Madam Agnes Agyemang, a 55-year-old resident of Trado, a suburb community in the Akuajoo District within the Kwahu Traditional Area, has received instant healing from stroke syndrome.
Affectionately called “Auntie Akosua,” Madam Agyemang had been suffering from stroke for the past year, during which she went into a coma for a couple of months.
During a house-to-house evangelism exercise last Saturday as part of the Kwahu Easter outreach, a team from the Evangelism Ministry of The Church of Pentecost encountered Auntie Akosua. At that time, she could not stand on her feet, having been unable to walk for two months since coming out of the coma. Her daughter, who was by her side at the time, showed the team drugs and hospital documents as evidence.
After the team prayed for her, Auntie Akosua rose to her feet and began walking about. “I can walk, and I don’t feel any pain,” she exclaimed.
The next day, when the team visited her, Auntie Akosua was still reveling in the miracle that had taken place.
“I have not been able to sleep. I have been walking throughout the night because it has been many months since I walked,” she said.
To God be the glory!