RR: Glad to see you guys. How come you have all this snow for me when I come back from Africa? Ninety-five degrees where I was.
Father, thank You for this day. Thank You for a safe trip home. Thank You for this class. Thank You for more than just academic learning. Thank You for an impartation, and thank You for healing that person who has a pain on the left lower part of your back, in Jesus’ name, amen. God bless you. You can be seated.
I’ll give you all a full report, not in class, but I’ll give you a full report next Friday in Homecoming chapel, complete with a video. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. You’ll see it with your own eyes.
I’ll give you just a little touch. One night, just in one night’s crusade, there were thirty cripples that walked. One night, in one night, twelve blind people were healed, I mean, total blindness, absolutely fabulous. Huge crowds. I’ll show you in chapel next Friday.
The guys are just getting home. We’ll get it all edited together and have it in Homecoming chapel. So Homecoming chapel, I’m your preacher, but I won’t preach. I’ll let the video preach for me.
Okay, this morning we’ve got to get right to it, a video first this morning. You all remember the little video I showed you a few weeks ago, a little boy in Florida named Tommy Scarborough? Remember that? I’m going to show you another one like that.
Here’s a guy who’s about my same age now. His name is Gary Pridemore, and he was healed in one of the services of my dad’s in 1950 something in Oakland, California. And it’s quite an interesting story. Gary’s still living, served in Vietnam. As a matter of fact, lost a leg in Vietnam in the service to our country in the Army. And he’s still living in Northern California. So if you’ll dim the lights and roll the video, this is quite a testimony.