By John G. Lake
In the Johannesburg Tabernacle, at a Sunday evening service about a year ago, God instantly healed a lame girl. She came from Germiston. She had been suffering for three-and-a-half years from what the doctors said was either an extreme case of rheumatism or the first stage of hip disease. She was not able to get up the steps without assistance when she came to the platform to be prayed for.
They asked her, “How long have you been sick?” She said, “For three-and-a-half years.” “Have the doctors treated you?” “Yes; for two-and-a-half years, and then they gave me up.” “Who has been treating you for the last year?” “A hypnotist.” Just then, a well-known hypnotist arose in the audience and moved forward and took the front seat. Continue reading The Power Of God Against Hypnotism