More Miracles!

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MiraclesAroundLubbock
This took place over a four hour period May 22, 2014.

We had a great time today! My dad, our friend Elizabeth, and myself (Kristen) visited a local grocery and department store today and these are some of the miracles that took place!

 

  • We saw Kris working and that she had a wrap on her wrist. After approaching her, she told us it was carpal tunnel. Then we asked if we could pray for her and after praying two times ALL of the pain went away!  She took off the wrap and moved her wrist around with ease! We later saw her pushing a large cart of products around without her wrist wrap!

 

  • We received a word of knowledge before getting to the store that a hip was going to be healed and after praying for Kris we bumped into Daniel (also an employee at the same department store). He told us that he had nerve damage that caused burning and shooting pain from his hip down to his leg. After praying ALL of the pain from his hip and leg disappeared and he had more peace!

 

  • After leaving the department store we went to a grocery store. There we met Mary, who when we asked if she need prayer, said she had just had dental surgery that day and was in a lot of pain. After praying for her in the store aisle all of the pain left her!

 

  • After meeting Mary, we ended up asking a wonderful mom and son if they wanted prayer. The mom, Flora, said that she had diabetes and and disk out and barely walked anywhere because of it. After praying ALL of the pain left her back and she said she felt a, “cool wind” blow over her and gave her peace and relief. We then prayed for her son who had difficulty hearing in his right ear—but after praying he could hear us whispering from a few feet away!

 

Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father.  –  John 14:12

Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give. – Matthew 10:8

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