The Pain Miraculously Left Her Legs – YWAM DTS Outreach

By YWAM Newcastle on February 27, 2016 in Discipleship Training Schools, Outreach

Our team has been living in a small village in Cambodia. We are staying with a local ministry, doing house visits and helping the local church community. 

A couple people on our team went to a house of an 80-year old woman here the other day. We just call her Aunty.

She had a hunched back and could only walk with a cane,

because her legs were hurting. She also had heart problems and pain in her shoulders and her back.

The group decided to pray for her shoulders first. When they did so the pain in her shoulders remained the same, but the pain in her chest started to get better. 

Then they prayed for her legs. They made her sit down and extend her legs. One leg was slightly shorter than the other. 

As they were praying for her legs, something clicked in one of her knees.

They made her stand up again, and she said she felt fire in her heart that went all the way down to her legs.

With that they realized that she was being healed of her chest pain and the pain in her legs.

Next they found out that her back was still hurting so they prayed over that and immediately they noticed her back straightened.

Aunty was then able to walk without the cane, and the pain in her chest and her back was completely gone!

We were blown away by God’s healing power, and how He touched this woman’s life. 

By Marte Edvardsen

YWAM Compassion DTS student

October DTS 2015

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