“Then I heard a loud voice in heaven, saying, “Now the salvation, and the power, and the kingdom of our God and the authority of His Christ have come, for the accuser of our brethren has been thrown down, he who accuses them before our God day and night. “And they overcame him because of the blood of the Lamb and because of the word of their testimony, and they did not love their life even when faced with death” (Rev 12:10, 11)
We just ended our women’s fellowship. We had an awesome time. We praised God with singing and dancing. We shared testimonies proving His grace towards us. The following are two out seven. All glory to God!
Sister E said that three years ago, just before her wedding, she discovered two big lumps in her right breast. She prayed for a miraculous healing. As a woman she is always shy. She was always afraid of things in life. She only told her fiancée who is now her husband. They had so many problems before the wedding that she had no time to worry about it. Then her mother phoned that she had a dream that she has breast cancer. She did not tell her mother what she has just discovered for fear that speaking it loud means she agrees with the sickness. They only prayed against it. About two years later, as she was breastfeeding her first son, she discovered that the lumps became smaller and later they completely disappear. She is now completely healed. Today she testifies in public for the first time. She gave all the glory to God.
Sister C is in her sixties. She is illiterate but born again. She had just lost her three years old grand-daughter. It was an accident. Her eldest daughter (the baby’s mother) was standing with her daughter along the road waiting for the school bus to come. A truck lost control and came towards them. The daughter was killed on the spot but the mother escaped with minor injuries. Kneeling down, sister C testified to the grace of God. She was so emotional that she could not even stand. She was thanking God for preserving her daughter. She knows that it could have been worst. With tears on her face, she was praising God in her language. It was obvious that the Holy Spirit was comforting her. We could feel the strength of the Spirit pouring in her wounds. Out of the grace she received she then prayed for all the women, that none will experience untimely death, that none will bury her child. She gave God all the glory for her life, for her children, for Father’s House!
Then the Holy Spirit moved in our midst. By faith, I told the single sisters to go to the entrance of the sanctuary, to pick flowers from the altar and to march in like brides. To imagine that one day they shall be brides. This is a prophetic act of faith that trusting God that soon, they will marry. We prayed for them. We believe! We also prayed for the married women who desire the fruit of the womb. The anointing was so great that I could not preach my prepared message. The Holy Spirit was totally in control. I know for sure that many more testimonies shall follow!
Dear Sister in Christ! Tap from this anointing! The Holy Spirit will minister to you as you read these words. This was an ‘old fashioned’ revival service. In our church we keep things real. But we also trust God for miracles. We forbid entertainment! May your prayer become praise! May your testimony become fruitful! May the glory of God shine on you! In Jesus name, Amen!