The Miracle Ship

| December 24, 2013


The Miracle Ship


Do you believe in miracles? Do you believe in miraculous healing? Do you believe in demonic possession? Do you believe in exorcism or deliverance? Perhaps you should hold your response until you have read this remarkable book.

Recently a little girl with irreparable brain damage was pronounced dead by two hospital specialists who advised her parents to switch off the life support machines. Today she is a healthy teenager. A teenage boy whose spinal cord and several vertebrae were crushed by a lorry was destined to spend his life in a wheelchair, able only to move his head. He now plays football with his friends. A gypsy curse that brought death to numerous members of a single travelling community over five generations has been lifted and ended. A young man tormented by six demons has been delivered and set free.

How were such miracles wrought? What do they have in common? They have John Gillespie in common. John spends his days travelling North and South of Ireland bringing miraculous healings to people (numbering already many thousands), delivering others from demonic oppression, and preaching the Word of God. Who is he? How has he been gifted with such extraordinary power? This true account of his life, of the miracles and deliverances that follow his prayers, will amaze you. If you read and liked Briege McKenna’s Miracles Do Happen, you’ll love The Miracle Ship.


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