Woman transformed and set free

While out ministering in Diepsloot we came across a group of men who were drinking. One of them said we must go pray for another man’s wife, as she was very sick.

The man he was referring to, who was also there drinking, did not want us to do so and waved us away, but the other man came running after us and took us to her.

We arrived at her little shack and he told her we’d like to pray for her healing. She managed to barely get herself out of bed and in to a chair, with movements that seemed like agony for her at each slow step.

She explained she’d been unable to move without constant pain for months, and the doctors couldn’t explain why. She’d taken all kinds of medicine to no avail.

We told her not to worry, Jesus would set her free and we proceeded to command the pain to leave in Jesus’ name.

We instructed her to now stand up and walk, and as she did so, without the pain, she started weeping; she just couldn’t believe she was now able to move without pain.

Though she couldn’t manage to speak much as she was too busy weeping for joy and surprise, she did say that she previously felt like she “was in the valley of the shadow of death”.

She proceeded to pick up her baby and walk with her in her arms — something she hadn’t been able to do for a long time; as she did this, she continued weeping.

We pointed out how much Jesus loves and cares for her, and we left her with her baby in her arms.

The following week we came again to visit her and she was a completely different person; she was vibrant and full of strength and smiles with a light in her eyes.

There was no doubt that she was transformed — inside and out.