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From Intensive Care to Home

Vineyard Antwerp

The world does feel gripped by fear and anxiety, but the truth is that when we know Jesus, we know a new reality.

This is a story of good news reported from Vineyard Antwerp in Belgium this weekend!

Sunday 9.30pm
“Colin Gray, one of the Senior Leaders at Vineyard Antwerp, has just been taken into intensive care. Probably Corona. He can barely breathe. Please pray with us.”

Monday 8.11am
“Colin seems to have improved bit we know no further details yet. Thanks for praying, please keep doing so.”

Monday 11.58am
Ricky Venter, pastor of Vineyard Brussels spoke to Yvi, wife of Colin:
“Morning team some God news!! Colin was released from ICU last night. He is back in quarantine at home but his situation has stabilized completely! He says that around 1am last night he felt God’s peace come upon him and he knew in that moment that he would be okay. His symptoms abated soon after and the hospital released him because he was stable – the hospital is overwhelmed and they need the beds. Yvi, his wife said that they chose to lean into faith instead of fear. They are so grateful for everyone who prayed. God answered. Our first Corona miracle. Let’s continue to trust God for his complete recovery from this virus.”

In the Vineyard we believe that God loves to heal. As followers of Jesus, we carry his authority to pray for healing, but we also recognise that God works in ways far greater than we can imagine!

We continue to pray for those isolated, unwell, grieving, fearful and those on the frontline. Join us in a National Day of Prayer this Sunday, 22nd March, as we pray that God’s Kingdom would come, his will would be done, and that he would heal our land. Find out more here.

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