Here is a testimony from Ki from his workplace:
I was sitting at my bench in the chemistry lab doing some work and my co-worker, Alex, comes in asking about my trip to San Diego. I took a deep breath and realized I had to tell him I was in San Diego healing people at a large outreach event.
“I went around healing people”
“I prayed for people and they got healed”
“You mean, you did some kind of medical work with people?”
“No, I just prayed for them and they got healed.”
After a few more exchanges of this, I knew he wouldn’t really understand so I stopped the conversation and asked him to come to the office with me. In the nearest empty office, I checked his legs and found that his left leg was about 2 cm shorter than the other one.
I told him I was going to grow out his leg to be even with the other and he responded with a weird look and said “okaay” pretty sarcastically. I commanded it to grow in Jesus name and it came out. He said he felt it grow and gave me some more weird looks.
I told him that if he had any back pain, he should have them a lot less now because they’re usually the result of uneven legs. After I said this, he mentioned our other co-worker, Joanne, usually has a lot of back pain, so I went and brought her to the office and I grew her legs out as well with Alex watching.
She didn’t have back pain at the time, but told me she wished I was there last week to pray for her back. We decided to get my other co-worker, Jackie, and ended up also bringing her into the office. I checked her legs and saw they were noticeably off, much more than Alex or Joanne’s legs.
She knew they were uneven and jokingly laughed after I told her I was going to grow out her shorter leg (She is an atheist and believes in nothing supernatural, or now, I should say believed). I commanded it to grow and it came out pretty fast while both Alex and Joanne were watching pretty closely.
As Jackie sat there somewhat perplexed, I asked Alex how his sinuses and lungs were (he was coughing and sniffling a lot). I put a couple of fingers on his throat and commanded his sinuses and lungs to clear up and told him to take a few breaths. After breathing in and out a few times clear of congestion, he looked at me surprised and asked, “How did you do this?”
For the next 40 minutes I preached the good news to them. I explained I was able to heal because the creator of the universe, Jesus, dwells in me, and when I speak, I speak with His authority and whatever is in violation of His will must obey.
I preached what church really was and what it was not. I told them I don’t go to church, but I am the church 24/7 and apologized for all the hypocritical Christians that act one way on Sunday and another way Monday through Saturday. I told them God is not an angry God, but loves everyone, believers and unbelievers alike, and desires to be in communion with them. I explained the full meaning of the sacrifice of Christ and what it now means for them.
After I finished, Jackie sat there, staring at the ground repeating, “this doesn’t make sense, this doesn’t make sense.” It was the first time she had seen anything supernatural, and to a purported atheist, I am sure none of what she saw would make sense! However, both Alex and Joanne believed my words. Moments later, Alex mentioned hanging out with me more and visiting his brother who is suffering from a severe autoimmune disease.
About 30 minutes later, lunch time came and everyone sat together pretty quiet in the kitchen eating and thinking about what just happened (I assumed). Another one of my co-workers, Oro, came in and I grew his leg out as well and then asked if he had any pain anywhere else. He told me his left knee, so I hit it a few times and almost all the pain completely left (a few days ago he told me there was no pain at all). After Oro sat down from checking his knee, Jackie asked, “What if someone got shot? What about the bullets?”
“It doesn’t matter, the bullets will disappear or come out.”
She asked me a few more questions, and I told her anything that is wrong and not supposed to be there can be healed. To test me some more, she mentioned her neck was actually kind of aching. I said okay, and walked over to her and put two fingers on the back of her neck and commanded all the pain to go. She shifted her neck from side to side to check it. She smiled and said, “Actually, I can’t really tell right now.”
I knew all the pain had left, but she didn’t want to admit it. A few seconds later, Alex tells her he saw her leg grow out and checked her legs again and both saw they were still even. =)
I have been working with these people for three years now and have shared my faith with them before, multiple times, but I was never able to demonstrate it until now. I am excited for the future and know great things will continue to happen in my work place. Thank you Jesus! The gospel is really really good news. Believe it.
Here are some testimonies from Laura when she was at Pittsburgh:
We prayed for my neighbor Susan who was dealing with arthritic pain and when she would stretch her arms out she would shake really bad….it all left and she was crying…she got rocked.
Prayed for her mother who was showing the first signs of losing her memory, and Susan said before we prayed her eyes looked void, and after she had life again, and continued to cry. The old woman said she needed that and was thankful for prayer. Waiting for follow-up.
Ryan grew my sister-in-laws leg out and all the grinding in her knees left–she couldn’t remember the last time she sat down without having them grind.
Prayed for my mom…she was dealing with arthritic pain as well…prayed a couple of times and it was partially gone, and I grabbed her thumbs (that’s where she was having the pain) and I yelled “stop being stubborn, be healed!” and I had her check it and all the pain left. BOOM.
A few from San Diego:
I prayed for a woman and her husband…the woman had just had cancer taken out and her colon was not attached (somehow..) and she just wanted the pain to go and for her colon to be mended. So I commanded pain to go and for her colon to be mended and she started to tear up, she said she could feel the pain leaving her body as she sat there.
Ryan grew the husband’s leg out and then he told me he had bruised his rib and was in a good deal of pain. I hit it several times, it got better each time, until he looked up at me and said, “all the pain is gone.” He continued moving around even as he walked away, lifting his arm up and down and touching his rib, seeming surprised or something, haha.
Prayed for a girl who had scoliosis…I grew her leg out and she said she felt so much more aligned, and we checked her back..it looked a little better, so I commanded her spine to come into alignment and she bent down and touched her toes and she she felt really good, no pain.
Then I said, “want to check your arms, your shoulders look a little off,” so Ryan grew her arm out and she freaked out, and she said she felt so great. She went from being really serious in the beginning to freaking out and laughing like crazy, it was so fun! (Chloe tagged a photo of Ryan and I laughing as she was freaking out)
Prayed for a homeless guy someone brought to me…the first thing he said was that someone stole his seizure medication, but that he hasn’t had any seizures for a week…and I was like, “dude, that’s because Jesus healed you!” and so I prayed for his brain and told it to continue to function properly.
Then he said he was dealing with really bad arthritic pain all in his knees and joints…prayed for him (I think 2 times) and I had him move around and he told me it was all gone! Then I prayed for open doors, housing, finances and the inheritance that is due him, etc. etc. We talked for a good bit, his whole countenance changed. It was great.
If you haven’t already realized, I am very against the idea of “specially-called” or “specially appointed” ministers who are “more qualified” than others.
…but our adequacy is from God, who also made us adequate as servants of a new covenant… 2 Corinthians 3:5-6
I see a lot of awesome miracles all the time, and I’m one of few in our group that consistently blogs testimonies. The problem is, it doesn’t portray an accurate picture of what we are experiencing as a community.
As of now, I know about 20 people in the San Jose area who are consistently healing the sick, casting out demons, and preaching the Kingdom everywhere. We have people who are still in school (high school, college), who have full-time jobs, and people of all ages (13-50+).
So, for the next few days, I’m going to be posting a bunch of awesome testimonies from our friends.
Here are 2 testimonies from Sue:
About a week ago, one of my friends (J.T.) came into work and she was complaining about her hand hurting her a lot, so I asked her what happened and she said she had fallen on her hand and twisted it and gotten a slight sprain. It was noticeably swollen and a bit bruised, so I asked her if I could pray for it, and promised her that the pain would leave if I did.
She looked skeptical, didn’t really believe me, so I just took her hand and told the pain to go. It did, and she freaked out a bit. She doesn’t really like God, simply because of past experiences with churches and church people.
I talked to her for a bit, before she got off of work. She told me she didn’t really want to hear anything more about it and then left.