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From Limping To Dancing: Madam Sortie Receives Instant Healing

Madam Larwaa Sortie, a peasant farmer at Sawla, came to the “Sawla for Christ” Crusade limping on one leg, but left the grounds dancing after she was instantly healed of a leg pain which had persisted for over a year.  

The mother of five shared this testimony of her healing with the thousands gathered at the Modern Ghana Park yesterday on the second day of the mega crusade.

Speaking to PENTECOST NEWS in an interview, Madam Sortie said it all happened when she returned from the farm one evening carrying a pan of firewood for domestic use.

According to her, as she dropped the pan from her head, she felt a sharp pain in her left leg. The pain was so severe that she could no longer walk without an aid. All medications she tried did not improve her condition.

So, when she heard that The Church of Pentecost was holding a crusade in Sawla she knew it would be an opportune time to seek a divine intervention.

“I used to be a member of The Church of Pentecost, but I joined the Catholic church after I got married to my husband. So, I have a fair idea how powerful these crusades are,” she said.

Madam Sortie said she came to the crusade ground with an expectation to be healed; she is, therefore, very happy that the Lord has answered her prayer.

Testifying of her healing to the massive gathering, an elated Sortie could not help but dance (something she could not do before) to further prove the divine healing she had received.

In addition to the many souls led to Christ, several spectacular events like Madam Sortie’s have been recorded since the opening of the crusade two days ago with some patrons being healed of various ailments and conditions. To God be the Glory.

The “Sawla for Christ” crusade, which is under the theme: “In the Name of Jesus” (Acts 3:6), would end on Friday, March 18, 2022 and would be climaxed on Saturday, March 19, 2022, with a medical outreach at Changbalyiri, a community in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district of Ghana.


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