Learn about Mel’s story and the miraculous healings God has bestowed on her:
At the age of twelve my father decided that he was an atheist, so I from that early age, I became an atheist too.
When my boys were aged 11 and 13, I had an operation which left me unable to walk properly due to nerve damage. Hemorrhaging was another side effect and the doctor also thought I might have cervical cancer. Many tests were done to try to remedy the problems but nothing worked.
My husband and I were invited to a coffee morning run by the Revival Fellowship and we were amazed at the friendliness of the people, so much so, that we thought it was a ploy to get us out of the house to rob our belongings! Thankfully that was not the case (haha). We could see that these people had something that we didn’t have and we wanted to find out more.
On Sunday, 7th August, 1994, we attended a church meeting and I decided to be baptised by full immersion – just as they did in the Bible. I felt as though heavy bricks were taken off my shoulders and I then felt as light as a feather. Any burdens that I may have had were all gone.
The next morning I awoke feeling fantastic. Walking around the bed, I was in awe of the feeling of “no pain”. I also had no hemorrhaging. This was a miracle!
When I went outside to hang washing on the line, I decided to pray for the Holy Spirit and to my surprise, as soon as I started to say “Hallelujah” which means “Praise the Lord”, I started to speak in a language that I had never learnt – just as they did on the Day of Pentecost in the Bible.
Ringing my doctor, I explained that I was sure that I was healed of everything he had diagnosed me with. Within the next week, he had me into the specialist’s office to verify whether I was healed or not – and to his surprise I had no symptoms any more. Another miracle!
Two years later, I was diagnosed with bowel cancer. After having elders from church pray over me, I was completely healed. Another miracle!
I have never looked back and I praise the Lord for everything he has done for me and my family.