Cancer in SF
They asked us to go to San Francisco to pray for a man who had been dealing with bone cancer for the last 3 years. He and his wife had been looking for every and any solution to try to fix it.
When arrived, we had a few questions pertaining to his condition and how he was feeling. They explained that it “just so happened” that this morning, he started to regain his ability to walk (we realized at this moment that our reputation in hell is starting to precede us. Meaning, sickness sometimes leaves before we get there, because devils know that we don’t stop until we get the breakthrough).
They were a really nice couple, they had a few questions for us (they were catholic), and they had many friends that kept streaming into the house throughout the 3 hours we were there.
After Ryan explained a few things, we grew out the guy and his wife’s leg. We figured knocking out any kind of pain would be a good gauge as to what was going on in his body, so we asked him, and he said his pain was at a level 6 (around his lower back).
Long story short, we kept pounding it, taking breaks in between and by the time we left, the guy was able to walk almost without any kind of limp. His pain had gone down to a 3, he felt lighter, he had a renewed hope (and desire to fight), and HE GOT SAVED.
Throughout the 3 hours, about 7-8 of their friends/relatives (most of them were originally from Jordan) came to see who and how legit we were. We had a word of knowledge for one of their backs (grew out their leg) and for a shoulder problem. Both of them got healed, and both of them felt heat where we prayed for them. It was very encouraging after we demonstrated on them, because now they had a real experience, rather than simply watching their friend recover from cancer.
Ryan shared a lot about his experiences, we shared testimonies, threw out a lot of scripture and shot a lot of sacred cows. They decided to ‘finish’ at about 9PM, and as we were on our way out, they told us they were very grateful and encouraged, so much so that one of them shoved $240 into my jacket (I have no problem receiving!!!) while shaking my hand. Ryan gave his card to most of them because they had other friends that also needed healing.
When we were on our way out, I split the money with Ryan/Laura, and then we headed off to dinner.
We decided to go to Pho because Ryan/Laura had never been there. When we arrived, we sat down and Ryan was reminded of, “we pray before we eat.” So I went to the table right beside us (about 1o people) and asked if anyone had pain in their wrist or neck. They all denied it, looked at me like I had 6 heads, and thanked me for asking.
Halfway through the meal, a couple arrived and sat right behind me. One of them was wearing a really awesome sweater, so we knew we couldn’t leave the place just yet. When one of the ladies brought us the check, we saw a brace on her wrist so I asked what happened. She spoke broken english, but she let me pray for her and all her pain left.
The tab was only $20, but we ended up tipping them an extra $140. They were shocked, and more importantly, we had their attention! Ryan asked their manager if any of them had any pain/sickness. They pointed us to a waitress that had pain in her upperback/neck and Ryan knocked it out. They were very very very grateful.
We had to get gas before we headed home. So When Ryan was at the pump, I shot and missed with a word of knowledge for a guy that was pumping across from us, he was very receptive though.
Ryan had a word of knowledge for someone with shoulder problems, so I went up to a lady that was speaking with someone in another car, and asked if she had any shoulder problems. She asked “why?”
“Because if you do, I can fix it for you”
“When I pray, people get healed.”
The lady refused it, but immediately, the other lady who had overheard in her car said, “Really? Come pray for me.”
She had back trouble, so I commanded the thing to go, and it did. Then, she told me that she had a lot of emotional pain, so I preached the Kingdom, and prayed for her. She said she was revived in her spirit even though she didn’t feel anything lift. She wanted to get my number, so I called Ryan over and gave her his card. We told her she could email us if she knew anyone at all with any kind of sickness/pain.
I went back to the car as Ryan went inside to pay, when he came out, he saw a guy with allergies, so he said something a long the lines of “Do you want me to take care of that for you?”
“Here, just put your hands where your sinuses are”
“In Jesus name (Ryan prays)… take a few deep breaths”
*Sniff* *Sniff* “Dang, that’s LEGIT man!!”
Ryan gave him his card.
THAT is a good Wednesday night.