During the evening time for healing a young boy about ten years old came forward with his father who had no vision in his right eye. This was caused by an operation on his eye that went wrong. I prayed for the Holy Spirit to bring complete restoration of sight to the eye in the name of Jesus. When asked if he felt anything he said there was heat but no sight. I then asked him to out loud forgive the surgeon who performed the operation and ask God to bless him. After this I prayed again for healing and now the man could see light. He thanked Jesus. We had to vacate the arena at this point and I told him to ask the Holy Spirit to bring complete sight and that he would receive a whole return of vision. His son was holding his hand and smiling repeating “Che Che Jesu.”
It was really neat to watch this man who had a stroke get healed before our eyes and he was shouting "Hallelujah!" because his arm gained all range of motion back and then his leg and he was able to walk. And then to see the joy in him and his wife (His wife was the one that asked us to go pray for him, to leave praying for her and to go pray for him!)
During the evening prayer for the sick, we found a woman who was completely deaf in her right ear. We prayed for her but we felt heat but she tested her ear and nothing had changed. We told her that we expected it to change because Jesus heals, so we were asking God if anything was blocking the healing. We then asked if she or anyone in her family was Buddhist or followed other religions. She said she followed Jesus, but most in her family did not.
Another notable experience was praying for a lady with breast cancer. At first, prayer was surface level as she only shared about some people she was angry with recently. Later, it was revealed that she had had an abortion. Later, she shared she had been raped. And then the floodgates opened and God helped her release so many years of pent up anger, unforgiveness etc. I asked her daughter if she cries, and her daughter told me she never cries. Sean, myself, and our translator were all crying as well!