Cy and I (Rob) went out into a small village of about a thousand people with two fellow team members who are Thai. They understand English so they could translate for us. We went out to visit the sick in this village. We arrived at a house with two sick ladies. One of them was lame and the other couldn’t walk without help. We didn’t do much because we couldn’t speak Thai, but the Thai girls were getting acquainted with the two ladies. At one point one of the ladies asked us to sing a song for them. We sang “Shout to the Lord” for them. Afterwards I took advantage of it and got the girls to translate the words of the song. I began to talk about Jesus with the two ladies. I explained to them that Jesus loves them and I told them about the things that He did in love while He was on the earth. One of the things that I mentioned was that Jesus healed the sick. After I shared about Jesus one of the Thai girls asked the ladies if we could bless them in prayer. We did. I prayed that Jesus would reveal to them that He loves them so that they may believe in Him and be saved. After the prayer, we all sat in silence for about 5 seconds. I felt the Lord lead me to take one of the ladies hands and lift her up to walk. I got up and went to the lady and put out my hand and said, “If you believe that Jesus loves you and that He can heal you, stand up and walk with me.” She took my hand and stood up. I walked her about 30 feet and then she let go of my hand and walked around by herself. We were all amazed. Then Cy came to me and said that God had spoken to her saying that the other lady is going to walk as well. I took her word for it and lifted the lady to her feet. I told her to walk in the name of Jesus. I walked a little bit with her and then the four of us stood in a square and she walked person to person. It was amazing. Jesus healed the lame before our very eyes. I almost couldn’t believe it myself. The two ladies wanted to receive Jesus into their lives and did. We were amazed at how God can use simple young people like us to heal the lame and have them believe in Him.