Lady Receives her sight in Richmond UK over Easter

The Mission24 team went on a mission to Richmond UK and they had a fantastic weekend of lives being renewed and found in Jesus. Jonathan Conrathe shared about ‘The Power of the Cross’, proceeding into a time of prayer.

There were many healings over this time such as a woman receiving her sight after thirteen years of being blind in one of her eyes. A woman who had a slipped disc 10 years ago gained the fullness of her limb. A man was freed from Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and people made whole, restored from mental health issues and depression.

The following Easter Sunday, these testimonies were shared and released healing to those who had addictions, and freed those who were in bondage.

The team then visited, Church of The Living God and after Jonathan spoke on ‘The Resurrection of Jesus Christ’, Martin and Claire shared their testimonies. At the end of the service, a policewoman recommitted her life, a man and his grandson accepted Jesus as their personal saviour, and the testimony of a woman who had been praying specifically for her dad to give his life to Jesus, came to church with her dad and he dedicated his life!

The Holy Spirit continued to move amongst each church, as Jonathan shared messages, and Martin and Claire shared their testimonies with The Pioneer Church. Prophetic words were also given and people received prayer and were delivered from alcoholism, found healing for marriages and depression.

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, and today, and forever Hebrews 13:8.

We give thanks and praise to the Lord for all He has done over the course of this Easter weekend. If you would like to support the ministry or attend our next mission, please contact us here info@mission24.co.uk.

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