A Double Answer and Sign from God

A Double Answer and Sign from God

This story is about a young, energetic couple in a closed country. They are active Christians, in charge of youth activities in their church. At the time this story occurred, the wife, Kim, was pregnant. After giving birth to a precious baby boy, her joy turned to panic and fear. She couldn’t move her legs! They were totally paralyzed. They rushed her and the baby from her little rural village to the hospital. There, the doctor prescribed her some antibiotics and said that they should help with the paralysis. She was hopeful, but another problem cropped up. The medicine interfered with her milk supply and she was not able to nurse her baby. Her husband, Hinh, went to the mountains to search for beehives to harvest so he could sell the honey and have money to buy milk for his newborn. He prayed as he went, half expecting an answer.

Thankfully Hinh wasn’t the only one praying. Their little church also began fasting and praying for him and his family. On the third day of prayer, the mother could walk again and she was able to produce milk for her baby! Imagine her husband’s joy when he returned from the mountain to discover a healed wife and a happy, well-fed baby.

This double miracle helped confirm to the couple and church members that they were on the right path, for they had recently received a DVD about the Sabbath and were studying this truth from the Bible. They believed in the true God but they didn’t know if this new truth was from Him or not. The church members took this beautiful answer to prayer for the couple, the ones to initially receive the DVD, as a sign that they should accept the Sabbath.

The whole church became Seventh-day Adventists after witnessing these miracles!

*All names have been changed for the safety of the individuals.

This story comes from ASAP Ministries. ASAP stands for Advocates for Southeast Asians and the Persecuted. ASAP Ministries exists to multiply disciples through ethnic missionaries who serve wholistically among the unreached, refugees, persecuted, and poor from the 10-40 window. If you would like to read more of their mission stories, visit asapministries.org.

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