On Wednesday Morning, Peter and Cathy from VOH joined us for praying people at Isaiah's Rock. We approached 3 Filipino Americans, Peter, Celia and Ray. Chatting about life and personal stories was fun and easy, but when it came to religion, they seemed to be less interested in Jesus. Since Peter and Celia live in Walnut area, we invited them to celebrate Easter at church. This couple goes to Catholic church and didn't accept our praying offer. Later the wife Celia became more open talking with Cathy and we prayed for her afflicting bone fraction on left wrist. She's been suffering for 4 years. After prayers, she was still in pain.
Met Humberto, 80, had been a professional boxer for 35 years. He walked from Mexico to US when he was 11. Got married and then sent to fight as his career in Japan, Hawaii, Philippines. He kept Lord in his heart and thanked Him for surviving life and giving him good health. Since he never prayed in his life, we thought it would be a good idea to give thanks to heavenly Father. So we prayed together for Humberto for God blessing, keeping and loving him!
Saw Paula and her neighbor Martha. Paula's mom Maria was healed by Lord and has been doing well at home. Prayed for Martha. She is excited to invite and welcome Lord every morning!
As we prayed in the midst of people, there was someone saying "I need a prayer". Found out she was a volunteer (I can pronounce her name but can't spell it, Bokale?). She asked for prayers for her 2 daughters in college. We prayed together withe her husband Richard.
And this sweet family introduced by brother Reuben. Lima the mom has 2 daughters Crystal and Royomi; Abigail is daughter of Crystal. Lord healed Lima right away. Her shoulders got hurt at work and was waiting for government's check to see the doctor. Her two daughters heard prayers and cried a few tears.
Met brother Edward who we prayed for last week. He said Lord answered his prayers and gave him a job interview at 12:30 on that day. As he headed for interview, I pulled his cart and went through line for food. Volunteers kept loading food into this little cart as if our Father keeps pouring out his goodness into our world. That feeling is warm and satisfying, insomuch that His love floods and overflows our hearts. Truckloads of goodies were being unloaded and even more from God is awaiting!