How to Develop an “Expect a Miracle” Attitude

Skeptical construction workers healed

miracleAliss Cresswell creates signs that say “Expect a Miracle”. That attitude is part of her everyday life.

One day she was in a hotel room and the Holy Spirit told her to go behind the hotel and sit at a table. So she did.

Two workmen came along and sat at the table next to her. They were discussing the concept that miracles are not even real.

Aliss sat down with them and said she wanted to show them that miracles really do happen. She found out their physical problems and prayed for them. Both men were healed.

Watch the video below to see what happened.

 

Quick miracle, healed of Parkinson’s disease

Alice Cresswell was speaking at a small gathering. Someone pushed up a lady in a wheelchair. She had Parkinson’s disease.

Alice said a quick prayer: In the name of Jesus, be healed.

She ended up pushing the wheelchair out of the meeting room.

Examples of praying for a miracle

Aliss Cresswell found a lump on her breast. This is how she handled that problem.

She did not come into agreement with it. She commanded the lump to leave in the name of Jesus. She put her finger on it and it disappeared.

Watch the story in the video below.

Commands when she prays

When Aliss Cresswell prays, she commands things to happen in the name of Jesus. She will command a demon to leave. She will command bones to go into place.

Watch the video below for further explanation.

No faith; back healed anyway

During a healing seminar,¬†a lady in the audience interrupted to say that her friend’s teenage son had died even after they prayed for him. She said that she and her friend had no faith in healing at all.

Later Aliss Cresswell was preparing to heal someone with a broken back. She asked the lady with no faith to help with the healing. The lady put her hand on the victim’s back and could feel the power of the Holy Spirit coming down her arm.

The broken back was healed.

Watch more in the video below.

 

Watch the entire television interview between Aliss Cresswell & Sid Roth.

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