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Jesus—The Word—Healed Me

by C.P. , Essex, England

In the summer, I noticed a lump on my forehead, and thought it would go away, but it got bigger. Mid-September, my husband said to get it checked out. 
The doctor said it appeared to be basal cell carcinoma, a form of skin cancer, and advised me to go privately to a local hospital to see a dermatologist. The dermatologist agreed—basal skin carcinoma—and said it needed taking out immediately. It was arranged for the following week. 
My husband and I read a KCM devotional every day, and had already started declaring my healing. I cried out to God and rebuked the cancer that was attacking me. I read the Bible where Jesus said your faith has made you whole. I reread a Smith Wigglesworth book. I phoned KCM for prayer, and you sent me a prayer cloth and a Charles Capps book, which I read as soon as it arrived. 
I dug into the Scriptures and declared several times daily, like medicine, “Jesus took my sicknesses and diseases to the cross, and by His stripes I am healed.” Even when I got up to go to the bathroom during the night I would take my medicine by declaring it again. When I prayed, I stood on my Bible like Smith Wigglesworth had once told someone to do, and I said, “Father, I’m standing on all of Your promises in this Bible and they are all mine, so I’m healed.” 
The carcinoma started to change, to get a bit smaller. This slight change helped me ramp up my declarations and in the next 10 days it shriveled up. When I went back to the doctor, he asked what I had done. I told him I was a born-again Christian and Jesus had healed me. He called in two other doctors—all were amazed!
Initially, a mark remained where the cancer had been, but over the last few weeks it has become barely noticeable. Thank You, dear Jesus. Bless everyone at KCM and the minister who prayed for me. Thank God for the truth of His Word, and for the teaching from Kenneth and Gloria Copeland!