Isaiah 53: 4-5
4 Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted.
5 But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.
1) I, Donna, went to conference in Ohio in May 2014 and on the second day into the conference had an extremely bad dizzy spell. I couldn’t walk straight or see straight and the light hurt my eyes terribly. Mike asked me if I was ok and I said I needed to go lay down for a while in a dark room. After about 5 minutes my lips went numb and I knew I needed to go to the hospital. Mike called the ambulance. The neurologist said it looked like a stroke and proceeded to order tests to prove her suspicions. I spent the next 4 days having many tests done but the Doctor couldn’t find anything because the Lord was healing me as each of these tests were being done. When the Doctor discharged me she said I needed to have follow-up done back in Canada with another neurologist who did confirm in fact that it had been a stroke. It had caused me to be very tired and I needed a lot of rest. I am still walking out my healing and have only a residual weakness in my right arm. I give the Glory to God alone for the progressive healing that took place in my body. While I was in the hospital I was able to watch the conference on live streaming and I had a number of nurses watching it with me and it ministered to them as well. God is so good!
2) In October while ministering in Ohio I, Mike, had my message all prepared to deliver but as I went up to the pulpit the Lord told me to change it up. He had me tell a little of my experience of when I died and went to hell. Then He told to give an altar call. I knew that everyone that was there had already given their lives to the Lord and since these services were live streamed I knew it was for someone that was watching. This person was about to commit suicide and instead gave their life to the Lord. This was confirmed by 2 other people that night. Praise the Lord!
3) A revivalist minister, an acquaintance of mine, was admitted to the hospital to have tests done and was told he had cancer in the pancreas and lungs and so they scheduled him to have surgery. However, they scheduled him for the surgery at the same time that he was suppose to have a 5 or 6 day conference. Although he was in pain He trusted God and did not have the operation and did the conference instead. I was attending the conference and on the first night the Pastor of the church called me up to pray for him. The Lord showed me how to pray. First, to cast out the spirit of death and infirmity and then to pray peace and healing for him. I was not able to attend all the meetings but I did attend the last one. I walked in a few minutes late due to bad weather but when I did the revivalist stopped preaching to acknowledge that since I had prayed for him he was healed and had no pain. A short while after that I received and email from him stating that he had been back to the Doctor’s and they confirmed that indeed he was totally healed.