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God's Tiniest Missionaries, Andy the Man of God

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This is an excerpt from my novel on Amazon, God’s Tiniest Missionaries, Andy the Man of God!  This is the 2nd novel of a trilogy.  I have not written the 3rd one yet.
God bless.

     And, as I began to play the tune, the power of the words from my song, “There is Healing in His Hands”, miracles began to happen all over the sanctuary and so I just continued to sing.  The first announced miracle was a young mother who brought her baby son over to grandpa.  The baby had been born with a skin disease.  He had a severe rash all his tiny little body but now, his skin was all clear and smooth the way a baby’s skin should be.  Before she sat down, a man with severe heart disease felt warmth come across his heart and then he noticed his heart beat was totally normal.  One man who had no bladder and was wearing a bag, all of a sudden felt the urge he had to go to the bathroom and when he did, the bag was not unattached and he was able to use the bathroom normally.  A blind woman who had come with her unsaved husband received her sight; she had been blind for 10 years.  After she received her sight, her husband broke down and cried, “I believe, I believe, Jesus I believe in You now!  He knelt down and accepted Him into his life at that moment!    A crippled man got up and out of his wheelchair, he had been injured in the Korean War and was hospitalized for many months.  He had been in a wheelchair ever since he was released from the Veteran’s Hospital and now, he was running, not walking, but running around the sanctuary.  We had one Viet Nam veteran that had lost most of his right arm and injured his left hand and the Lord put his arm back on him and fixed his injured hand!  Praise God!!!  

This book is on Amazon.Com, Author:  Marilyn S. Jennings 

Copyright © | Year Posted 2019




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