Veiled City: It Came in a Dream
One night I dreamed that an old woman approached me with money in her hands and asked me to pray for her.
The following day, I saw an old woman taking out her trash. She appeared to be sad. I felt impressed to talk to her, so I walked over. I learned that she was worried about her granddaughter, Nuo*, who was scheduled to have surgery to remove a tumor on her spine. I offered to pray with her and invited her to come to our home that evening for a prayer meeting.
After our prayer time that evening, the woman handed me some money. “You don’t need to pay me,” I said, “but if you want, this money can be an offering.”
After Nuo’s surgery, I visited the family, taking over meals and encouraging them through prayer and Bible study. Nuo can walk now, and she attends our church plant every Sabbath.
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*Name has been changed