Mrs. Paulina Boako, a member of the Ablekuma Central Assembly of The Church of Pentecost, has been healed of a protracted chest pain she had been experiencing for the last three months.
The 59-year-old mother of three shared her testimony at yesterday’s evening session of the ongoing “Accra for Christ” crusade at the Nsakina M/A School Park in Accra.
In an interview with PENTECOST NEWS on the sidelines of the event, Mrs. Boako said whenever she felt the sharp pain in the chest, she took some painkillers, yet it did not improve. She then visited the hospital for treatment and was given some medications, but that did not help either.
“The medical officer finally gave me Amoxylclav and said that if that did not work, then I would have to undergo an X-ray scanning for further,” she said.
Unfortunately for Paulina, her condition did not improve, but she was also unable to pay for the X-ray due to financial constraints.
“So, I prayed and asked God to heal me since I could not afford the X-Ray,” she said.
Mrs. Boako came to the crusade with her daughter, still enduring the pain.
During the service, the Evangelism Ministry Director, Apostle Dr. Amos Jimmy Markin, requested that all those who were sick and needed a divine intervention to step forward to be prayed for.
“My daughter prompted me to go forward, and I did. Right after the prayer, the pain vanished. I no longer feel any pain in my chest. I am healed. The name of the Lord be praised!” she said.
The “Accra for Christ” crusade, which is under the theme “This Same Jesus” (Acts 1:11), is being jointly held by the Evangelism Ministry of The Church of Pentecost and the Anyaa-Ablekuma Area of the Church.