Miracles in Haiti
What an amazing privilege it is to be serving in the nation of Haiti
right now… These are truly days of transformation for this land!
Yesterday YWAM Haiti received a lovely new ambulance, given to this country through YWAM Mercy Trucks, out of the UK. It’s one of the nicest and most equipped ambulance Haiti has ever seen, and therefore brings with it an incredible witness of the love of Christ! There was singing and
dancing as we anointed it and prayed over it last night, for the building of
God’s kingdom here.
Today was the first of three days of prayer and fasting for the
nation. The government called for these days to replace the first three
days of the annual mardi-gras. This is a huge landmark in Haiti’s history! I and my team-mate went down to the town square this afternoon, and from a distance heard voices cheering like at a football match. When we got to the scene, we were amazed to see the square packed full of people. The entire crowd was singing and dancing, worshipping Jesus with hands lifted high, as the church is using this time to repent before God for their nation’s sins. This is indeed the beginning of the transformation of this land!!
We have a clinic here in St Marc that takes care of earth-quake-victims. Two days ago, one of the women who is a patient there had a dream that she was being prayed for by three foreign kids with a white cloth. She told the hospital administrator her dream and told her what the kids looked like in the dream, who then called for the three kids to come down. They pulled out the cloth, laid it on the lady’s injuries, and after asking God how to pray, they prayed the Lord’s Prayer over her. They pulled her to her feet, and slowly at first, she began to walk. As she realised there was no pain, she literally began walking, leaping and praising God – hugging everyone along the way!
Please keep Haiti in your prayers over the remainder of this weekend.
If this country truly humbles itself and repents, there is no limit to
what the Lord will do!
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