Yesterday as I was walking back from church when I felt a twang in my back and as I came around the corner I saw a man ahead of me stretching with a golf club and walking his dog. I approached him and asked if he had a bad back and he said he did because of playing golf. I asked if it was in the left of his back to which he responded it probably was. So I described how I felt God had highlighted him to me so that I could pray for him. He however did not want prayer. I build a bit more rapport and shared a bit of testimony but he was still not keep after which I blessed him and left. I reflected afterwards that from now on rather than asking people if I can pray, (especially if they are not keen) I will just start praying during the conversation and proclaim Jesus' healing over them. God may have healed the man as a result of the conversation; I will have to bump into him in the park again to find out!
Something really cool happened to me this morning. I was praying at the end of Mass and I felt God tell me to pray with someone wearing brown and white for headaches in the left side of the brain. I couldn't see anyone so I started to make my way home. Just as I'm walking away from the Church a random lady asks if I want a lift. So I get in the car with her and start having a chat and realise that she is wearing a brown jacket and a white dress. As we pull up at 110 I tell her that God had told me that I was going to meet someone wearing brown and white and that they would have headaches in the left side of the brain. She responds that she is going to hospital a lot at the moment as she gets serious migraines (especially in the left side of her brain). She even shared she was afraid that she was annoying the doctors because she was going so frequently. She also said the reason she was wearing her glasses in that moment was because she had a migraine. So we prayed, I commanded the headaches to leave in the name of Jesus and she was instantly healed!!! ALLELUIA! She's going to ring me in the next week to let me know her progress! GLORY!
A boy turned up to prayer ministry training on pre mission today who identified himself as an atheist. He told us afterwards he didn't know why he was there; he had just been asked to come. Within 40mins another student had prophesied over him about his dyslexia (she had seen jumbled up letters in her mind) and he walked away from the chapel a believer. He signed up to every opportunity he could to help out with the mission. #Jesus
My name is Will Desmond and I've been part of the Sion Community since 2009. I'm studying Divinity, heading up Sion Youth and the Ascent. I love sticky toffee pudding, catching a wave (not very often) and getting uncomfortable with being uncomfortable for Jesus!