|Money is to be used, but not loved. Don’t love money and use people. Love people and use money.” Nicky GumbleThis Week’s Highlights|
*Team Approached for Prayer in Park – see Ron & Donna
*Holy Accident at Hospital – see Linda
*KH2O “Sight” Seeing Tour in Vegas – see photo & video below
*KH2O Invited to First Nations Healing Meeting – see photo and details below Twenty-one Kingdom Soldiers came out to minister this week, and went to Health Sciences, Misericordia Hospital, Quest Inn, Central Park, Portage Avenue, and Central Park.Ron & Donna’s Report:
On our way into Central Park we met Loreena who requested prayer for full recovery from her stroke. She appreciated the prayer. Jonathon wanted prayer to be free from addiction and we prayed as he requested. He told us of already attending AFM and when we asked him about work he replied that he was starting as a landscaper on August 1st. We prayed again for success and steady employment.
When we arrived at the table where Erdman and Adina were giving out water Terrence came and shared his story of a kidney transplant and his quest for a better job. Donna and Adina prayed for him for success in his search for that better job and for encouragement in his life. Ron prayed for Chankau who was having trouble hearing – he was unsure which ear was causing the worst problem and after 3 prayers he said that his ears seemed to be working a bit better. And just before leaving the park, Doug, a church pianist, asked for prayer also for better hearing and God’s direction to find a different church. We could see God touch his body but he said nothing about hearing better even though he thanked us for praying.Linda’s Report:
I went out this evening with Andy and Myra, in response to prayer requests sent to Zion Church, which brought us to Misericordia Hospital and then Health Sciences Centre. We had the opportunity to pray with Jerry who had been quite ill for some time and sorely needed a touch and reassurance from the Lord in the midst of his overwhelming challenges. He was barely conscious when we came but this visit aroused him and seemed to give him more peace.
There were two highlights. One was a man who received prayer for a mysterious poisonous bite on his face. Although he seemed to welcome and receive prayer willingly and be grateful for it, and had grown up in the Christian faith, he was still quite angry when asked about his faith and claimed his faith was in music, before storming away for his IV treatment. The other highlight was a man, for whom we were to pray, but had been discharged unbeknownst to us, which left us praying mistakenly for another man. Initially, we assumed it was the right man, but nothing lined up, but we prayed with this man anyway, with his blessing, and he said as we parted that we made his day! Andy called it a holy accident.