Another Miracle

    August 1, 2020, 10:30 a.m. The sudden pain was excruciating. All I did was sit on the couch, lean back and I heard a repulsive, wet, crunching sound, followed by exploding pain. I could not move, sit, or stand. I felt paralyzed. I called my husband who helped me to the floor. The pain was unbearable. I gasped for air, fighting down the nausea. Something had snapped, my right side and lower back was wrapped in agony. My arms and hands begin to tremble and went numb. Mike sat down on the floor next to me and silently prayed. I began to pray, to call out to Jesus my healer. After what seemed like hours, we managed to get me to the couch. Even though the pain was tormenting, surprisingly, I fell asleep next to Mike who continued to pray. An hour later I woke up, afraid to move, but there was an awareness that I had no pain! I gingerly moved a leg, no pain. I became aware that I was completely pain free. I sat up, I stood, I walked. No pain. A miracle. Joy flooded my heart as I realized that Jesus intervened. I am so grateful, I love Him so! This is the supernatural life. This is the protection and love of a Savior who sees and hears and takes action. Just believe my friends, run with confidence in the love of God, never give up. He is waiting for you; His hand is outstretched. I’m telling you; this is normal. This is how it is supposed to be! Jump in!

5 thoughts on “Another Miracle

  1. Yes, Jesus! You saved my sister from that pain attack and gave her a testimony that glorifies our Father! Immediate prayers of faith….oh what beautiful results. Yep! This is the way it is supposed to be! Carol, thanks for sharing this powerful testimony with us! Beautiful! Take that….stupid devil!

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