The father of my interpreter, Ana, said that his shoulder was hurting as well as his arm. I prayed once and he said nothing happened, so I prayed again. He said he felt fire on his shoulder. I said that was good. I prayed the third time and he said, “I’m good’. Ana said he was 100% healed. – Jasmine, student
One of the team had a word of knowledge about a guy in a blue hat and white shoes. When we went out for street ministry, we got a block from church and we spoke to a group of people to invite them to the service. I got a word of knowledge about shoulder pain. The guy responded and said he had a pain from arm wrestling his brother. The pain went from his shoulder to his elbows. I prayed 3 times. The first time, pain went down half way. The second time to 80% and the third time healed. I then shared the gospel with him and told home to bring others to the service. He was really surprised that the pain had left. The guy was wearing a blue and white hat and had white dust on his shoes.
During our team’s free time, a handful of team members ate a meal at a nearby restaurant. Upon sitting down, Timothy received a word of knowledge with nerve pain in his neck, going into the left shoulder. Timothy asked his table and no one said it was for them. Then we asked the waiter, his English was not good. He said no and the waiter left, 30 seconds later, he returned to the table and said, “I now understand, yes, I have pain in my shoulder and it goes down my back.” We prayed. Pain went completely away, he had a huge smile and said, “thank you thank you.”
In the morning while our team was on outreach in the bush, I was sitting in front of the house reading my Bible when I saw a woman complain about her shoulder being in pain. I asked if she wanted prayer, and then a friend and I prayed for her shoulder. After asking her to test it out, she told me it felt completely better. Another woman was watching us and also asked for prayer for malaria. She said she felt better after we prayed (my translator and I). Then another woman asked for prayer because she had pain in her chest. We prayed a couple times because the first time we prayed, the pain left her chest and went into her back. We commanded the demons to leave and she felt better. Then, because I felt the Holy Spirit prompting me, I asked her if she wanted to accept Jesus as her savior.