While watching all of this transpire, we had a young lady approach us and request we lead her to Christ - so my helper Patricia took this young lady by her hands and led her to Christ.
We prayed for a woman with chest pain and she was also healed.
We also prayed for Chief Kapanga #3 Grandmothers feet. Pain when she stands - we all prayed for her including Chief. We did not see an immediate healing. Hoping for a delayed one.
SUNDAY - DAY 4
5 MORE SALVATION'S (15)
I was asked to preach with 5 minutes notice SUNDAY Morning. I was able to use Muslim convert “Rafael” as my sermon illustration. I was moved with compassion as I talked about how much Jesus loves him to send me from America to share Christ’s LOVE with him at just the right time on the road. I had our whole team pray for their church members and then the CHURCH prayed for each of our team. I shared about the meaning of PROVIDENCE - The making of preparation of the future by making current investment. How we are to pay forward what we have already received from the Lord.
At the end of the msg I made an appeal for any to be saved. 5 more stood for SALVATION.
On our way back home, we stopped by the same GAS STATION that we had stopped at on our way to the village. On my way in (our first time to stop) I was able to pray for a young man - Francis. His ear was discharging and in pain. When we went back by the same gas station a young man I had prayed with “Emmanuel” said that he hasn’t been the same. We prayed for his destiny and a mighty enduing of POWER. He said he was filled with joy.
So.... I also met a young lady working at this Gas Station who said she had a head ache. So, I called “EMMANUEL” over to pray for her headache. Sure, enough he did and her headache left immediately. Then as we were leaving the station, they requested bibles. So, we plan to get some Bibles by there.
Emmanuel praying for the headache to leave.
Our 3 days of visits were filled with Salvation's and healing's. I will refer to these visits as POWER EVANGELISM.
Our first day Out - Pastor Gracious and I first stopped to pray for his wife Joyce. He said she was not feeling well. That she Needed her strength to return. UPDATE SINCE WE PRAYED FOR HER - Joyce is feeling very better and she has strength and power. Today she went to the farm of maize. Distance about one km. So, this awesome and great. Thank God for everything.”
Our next visit was to a woman - Atiyana - whose husband is incarcerated- we prayed for her to have provision. Emmanuel praying for the headache to leave.
These Testimonies are from my trips out into the Village on Lake Malawi (Where there are many Muslims) I felt that I was to be paired up with the local Pastor - Gracious - to go out and minister each day visiting families. Pastor Gracious and I with children.