LR: I went out and I was curling my hair and I went around the house and I went, “What’s that smell? Oh, it must be Labor Day and somebody’s barbecuing. Da! I left it on like an hour and a half.
RR: What color were the French fries?
LR: I never even caught on that it was my house. And Catherine Olivia came screaming, “Mom, Mom, Mom, did you leave something in the oven?”
RR: Chocolate French fries!
LR: They were about this big, little charcoal, and so I had to clean that junk in the kitchen before I came down here. And it’s all Mark McGwire’s fault because I was watching all of the interviews from his homerun.
RR: This is the first lady of Oral Roberts University. Give her a big handclap.
LR: And I made your day count. We have a cooking I got so tickled. I started watching all the interviews with Mark McGwire.
RR: And you got healed.
LR: I got healed and I didn’t even get to eat my French fries, so it was a miracle.
RR: If you have a healing testimony, pick up your phone and call us and let us know what God is doing in your life. Praise God.
Yes, Sue, do you have another testimony?
RR: I’m trying to get over those chocolate brown French fries.
LR: You never mind. Moving right along.
SUE: Elizabeth in Austin, Indiana has a sixteen year old son who came home from his practice and his toes were swollen so. They took him to the doctor. He had that blood disease in them. They were going to amputate his feet. And she is on the line. You gave a word of knowledge, and he received that. He is healed.
RR: Hello, Elizabeth.
RR: How are you tonight?
ELIZABETH: Oh, we’re happy and rejoicing.
RR: Tell us what has happened.
LR: What was it?
RR: What happened, Elizabeth?
ELIZABETH: He come home from school and he had wore brand new tight tennis shoes. What had happened was, he got blood poisoning in his little toe and it shot up all the way from his little toe, all the way past his ankle, going up his foreleg.
And the doctor said, “its blood poisoning. We may have to amputate.” So they give him some mega antibiotics and sent him home.