On 14 February 2011, I fell and hurt my left hand. There was still pain and swelling after a week, so I consulted an orthopaedic specialist. An X-ray was taken and the specialist told me that some of my bones were fractured and bent. He also said that I needed an operation immediately to prevent further damage. As my husband was away, I asked the doctor to postpone my surgery by two days.
I felt very fearful and upset. I told God that I really did not want to undergo the surgery as I was supposed to go for a family holiday the following week. That night, a couple from church suggested that I seek a second opinion. By God’s grace and favour, they managed to help me secure an appointment on Friday, the same day that I was scheduled for my operation.
I spent Thursday listening to God’s Word, partaking of the Holy Communion, anointing myself with oil and speaking in tongues, especially when I was troubled and could not sleep. My children also stood in faith with me, partook of the Holy Communion and anointed me with oil. I also read Pastor Prince’s Destined to Reign Devotional and the verse for that day was from Jeremiah 32:27, “Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh. Is there anything too hard for Me?” I claimed the verse for my healing and told the Lord that it was certainly not too hard for Him to heal my hand. My healing was already paid at the cross when Jesus’ hands were pierced for my sake. I also remembered that Jesus healed the man with the withered hand in the Bible. Many miraculous healings had taken place in New Creation Church and I told Jesus that I also wanted to experience His healing touch.
At about 7am on Friday, I felt a tingling sensation in my left hand. I felt as if there were electric currents coursing through my mangled bones and tendons. I could feel that the bones were pulled into position and the tissues were rearranged layer by layer. I knew that Jesus was healing me miraculously and personally — my hand felt much better!
Before my husband and I stepped out for my appointment, we partook of the Holy Communion and claimed that surgery would not be needed. By the time I saw the specialist at 8.30am, the swelling and discolouration were gone. The specialist asked me to stretch my hand in several positions. Before that morning, I would not have been able to do all that. She then told me that a surgery was not necessary as the hand will heal completely in due time. Hallelujah! Jesus healed me! I do not need surgery and I can proceed with the planned family holiday!
Thank you, Pastor Prince, for your teachings. The bread, wine and oil are powerful as they proclaim the finished work of Jesus and our healing! All glory to Jesus!