Psalm 20:7, Some trust in chariots and some trust in horses but our trust is in the Lord our God

Four weeks ago, I noted blood in the urine which I passed off as Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). I was concerned and wanted to visit my family doctor immediately, unfortunately it was my family doctor’s day off. I went to see another doctor and that doctor took a sample of my urine and said there were no traces of blood or infection in my urine. He just gave me some alkaline granules to clear my urine. The next day, I again noted there were traces of blood in my urine. This time I went to my family doctor and he diagnosed it as UTI. I was put on a course of antibiotics for ten days.

On Sunday, 4th June, I went up for prayers and Ps Lynette prayed for me and got the word bladder possibly gall bladder. I shared with Ps Lynette that my doctor had ruled out gall stones. I completed the course of antibiotics. Still there were traces of blood in the urine and this time I could see tiny little clots. My doctor had arranged for me to see a Urologist on Thursday, 6th June.

During the service on Sunday, 11th June, Pastor Wendy released a Word of Scripture from Psalm 20:7, Some trust in chariots and some trust in horses but our trust is in the Lord our God. While praying, Ps Wendy also sensed in her spirit that someone or some people were having headaches or migraines and that God wanted to heal them. I was already complaining to Ps Lynette a week ago about headaches that I had been having. After the morning service on 11th June, I went up for prayers for the headaches and the blood in the urine. Ps Irene prayed for me and got a very strong word of knowledge in her spirit – “Growth and she said to go for an MRI of the brain. I shared with her that I had recently gone for a Colonoscopy and CT scan for my digestive system. Ps Irene shared that while driving to church she had a Word of Scripture from, 2 Chronicles 20:15, The battle belongs to God. Both were very apt and timely words for me.

On Thursday, 15th June I went for a Cystoscopy. During the procedure, the doctor detected a growth about 3 to 4 cm in size. His initial diagnosis was early stages of cancer. I immediately rejected and rebuked the diagnosis In Jesus Name. The doctor advised that I go for further surgery to remove the growth. My husband and I decided to have the growth removed the very next day.

On Friday, 16th June I went for the surgery and the surgeon detected two smaller growths in addition to the first growth. He sent them for biopsy. By faith I am claiming that God has removed every cancer cell in my body In Jesus Name.

I know I serve a miracle-working God and I put my utmost trust in Him for nothing short of a miracle. May God bless PLMC with the blessings of Ephesians 3:20, Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, Praise and Glory to God Our Father. Thanking you for partnering with me in prayer your Sister-in-Christ Jesus, Geraldine

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