Louise writes: Last Monday I was hospitalized due to severe rectal bleeding. In the emergency room, they drew lots more blood. The results showed that the blood count was 8.4. Upon admission, I was told I needed two pints of blood. I asked the nurse to postpone the transfusion till the morning so I could sleep for at least three hours. I was aware that each morning they draw blood from each patient. I prayed earnestly asking Jesus to help stop the bleeding.
As expected, someone came in a 5 AM for more blood. I have an aversion to needles in my skin, so when the needle went in, I whispered, “This is for you, Jesus.” By 6 AM the results were back and my blood count number was up to 11.6. In response to such a drastic change, the nurse used the word “miracle” three times. She looked at me and said, “You must have been talking to God.” I responded, “I most certainly did.” She said she had never seen anyone whose blood count had increased so quickly without a transfusion. Two more doctors looked at my results and commented that there must have been an error in the initial results. I knew better.
Several months prior: I was in your healing room several months prior to this, before I had a lumpectomy for breast cancer. The biopsy showed that I had a stage 1 lump, which was removed by an amazing physician in Camarillo. The radiologist opted for the “Canandian Protocol”, which reduces the number of sessions by half. This option is recommended only to patients 70+ years of age, which made me a candidate because I had turned 70 just a few months before my surgery. In spite of the initial trauma that came with the diagnosis, I never doubted that this cloud had a silver lining. I began to bless the condition. And, anytime I experienced pain, I used it as a reminder of my many other blessings. Cancer can be a frightening and even devastating. Having God present in my mind at all times gave me courage and a belief that all would be well. I am thriving and all due to God’s grace and infinite mercy. Thank you for all the prayers and for the prayers warriors in the healing rooms. I am deeply grateful.
The word “testimony” actually comes from a Hebrew root word, which means to “repeat” or “do again.” Revelation 19:10 says, “The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.” These shared testimonies of what Jesus has done prophesy your breakthrough, the healing or miracle you need. What God did for these people, God is willing to do for you!
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Give thanks to the LORD and proclaim his greatness. Let the whole world know what he has done. Psalm 105:1