Bits of Healing

Written by GospelBlog on Monday, January 12, 2015. Posted in Miracles

Bits of Healing

Happy Monday, brothers and sisters. We're continuing this month's Miracle Monday theme by bringing you more Blessing Bits from the Gospel News. If you have a short, sweet experience that you've wanted to praise God for, please send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. While you're at it, renew your subscription to the Gospel News, or subscribe for a friend or young person. It'll bless you — and them — more than a bit.

Sister Judy Lambert, Detroit Branch 2, MI

For several weeks I had been very tired. By the time I went to the doctor, I was barely able to get out of bed. I was told I had a heart murmur which was not too concerning. The next day the doctor received my results and told me to go to the ER immediately for a blood transfusion and further testing. My hemoglobin had dropped to 4.2. Normal range is 12 to 16. During my transfusion (4 units) many doctors came to see me surprised that I was doing so well and that fatigue was my only symptom. One doctor said he came to see the "miracle woman" since my hemoglobin had been so low. I told them that I serve the Great Physician and that He has already taken care of me although I greatly appreciated their help. I returned to the doctor 10 days later and he was very pleased with my progress and told me my heart murmur was gone! I thank God for his tender mercies.

Sister Leati Ford, Windsor, Ontario

In June, 1939, a very painful affliction came upon me. My face started to swell and my left eye was swollen shut. My husband, Brother Frank, took to me a specialist. The doctor found that I had a cauliflower cancer in my mouth. They quickly made arrangements to operate on me. I was very discouraged, but I told my husband that no doctor would ever operate on me; instead, I would ask the elders to anoint me. That evening, Brothers Joe Lovalvo and Marco Randazzo arrived at 12:30 with many brothers and sisters, to anoint me. The Lord heard their prayers and healed me. On the day of the surgery the swelling had disappeared and there was no need for an operation. After two sets of X-rays, the doctors finally admitted they could find no trace of cancer!

Baptism Miracles Wanted

Next month's Miracle Monday theme is baptism, and we can't wait to read your testimonies. When God calls, no matter how loudly or softly or dramatically or subtly, it's always powerful. Please share your personal testimony with us!

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  • Brother Gary Thompson

    Brother Gary Thompson

    06 February 2015 at 14:24 |
    I think it's amazing that when we start to read about a miracle, we already know the ending. The amazing thing is the that feeling you get when you get to the end, Wow That Awesome, GOD's Awesome.


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