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9/10/13 at 04:40 PM 0 Comments

Miracle in Malaysia

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A letter was recently posted on facebook of the testimony of Mrs Abimbola Ogedegbe. Pastor Adeboye was on an evangelical mission to Malaysia last month when God visited her and her family. She had an infant of 16 months who was unable to walk …. for unknown causes.

She and her husband were at the airport when Pastor Adeboye arrived in Malaysia to welcome him … waiting at the gate as they did not allow her access to the restricted passenger area. Before the arrival of the evangelist who is the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, she had fasted for 2 weeks and spent time in prayers.

It happened when Pastor Adeboye came out from the airport to approach his car, her husband reached out to him to touch his hand even as they had prayed earlier that God will heal their daughter through the visiting evangelist. Immediately he touched the General Overseer, he walked to his daughter and touched her and spoke the word “In Jesus name – Rise up and walk”

Two hours later she began to walk. Mrs Ogedegbe writes that her life and that of her entire family
has changed …there is a new joy and peace in Christ.

She has asked her testimony to be published and that any who believes should raise their hands to heaven and touch JESUS by faith expecting their healing and that she has prayed a prayer of agreement for all who will surrender to Him and believe – using her experience as a point of contact.

You are the next to testify of God’s goodness and mercy. Please share this post to someone in need of a divine touch from God. God is still doing great miracles all over the world, thousands are being healed and millions are coming to know Christ like never before. Believe.

High King of Heaven, my victory won,
May I reach Heaven’s joys, O bright Heaven’s Sun!
Heart of my own heart, whatever befall,
Still be my Vision, O Ruler of all
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