7/27/2020
Acts 19

11 And God wrought special miracles by the hands of Paul:

12 So that from his body were brought unto the sick handkerchiefs or aprons, and the diseases departed from them, and the evil spirits went out of them.

Acts 19:11-12

We received the following testimony from a young brother in Tanzania, who took God at His Word!

It was June 2018. I felt an unusual pain in my throat and all throughout my chest. It was so painful that I could feel a bloody smell through my nostrils. I went for check-up at Regency Medical Centre, a multi-specialist hospital located in Dar es Salaam. The doctor’s results showed a developing growth in my throat and concluded that it was a cancer. He just prescribed some drugs and paracetamols, of which I was so upset that I couldn’t swallow them.

I went for check-up at a different hospital hoping for negative results, but in vain. I had to quit teaching because chalk dust made my condition worse. I was so desperate, like Elisha before Jordan River. I silently sought God for months, without relief. I later revealed it to my pastor who gave me a prayer cloth from the VGR; I believed with all my heart that the cancer was finished.

In August 2019, I went back to Regency Hospital for diagnosis. The doctor reported that the cancer was still there, but it was dormant. My faith grew stronger, I felt like, “Only Believe, All Things Are Possible.” I persisted!

In January 2020, I attended the Youth Quiet Time Meeting held at Dar es Salaam Zoo. My prayer was, “Lord I thank you for my healing!”

Four months later, something happened! An instant heavy cough went through my throat which made me spit out two black bloody pieces of flesh. I was scared; I rushed to hospital for examination. To the doctor’s surprise, not even a single speck of cancer was detected. I am now in a very good health. The Lord Jesus Christ of Acts 19 is here, the same yesterday, today and forever. To Him be the Glory forever and ever.

Amen.

Brother Jacob Marwa

Dar es Salaam Tanzania

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