Matthew 10:7-8

As you go, preach, saying, "the kingdom of heaven is at hand."
Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out demons. Freely you have received, freely give.

We all heard her back pop!!!

Still amazes me how much God wants to move supernaturally in our lives. Here's the account of another Saturday outreach. We decided to check up on Jackie, a women God's been stirring up and healing lately. She's been telling her friends about "the healing people" as she calls us it's pretty cool because she directs us to different people in need. God's been giving her sleep as He heals a breathing problem she had. We ministered for a while and she wants us to come back to have a house church meeting some time.

We then went down a street the locals call "new jack city" because of the trouble that breaks out there. We saw two women hanging out on a porch and we began to share the Kingdom of God with them and asked if they needed healing. One of them named Selena spoke up and shared that her back hurt. We began to pray and right after we prayed we heard her back pop. She looked kind of startled as she began to look for the pain, no pain thank you Jesus. It's funny many times when someone gets healed they look confused and don't quite know what to say. We then have the privilege to share that God healed them because He loves them so much. George had a word of knowledge that she had a twin sister and there relationship was in need of restoration this was right on and also got her attention.

We met another guy on the way out and got a word he had pain in his knees. He was stunned and said " how did you know that?" We preached the gospel to him encouraging him to give his heart to the Lord. While we were speaking a fight broke out a street over and soon there were three police cars and an ambulance rushing into the neighborhood. This was pretty cool because it brought a lot of people out of there homes. This one young woman stopped us and said "I know you guys are Christians," she then began to open up her heart to us and we were able to minister to her for about twenty minutes encouraging and exhorting her to pursue her destiny.

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