Her lumbar pain was healed first and fairly quickly. After prayer, she gained mobility in her neck and was able to turn her head. Prior to that, I had her turn her head seven times as an act of faith. Her pain went from an 8 to a 3.
Two young women came to me separately this evening wanting prayer for depression. Kenia, 25, said she had a broken heart and had been depressed for a year. I prayed that the Holy Spirit would pour into her the perfect peace of Jesus and the Joy of the Lord, that the Holy Spirit would pour love, forgiveness and compassion into her and take away the pain, in Jesus’ name. Smiling, Kenia hugged me and said that she felt peace. We praised Jesus for what He was doing in her.