Jesus’ Definition of a BelieverWhy did Jesus say in his post-resurrection commission, “…and these signs will accompany those who believe: In my name they will drive out demons...speak in new tongues…place their hands on sick people, and they will get well…”? (Mark 16:14-20). Based on Jesus’ definition of a “believer,” wouldn't you agree that Christians without supernatural power are clearly missing out on the exciting Christian journey that Jesus intended?
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23-year-old goes to the grocery store for donuts and all heaven breaks loose. He gets on the store intercom and announces healing: Hearing restored (better than before), hip healed, carpal tunnel healed, and many confess Jesus as Lord. Continue reading
Woman born with polio, and unable to walk without cane, receives healing. She goes home, gives her cane and leg brace to her father and says, “I won’t be needing these anymore.” Continue reading
Imagine constant pain in your foot for 5 yrs. You are on disability and cannot work. Someone you just met instantly heals your foot. This is what happened to Maria. Continue reading
It is interesting to point out that I was less interested in leading Raymond to the Lord than in getting him healed. The security of his soul is FAR more important, yet the physical manifestation of something so harassing (turrets), was the real challenge to me. Continue reading
Anne: “When I walked into the room, the pain was an eight (on a scale from 1 to 10); Now it’s a zero. I’m not kidding!” Continue reading
Bella: I can’t believe I don’t feel it (the pain) anymore!
Me: How often did you feel it?
Bella: EVERY time I talk to someone. I prefer to be alone because of it. Continue reading
Me: What is going on?
Diana: Her eyes are healed!
Me: We didn’t pray for her eyes.
Diana (crying): I know. Some problem she had with her eyes is healed too! Continue reading
I suggested that we pick a day to pray and fast and then call the hospital to share the gospel with him. Continue reading
Through Jessica translating, I led a tearful Ismael to Jesus Christ.
Following that prayer, I turned to Jessica and asked if she had ever prayed that prayer. She said, “No.” I asked her if she would like to and she said, “Yes.” Continue reading
My message was one of hope and perseverance in Jesus, and it seemed to have been well-received. In asking if there was anyone who believed in God but had not specifically asked forgiveness for their sins and made Jesus Lord of their life, Victoria raised her hand. I was initially confused….she was supposed to be translating, and here she was raising her hand to receive salvation! Talk about a double-take! Continue reading