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[Field Story] If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord! Palestine

Updated: Sep 20, 2023

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Hello I am Rana from Palestine.

I have been blind since birth. I went to several famous hospitals to treat my eyes, but they didn’t get better easily.

I desperately wanted to see the world with better eyes, even for just one moment, but my family and I have become weary after continuous disappointment and frustration.

Then one day, I happened to meet a Christian doctor and got an examination. He said that the power of Jesus, not medical skills, would heal me.

After that, he laid his hands on me and prayed, and then I felt Jesus touching my heart that had become so weary and worn. And thinking that this Jesus could heal my eyes, I accepted Jesus on the spot.

I don't know much about Jesus yet, but I want to know Him more. I believe that Jesus who touched my heart will also touch my family's heart and heal my eyes. Please pray for me so that I will not lose faith and continue to pray to Jesus.

For if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord's. (Rom 14:8).

Dear heavenly Father who loves Palestine,

Thank You for loving Sister Lana, who was blind all her life and lived in darkness, and leading her to know Jesus, who is the light.

Sister Lana wants to know You more Jesus.

At this time, would You cover Lana’s eyes with the precious blood of Jesus, the eyes that have been blinded from birth which no medical treatment could treat, and be healed immediately. Would You open her eyes.

Let her know that our Lord is in control of all sickness, life, and even death, and let her live the rest of her life trusting in You alone.

May Sister Rana's family also accept Jesus, trust in the Lord in everything, and live only by faith.

Let this family become a church and devote themselves to their neighbours and nation with the confession of faith that ‘if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord’.

Thus, let Palestine confess together ‘whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord's’ and prepare with joy for the return of the Lord.


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