HOW GOD USED JOHN LAKE IN SOUTH AFRICA

In 1910, a vicious plague hit portions of South Africa (picture is of doctors helping the sick in the plague), the plague had spread so wide that in less than a month, one quarter of the entire population had died. In desperate attempts, the government was offering any nurses $1,000 who could help care for the sick ($1,000 was ALOT of money back then) John G. Lake and his assistants went to help however, free of charge. Having had a medical background, Lake was fit to help care for the…

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Devils Den

Devils Den

Not long after her Ministry began in her hometown would she encounter her first principality. Six miles from her home town there was a town that was infamously called the “Devils Den.” It was place where churches would die instead of thrive, a town that would see no conversions and where the toughest of sinners lived. Maria would say about the town that it was widely known for “infidelity and skepticism.” It is believed that there was only one church in town where no one was ever known to be…

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