Pastor Albert Kang is Elijah Challenge Coordinator for Asia
Malaysia, June 2013
In a recent healing seminar where I was a participant, I saw two believers praying for this lady who had a painful shoulder because of a bone spur growth there. They were closing their eyes and crying out to the Lord for quite a long time. Nothing happened.
I intervened and shared with them the biblical approach used by Jesus and the apostles – which is to command the infirmity to go in the name of Jesus. They paused and looked at me because they did not know me. I had to assure them that I am a pastor and is involved in the healing ministry. Then I asked them to keep their eyes open, lay their hands over my hand as I laid hand on the painful shoulder. Instead of praying and asking Jesus to heal, they joined me in rebuking this infirmity with the power and authority given by the Lord (Luke 9:1-2).
Immediately the lady felt relief. When asked from the scale of 0 (no more pain) to 10 (original pain), how was she feeling, she said it was a ‘two’. The two believers were thrilled that this miracle was happening before their eyes. We joined effort and commanded the pain to go and the shoulder to be healed two more times. The lady was completely healed. She was able to reach her back with that formerly painful arm. She swung the arm, first cautiously and then vigorously. She lifted the arm up and put it down. She did that several times with disbelief in her expression. Smiling widely, she told us that she had no more pain. The two believers and I clapped and gave glory to God. Praise the Lord for giving all of us the ‘power and authority’ to heal the infirm in His name. Glory to God in the highest.