Two friends of mine here in Sweden have studied a year at SOS Mission Bible School, and a few days ago my Facebook feed was filled with testimonies about miracles thay had seen in Mbeya, southwest Tanzania, where they had done a missions trip. Mission SOS have put several videos from this event on their Vimeo, and I would like to share these amazing testimonies with you:
First we have an intro video, where the campaign coordinator shares that miracles are taking place even before the campaign has started.
Then comes the report from the first night of the campaign, where many were healed and saved. A young girl shares how she prayed for another girl who was totally deaf, and she starts to weep of joy when she explains how she was healed!
In the third video, we hear about a man who was blind in his left eye, who became healed so that he could imitate other people’s actions when he covered his right eye.
In the fourth video, the campaign coordinator tells us about mute people speaking and more blind people seeing, and a young lady shares how she prayed for an older lady who had a lot of hearing problems, but was healed so that she claimed that she could hear anything.
And in the final video, we hear an amazing testimony about a lame woman who was healed so that she could walk again!
As I’ve explained in another blog post, I am very used to hear these sorts of testimonies from Africa. In fact, I expect them. I have so many friends that have been on campaign missions in developing countries, and I can honestly say that almost every single one of them can tell about how they saw a blind person seeing, a deaf one hearing, a lame person walking, etc. This is what Jesus promised: “The blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised and the good news are being preached to the poor.” – Mt 11:5