Guest Post by Shade
Indeed, we serve a living God that cannot be fathomed (Isaiah 40 vs 28). He is the greatest surgeon-Genesis 2 vs 21. Sometimes ago I was terribly sick, I was experiencing pains inside the left part of my chest—exactly where my heart is located. The pain became intense and severe and I was wondering what could be wrong with me, but I was not ready to go to the hospital for fear of receiving a daunting diagnosis. I was getting weak and could barely do things by myself. My fear was further triggered because I had a close friend then that has heart issues and she sometimes ask me to help with the purchase of her medications. I know they are quite expensive and my thought is I cannot afford this, but I kept my thoughts to myself. The members of the house fellowship where I teach came to visit and help me out.
While sleeping in the middle of the night on the day my fellowship members visited, I saw a sharp scalpel cut open the upper left side of my chest (location of the heart that hurts me) very quickly, did certain things which I could not fathom because the whole process took less than a nanosecond. I did not see the person but after the process of opening and closing it back, I was shown an overripe “Papaya” indicating the state of my heart and I heard a voice that says “I have given you a new heart, don’t misuse it”. The Lord later explained to me that he gave me a brand new physical and spiritual heart. I woke up in amazement, looked at my chest, the surgery left no scar. That was the end of the sickness, I became strong, hale, and hearty again till today. Hallelujah.
I appreciate the Lord for this incredible divine surgery, wholeness, and deliverance which I enjoyed till today, not because I prayed or deserved it, but His unfailing mercies and remarkable faithfulness spoke for me. I am always cognizant of the last part of the message that” I must not misuse my heart”—I do jealously guide the use of my heart, even spiritually. The God that conducted my unexpected and undeserved surgery can replace or recreate any organ or parts in our body. I have seen a wombless woman conceive and deliver twins twice and doctors cannot explain it. As many that read this testimony and need a new organ or body parts, the Lord will strengthen your faith, visit you and replace or recreate any parts you need as He did for me in Jesus’ mighty name. —The enduring Mercies of God will speak for you and you shall testify to His goodness.
God bless you all—Shade Olayinka-Bello