A total of six people accepted Jesus when a group of friends went out in the streets to minister. People were healed and freed!
Six People Accepted Jesus
A Texas church hosts weekly outreach on Saturday mornings. The team were reaching out to people whom God revealed through words of knowledge.
In an instagram post Elizabeth Reisinger, @untamedjesus , share how God was moving. That day was healing the sick and setting captives free.
Carmen, one of the six people, was healed by God! She had been in severe pain ever since she fell down the stairs. The caption read, “Today was such a great way to celebrate Reformation day! 6 people accepted Jesus into their hearts. Carmen had been in severe pain since falling down a flight of stairs 3 years ago… today Jesus fully healed her!”
A Man Named Jesus
Along their journey, the team met a man and his wife. After prayer, he was healed of knee pain.
“@laurenshields had a word of knowledge to go to the grocery store inside. Where we met a man named Jesus and his wife he was healed of knee pain then they both accepted Jesus!,” Elizabeth wrote.
Two of the six people they met were drug dealers. “Next, two drug dealers surrendered their lives to God!” according to the post.
One team member, @ava.leanne, “got some powerful words for Edgar ( she had green top on her treasure nap) and he then accepted the Lord!”
A Total of Six People Accepted Jesus
The post went on to explain:
“After outreach was over, Kenny was driving David and I home and we saw a homeless man on the side of the ride so we pulled over to give him a zevia, after we asked his name WE REALIZED HE WAS OUR FINAL TREASURE! He matched 6-7 of our clues! We showed him the paper and he was so moved he let us pray and his leg and hand pain were healed! Jeff was a sniper/veteran and is living out of his car. He was sober and in his right mind. We gave him cash but want to bless him with help/food and a few essentials ( if you feel led to help him let me know)! Sometimes the most impacting moments are after outreach is “over”.
Indeed, there is no perfect day to tell the world of God’s love. As you go on with your daily tasks, always remember that the Lord desires for the prodigals to come back, and may you be His instrument to call them to finally come home to Him.
“The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is upon me, for the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to comfort the brokenhearted and to proclaim that captives will be released and prisoners will be freed” (Isaiah 61:1, NLT).
Header image: People evangelizing [@untamedjesus]. Instagram, 1 November 2020, https://www.instagram.com/p/CHBkx5aHnkS/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link