Touching Incidents and Remarkable Answers to Prayer

Genre:Testimonies
Subject:Collection of testimonies
Publisher:J. W. Hazelton
Year:1893
Location:Lansing
Library:Open Library
Online:https://archive.org/details/touchinginci...

Scripture Testimony Index stories in this book

Seventeen year old Charlie Coulson vows to not take any anesthetic before surgery could be done on him, choosing to trust fully in the Lord. And he did just that. His remarkable loyalty and prayer while on his sick bed, will nearly ten years after his death, lead his unbelieving physician to Christ.
In 1870, James H. Blackman's wife was diagnosed with "Bright's disease of the kidney" - an incurable ailment. But holding onto Christ's promise; James, his wife and daughter, petitioned God to heal her. And on February 25, 1873, the medically impossible, miraculously became possible.
Mrs Susan Miller had been afflicted with rheumatism since childhood. Despite the monies spent seeking relief, nothing changed. But turning to God, she found instant and total healing; when Mrs. Griffin anointed and prayed for her.
Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome and his men were surrounded by their enemies in Germany, and for five days, they suffered thirst and hunger. He prayed to his gods to no avail, but an astonishing miracle took place when he beckoned on the Christians in his battalion to pray to their God.
In the midst of a fierce snow-storm, John Barry; an old charcoal-burner and his wife ran out of food supply. Instead of giving in to despair, they got on their knees and prayed to the One who alone could help them. The Lord heard them and sent them help from ten miles away.
Brother W.B Bailey and his wife suffered from different infirmities; while he dealt with cancer in his left breast, his wife had a paralysing pain that shrunk her left arm. Both of them found total healing in answer to prayers by the saints.
A crowd gathers to beat and lynch a congregation. Although helpless and without any tool for self-defense, the brethren kneel in prayer raising their voices to God as their only hope. The crowd disperses on its own without attacking the congregation.
An old saint with his four sons trusts in the Lord's instruction to suspend their journey until the next day against their usual routine. The route they were supposed to take was attacked in the night.
To the disappointment of his family, an unbelieving man commits to renounce idolatry if Jesus heals his dying wife. Upon her healing, he went round his village declaring: “Jesus Christ, He is the only true God!”
To the disappointment of his family, an unbelieving man commits to renounce idolatry if Jesus heals his dying wife. Upon her healing, he went round his village declaring: “Jesus Christ, He is the only true God!”