I recently returned from the lovely city of Quito, Ecuador with my friend Miranda. It was my first time ever in South America and I fell in love with the people and the culture. God is doing amazing things in the city of Quito and I am so grateful I was able to not only witness it, but be a part of it. I snapped that photo above in a church called San Francisco de Quito in their town center. Legend has it that the church ran out of money to pay for the completion of the church, after all every square inch of it was decked out in incredible works of art. And so one of the church elders sold his soul to get the rest of the money to complete it. Whether that’s true or not, we definitely felt a strong oppressive spirit inside of this place, as well as in the town center. So we prayed for the people of the city, for their freedom and healing.
Speaking of healing, I witnessed multiple miracles through Miranda. She has a healing ministry with her husband Jerame so this is her daily work. But it was such an honor to walk beside her and witness it all unfold. One of the nights our team (about 30 people from the LA area) were praying for people at a local church service. Miranda got on the microphone and began to share words of knowledge for people that needed healing. And I watched one by one, people get healed. Their eyes opened up and you could see the shock in their eyes as they felt the pain or issue that was once there totally gone. So she said “lungs”. She kept saying it and by the 3rd time I thought, “wow is God speaking about me?” You see, as long as I can remember I have had a hard time getting deep breaths. I’ve had shallow breathing all of my life and I just learned to deal with it. But she kept saying it and when she gets a word it’s accurate. So I raised my hand and you should have seen the look in HER eyes, lol. “Lezlie?!?! well alright, thank you Jesus”. I went up. She prayed for me. I literally felt a space in my chest cavity open up that had never been there before. I was healed and He used my friend to do it.
When I got home from Ecuador I slept like a baby… for several nights in a row. This is unusual because Clarence has sinus issues and usually snores. But after about a week of sound sleep I had to bring it up to him. He then shared, “yeah, the night you came home from Ecuador I felt something open up in my nose.”… You don’t say?!
Just as we read in scripture, God still heals today. Have you ever experienced His supernatural healing?