God bless you all. I would like to share this testimony with you to God’s glory. A few months back I did some shopping and afterwards got in a taxi. The taxi was still waiting for other people to get in. During this time I all of a sudden felt like I wanted to pass out. Not knowing what was going on, I got out of the taxi and made my way to a public restroom to wash off my face.
I felt a little bit better after that, and took other taxi home. I phoned my husband and he told me that I should go lie down. I did as he said and also listened to a sermon of the prophet during that time. By the time my husband got home I was fine. I was a little bit shook up by this experience since I didn’t know what was happening that moment.
This situation repeated itself a couple of times again. I can remember when I was alone at home and I all of a sudden felt like passing out again. This time it felt worse than before. I texted my husband and asked him to pray for me immediately. I had a lot of work to do at home, so I just put on the tape “Taking God at His Word” and start washing the floors, still feeling like I want to pass out.
I afterwards just started to sing God’s praises. I probably felt like that for more than an hour. Praise the Lord, by the time I needed to go fetch my children at school I was well.
Well, the other day while I was on my way fetching the kids at school, this horrible thing wanted to attack me again worse than ever before. I don’t know why but it made me think when Jesus was about to cast out an evil spirit out of a boy how he had a fit like never before.
While waiting for my children at school, I could only stand on God’s Word. It was a fight, but the Lord see me through just like He did the other times. Arriving home, I put a prayer cloth on and continued making something to eat for my children. All the while still feeling not nice.
Then out of nowhere, I don’t know how, but I just accepted my healing. That thing just went away from me. I’m so thankful to the Lord for delivering me. I do not have words to describe my joy.
I hope that this might have encouraged someone.