You will surely return alive!
I was dispatched to Vietnam from 1966 to 1969 and participated in the war. When I went there for the first time at the age of 21. The unexpected tropical sunlight that boiled the land over 40 degrees Celsius welcomed us. We soldiers suffered from breathing difficulties and heatstroke. Under these circumstances, we had to lie in ambush and carry out military operations in mountain areas daily. During the war, I was always caught with fears of war and death, questioning, “Can I really return to my country alive from this scorching hot weather, fierce battles and hellish surroundings?”
I kept praying to God that I really want to survive this war and go back Korea in one piece. One day, I made a pledge to God, saying. “If I can return to Korea in one piece, I’ll devote my life to God and the world.” While praying sincerely, I shed hot tears and felt that the sky looked much clearer and brighter than ordinary days. Then, a voice in my mind said to me. “You will surely return alive!”
As it was said, I was discharged from service without hurting a finger despite scores of death moments during hundreds of ambush, searching operations in mountains and countless battles. My prayers did save my life during the war. After returning home. I kept my pledge with God: I diligently trained my spirit and body like pure gold to be His better tool, continuously prayed and received the Word of life in Mount. Daedum and caves near my hometown.
At the age of 34, I began ministry by preaching the new Word and curing the sick with various diseases like deafness, mental illness, cancer, tuberculosis, etc, by praying. And in some cases, even the physically-dead returned to life again. There is so much of such encounters that I couldn’t explain everything to every single person during a gathering. If I were to speak about all of it, it would have took a few days. Furthermore, the
spiritually sick were cured and the those whose faith was dead were resurrected. All these miracles made through prayer are too many to record. Whoever prays, big and small wonders will take place because God is with his or her’s prayer.