Years ago I spent some time chatting on the internet. I met a young gal that I became a close friend with for a time. One day she told me that she was to go into the hospital the next day for cancer surgery. She had lumps in her breasts. This is the account of what God did for her.
After I was told about her need, the Holy Spirit told me to call her and pray for her. I had not talked to her on the phone as of yet. I asked her and she consented. We talked for a short time and then prayed. After I had prayed for her, the Holy Spirit told me to expect a miracle. I told her what was told me so we then just started praising and thanking the Lord for what He was doing. I was working night shift at that time so I needed to get to sleep. I went to work that night and came home to a fabulous email from her. The best I can remember it went something like this.
She had typed a song and said that she was singing. She then said that what she was going to tell me that I probably wouldn’t be surprised but she was and so very thrilled. She went to her scheduled appointment and they did one more test before the surgery. The doctors were amazed, as they could not find any lumps on either breast to remove. God had totally removed the cancerous lumps. I was thrilled and amazed at the love and grace of Jesus that he had shown to this gal. I was humbled and felt very privileged to be a part of her miracle.
I don’t understand why Jesus does a miracle for some and others it takes a long process at times for healing. Yet I know that miracles are still for today. God is able and faithful to do what He has promised.
The Bible tells us that according to our faith be it unto us. We also know that by His stripes that we were healed. I have come to this conclusion. Jesus did not take those painful agonizing stripes for nothing. This act by Him was not in vain. He did it for you and I to be healed. Even when things seem the darkest in our lives, regardless of the pain or problem, it is time to hold on to Jesus and trust, believe, and exercise your faith. As you praise him in the midst of the pain, you too may also get a miracle.