AN END TO SIX YEARS OF LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS DURING LIVING WATER SERVICE

Last Friday, during the special Living Water Service, Ghanaian Mrs Stephanie Nosore was one of those who experienced God’s awesome touch. For over six years, the 62-year-old had suffered difficulty in walking due to lumbar spondylosis. With a lumbar corset around her waist, Mrs Nosore climbed on the Mountain of Prayer with help from the ushers. In her testimony on Sunday, the pensioner said that she had been unable to do her work effectively. “Sometimes the pain would be so much that I would lose consciousness,” she told the church. During her search for a solution, Mrs Nosore was told that her bone had shifted and there was a compression around her hip, the point where she had felt the most pain. After a few minutes of prayer on the Mountain of Prayer, Mrs Nosore declared, “Thank You, Jesus! All pain is gone.” She said the healing hand of God had settled upon the exact point of her pain, even as she demonstrated the things she had been unable to do in the past.

“This Prayer Mountain is an invisible hospital that takes care of any form of ailment,” she said of the upper part of The SCOAN Altar. She advised people to stay connected to Christ and to keep a clean heart.

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