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Published On: Tue, Sep 23rd, 2014

Father shares healing of 4-year-old from leukemia, ‘God miraculously healed my son’

It spite of the chaos and gloomy headlines, Christians are still encouraged to hear testimonies of the miracles from God. One of the most recent is a Hindu man, Jagesh, who sought healing for his son from leukemia.

“Since we believed in the healing power of the Hindu gods and goddesses, we first took my son to temples. But even after visiting many temples, there was no improvement in my son,” he tells Charisma.

Taizeen photo supplied by GFA

Taizeen photo supplied by GFA

The concerned father sought help from the local hospital, but was limited by his lack of finances. During the stay Jagesh and his family met a Christian care worker named Pavitra who shared the Gospel with them.

As they listened to a GFA Radio program, a call for healing was made and prayers went out.

“At the end of the message, while the producer was praying for the sick, I and my wife and my son joined along with him. I developed a belief that surely Jesus would heal my son, so I made a phone call to the number I received through the radio. As I called, the person in charge of GFA Radio follow-up received my call, and I shared our situation with him over the phone and requested him to pray for my son,” Jagesh recounts in the Sept. 22 article.

The Gospel For Asia ministry led the family to Jesus Christ and the great healer worked: “there was a change in my son’s health, and as an answer to prayers, God miraculously healed my son,” the father stated.

Four-year-old Taizeen began to walk, play and eat again. The family praises God and reports that they are part of a local church praising Jesus for healing touch.

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