Jesus Christ is well note for his ability to perform miracles. Miracles that seems unbelievable. One of the miracles he unknowingly performed occured when a woman who has been bleeding for some years touched His cloak. After touching the cloak or his dress, she became whole. According to Jesus Christ, she was healed because of her faith
Dr. Lawrence Tetteh is the Founder of Worldwide Miracle Outreach, Dr Lawrence Tetteh. He gave a testimony that a mad man, after wearing his clothes, was healed. This happened after the mad man prevented people from removing the Pastor's poster.
The man who is now healed came to church to give his testimony. How true is this? We as Christians or mere observers have no say in such events since we are ordered not to judge.
Lawrence Nene Kofi Tetteh is a Ghanaian International Evangelist in JamesTown, Accra, Ghana. He is married to Barbara Tetteh also an ordained minister, an administrator and a social scientist, who is an integral part of his worldwide ministry and their children live with them in the UK.
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