That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

That Time We Led a Jewish Village to Yeshua

“Remember that time we led an entire village of Jewish people in a prayer to accept Yeshua as their Messiah?!” That is something I never imagined saying, but it is exactly what happened in Tach Gayint, Ethiopia on a trip with Jewish Voice Ministries International (JVMI). JVMI has been setting up medical clinics in places like Ethiopia and Zimbabwe for many years, and an important part of every medical clinic is the prayer tent. After people receive medical treatment, they have the option of stopping in the prayer tent for counseling and prayer. On each trip and in every clinic, people are prayed for, and many are healed. On this trip, as usual, we set up a prayer tent, and for the first day and half, we saw miracles.

One young girl, who walked six hours to come to the clinic, asked for prayer because her right arm was paralyzed. Two years earlier she had surgery to remove a goiter and during the surgery her entire right arm became paralyzed. A group of people prayed for her, and I watched life came to her arm. She began to lift her shoulder, bend her elbow and grip her fingers for the first time in two years. Excitement and tears filled her eyes as we all worshipped God for what He had done for her.

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