5.27.2013
Peace

Alzheimer is a disease that affects millions of people around the world. It’s something that tests the faith, not only of the one suffering from the disease, but of the whole family. This brother from Mexico gave his father a break from the burden for a few days, and took the opportunity to introduce his suffering mother to the prophet of God.

The Holy Spirit crossed the language barrier and gave peace to his mother.

My mom has Alzheimer. In the rate of 1 to 5, she is about 3.5 of advancement of this illness.

Well, today is the first time he is out of the home. I came home and talked a little bit with him before he left. The routine of my mom is this: all day long she keeps walking from bedroom to kitchen, from kitchen to bathroom, and on and on, all day long, even when she is supposed to stay sitting on a chair. When it is lunchtime, she stands up very often.

Well, when my dad left, I played a version of the Bible that I have on my cell phone, but it made my mom uneasy. I don't know if there is something wrong on the audio of this version or what happened. Then I played an excerpt that I have of the story of the wounded dove that Brother Branham speaks during, “On The Wings Of A Snow White Dove.” It calmed her down a little bit. Then, when I was having breakfast, I played the Message “The Third Exodus.” It caught her attention. I told her, “It is a prophet that God sent us, who is preaching.” Then she, by herself, sat and stayed there, listening.

She doesn't know English, but the Voice of God is beyond those barriers of language. About 10 minutes later she stood up, went to kitchen, and came back. This time, she sat next to me on the sofa. Why is this so remarkable to me? Because she never spends that much time quiet. And today, she just stayed next to me listening to the Message. Then she fell asleep, very quiet, what she never does. She never sleeps during the daylight, but now she just looked like a baby.

The Voice we hear on the tapes is not Brother Branham's voice; It is God's Voice. Praise be to God.

I have faith that God is going to do something with my mom's health, and I can say as those Hebrew children, God has power to deliver her from that demon named Alzheimer. But if God want's not to do it, anyhow I'll keep loving the only one God.

Brother Francisco V.

Monterrey Mexico

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