Tonight, me and Julia went out to pray for people. Julia had never been a part of a healing, so I made sure to go through the steps I did and thoughts I had when healing. We walked down the hallway and came upon a few people who all said they had no pain in their bodies. We prayed for them that God would help them in their lives and that they get closer to Him and we went on. We found a guy who sometimes had headaches and pain in his ankle. We prayed that it would never come back. He thanked us, and we went on. We went to our lounge and talked to a girl who said she had pain in her back. On a scale of 1 to 10 it was a 6. I asked Julia if she wanted to do the healing, and she said I could do this one, she would watch. So, I prayed for the girl and commanded the pain to be gone in Jesus’s name. The girl immediately moved her back around and looked surprised. She said before she had a bunch of knots in her back but now she could not feel any of them. Her pain had totally gone! We walked away praising God. Even though the other healings might not have worked, it is important to always give glory to the most high, Jesus Christ. Thank Him for working in ways greater than what we can merely see. After the girl’s healing, we went to another floor where I prayed for a guy’s wisdom teeth to stop hurting. It took three prayers but his pain finally left him. He gave me a fist bump and we moved on. Julia suggested we go to Walnut Hall, which was about a 30 second walk outside. We ran through the cold until we reached the building. We walked in and saw no one. Julia wanted to pray for the store clerk so we walked in to the little shop. I told Julia she had it, but she looked scared for a minute. Finally, she mustered up her courage and went and talked to the lady. The clerk said she was not sure if there was a God or not, but she had no pain. We prayed for the lady’s aunt who had pancreatic cancer, and then left. We met two students outside the store that we knew were not Christians. We asked them if they had pain. They both said no until I kept asking. The boy said his shoulder hurt from dislocating it a while ago. I said that’s awesome let’s pray! The boy looked scared for a second and said “oh no I don’t want you to pray for it.” I told him Jesus could heal him right here and right now, but he said he did not want it healed from Jesus. I looked at Julia in surprise. I have never had someone reject prayer and even healing like this before. Even if Jesus healed it, he did not want any relief. He said his grandma died from cancer a while ago, and she was a Christian, so he stopped believing. He blames God for her death. We told him that things happen like that, but he didn’t listen. The two left. We prayed silently for him as he walked away. Those are the kind of people God wants us to meet and change. That is our job, to turn people back to God, to show them truth. Julia said she really learned a lot about being fearless and not caring what others think, because it only matters what God thinks.