her testimony. We ministered to the children that were at a higher risk. We had a
large classroom full of students. Hannah led worship. She then began to share her
story. The kids were somewhat resistant at first. Then they began to soften up as
the testimony continued and then I finished up the testimony of Hannah's story of
freedom and deliverance. I shared some of the specific details of the demonic
leaving Hannah when I prayed prayers of freedom for Hannah. The students and
adults were visibly moved. I called for any who wanted to follow Jesus to stand.
No one stood. It appeared that no one would respond.
The principal then brought in one of their students with two other singers that
sang and played guitar to show our group that the Nicaraguan people could sing
and play as well. Before we left I felt led to pray for the principal and all of the
teachers. The Principal called all the teachers forward for prayer as our team
surrounded them. This opened up the door for the Lord to move in with Power.
Some were moved to tears. This opened the door for students to receive prayer
at this point from our Mission Team. The teachers began bringing groups of
students up for prayer. We prayed for about 30 students that were in groups of
8 to 10 at a time. Hannah spoke words over one entire group saying she saw
each one doing a specific thing - dancers, missionaries, etc.
We went back to the Teen home that we visited yesterday where Luz was located.
Today all the youth were there back from court. There was a very hard shell
around the hearts of the young men - It was difficult to get them to open up and
receive. Hannah led worship and shared her testimony. Before Hannah began
to share her testimony, Rayland walked over and we allowed a girl who is deaf
and mute to touch the guitar while Hannah was singing and playing guitar. The
girl commented through sign language that she could feel God's presence and
could hear some while Hannah was playing the guitar. We prayed for the Lord
to touch her ears and heal her speech. We asked her if she could hear any
better at all and she said "piquito" which means a little bit. We continued to pray
and we will continue to pray for God to fully heal her ears and speech. Hannah
gave a word to one of the young men who visibly seemed to be the most resistant.
Her word to him was that he would be used by God to pray for others on the
streets that God had big plans for him.