Another gentleman we prayed for was Marcos. He just wanted more of the Lord. We prayed for the ‘fire” of God to invade him and he said he felt fire in his chest. He was very happy. We prayed for another Joseph. He looked almost like he had a stone face. He had been a truck driver and because of drugs, he lost his family, his job – everything. We prayed for the Lord to give him hope and a purpose in his life. As we prayed tears began to fall from his eyes. He was really touched.
One man came forward for prayer, as it turned out he did not have a relationship with Christ. I shared the gospel with him and shared how Christ delivered me from alcohol and drugs and he could be forgiven and begin a new life in Christ. I led him into a prayer of salvation and prayed for peace, rest and for the Holy Spirit to fill him. Before he trusted Christ as his Savior, he was filled with anxiety, fear and oppression. After trusting Christ, his countenance was changed and he had peace in his heart.
The highlight would be for me that my interpreter gave her life to the Lord. She told me the first night that she really did not want to translate and would it be ok if she just got the prayer needs and the results and left the rest to me. I told her that we could give that a try as I sensed that she was really broken and not up to translating, not aware that she was not saved. The rest of that evening, all I did was touch people very lightly and say "I bless you in the name of Jesus or I bless the body part in need in the name of Jesus." They all just fell; she counted 20 people.
A couple both had pain in their feet, and the husband also had pain in his left hand. After prayer, the pain left completely and mobility returned. After the healing, both received Jesus. The husband said, “We have to, He just healed us.”