This week hots was one of the busiest so far this year. As we were preparing to sit down at our station, we usually have brief prayers just to dedicate the ground, two ladies were already waiting for us so we started off on a busy foot.
We welcomed Molly to the team as a replacement for Emily and she was a blessing with her welcoming personality and wise counsel to the people who stopped for prayers.
Of the two ladies whom we started with, one had severe headache which left completly after prayers, she was among the people who experienced total healing. Alongside her was a gentleman who had pain, weak joints and low energy he felt better after prayers and believed he is healed.
As we were praying a young man came, he wanted prayers concerning dreams that he had but couldn’t understand, and just like in Joseph biblical story an interpretation was vital, this is rare at hots. It turned out that the interpretation matched his situation, a stray wife and growth in his church.
But it was also the hope and optimism that some of the people we prayed for had that was uplifting. A lady who had a story of her three and half years old baby who had gone misssing after recent evictions in some parts of Kibera came to us sobbing fearing the worst of her child, but after prayers she left hopeful, we encouraged her to keep praying and to have faith in God, an old guy retired and with a big family asked for prayers for provison and job opening.
These are amongst the people God brought to us, we stood together with a man and lady both epileptic, a lady who wanted her husband back after he had abandoned the family, and a number who had social needs.
We continue to give God all the glory as we get the privilege to be his servants every week in this awesome ministry.