Paralyzed Man Walks Again!

Mr. Emmanuel Yeboah, who worships at Pumpside Assembly of Mempeasem District in the Assin Foso Area of The Church of Pentecost, is full of gratitude to God for healing him of paralysis.

Narrating his ordeal during an Area Prayer Meeting held at the Foso Habitat Assembly Prayer Grounds, Emmanuel said on the morning of May 28, 2018, he went to the farm with his colleagues. Whilst working on the farm, he tried to pick something from the ground, but felt a sharp pain in his waist. The pain was so severe that he could not continue farming and had to be assisted back home by his colleagues.

At home, Mr. Yeboah resorted to pain relievers to treat his waist discomfort yet the pain persisted. So, a week later, he decided to solicit the help of a medical professional. Unfortunately, after taking the drugs prescribed by the doctor for about a month, he became totally paralyzed from his waist down and could not stand on his own without support.

The doctor recommended that he undergoes a surgical operation at a cost of GH¢ 20, 000.00 to correct the anomaly. Emmanuel said all effort to raise the said amount, including selling a parcel of land that belonged to him, proved futile.

A month later, Emmanuel and his wife attended the opening service of a three-day prayer meeting held by the Area. When they returned home, his wife dreamt that some medical personnel had come to work on him. He attended the subsequent services of the event with his clutches. To the glory of God, he received his healing on the final day of the event. He threw away his clutches and began walking on his own.

Confirming the testimony, his wife, Mrs. Mary Yeboah, who was visibly elated narrated the dream that she had and the miraculous healing that her husband had received. To validate his testimony, Mr. Yeboah, who could not jump before, began to jump around and gave praise to the Lord for the great thing He has done for him.

Report by: Pastor Samuel Avornyo (Foso Area Reporter)

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