A husband came up with his wife for prayer. He had pain in his elbow, pain in his ankle/foot (because a previous injury and metal), stiffness and pain in his shoulders and a problem with a heart valve. I asked the wife and the translator to pray for his shoulders. They loosened up and the pain left immediately. We started to pray for his ankle/foot. The first time the pain was cut in half. The second time we prayed, the pain almost left completely.
We went across the street and met Beverly. She had knee pain and broke her right foot which shot pain up her right leg. She had tripped in a hole on the street about a year ago. She said she was a Christian and believed in Jesus. We prayed for her and the pain left her leg, knees and foot. Then we prayed again for swelling to go down which we did not see anything visible to the eye, but she was feeling good. We prayed for Holy Spirit to come on her and increase in her .She started swaying back and forth and I held her up. We also prayed that God would bless her fruit stand.
My word of knowledge this evening was pain in the left ankle and foot. Two young men came for prayer. First, George, 26, had injured his ankle two months earlier, playing soccer. I had him sit and remove his shoe. I placed my hand on his ankle and foot and commanded the pain to leave in Jesus’ name. George said it improved by 50 % when he tested the ankle. I had him sit again and prayed a second time, placing my hand on the ankle and foot. I prayed that all inflammation and pain leave, returning his ankle and foot to normal function in Jesus’ name. George got up all smiles and tested the ankle by walking around. He said it was totally healed and we praised Jesus!
While the smaller team was giving words of knowledge from the stage, one word was given about pain in the lower right side. I noticed a woman walking past me, probably coming from the restroom. She held her hand on her lower right side and seemed to be in pain. She sat down and did not go to the front, so I went to her and, with the help of an interpreter, asked her if she had pain in the lower right side. She answered yes. I encouraged her to go to the front in response to the word of knowledge, which she did.