God Can Do What Doctors Cannot
“On a scale of 1 to 10, the pain was 10 and above,” she shares. “It was discouraging. The range of motion that I had with using my arms and my upper shoulders was very, very limited. I was raising two boys by myself at the time and I had to keep working.”
When a car accident left Diane Pielmeier with permanent muscle damage in her back, doctors told her she would have to live with pain and limited range of motion the rest of her life. But Diane trusted God for her healing.
“I know,” she explained, “I have a great physician in Heaven who's my Father and who takes care of me. I had to learn patience. I just had to wait on His time.”
Diane says she prayed for years until one day, God healed her back pain, and restored most all of her range of motion. But by then, she had also been having frequent headaches.
“I just had to rely on the Lord…getting through the moments of pain, getting through the headaches, waiting patiently for his time to move.”
A few years later, she learned from a chiropractor that her spine was still under stress, which was causing the headaches. Treatments offered temporary relief, but she knew only God could completely heal her. Then, in June 2015, she was watching The 700 club.
“This one particular day,” she remembers, “Terry had a word of knowledge.” And Terry said, “There is someone else – you have a spinal issue,” Terry said. “I don’t know what it is but you have some block to the impulses that need to connect down your spine. God is healing that condition for you.”
“I felt a chill,” she describes. “I felt a warmth, and I was getting so excited. I knew that that healing was for me. Immediately, I could tell that 100% of healing had taken place. I just felt on top of the world.”
For the first time in years, Diane was completely pain free. As far as she is concerned, it is all thanks to God.
“I attribute all that healing to the great physician, my God, my Savior, Jesus,” she says. “I now can do all the work I need to do during the day, have energy in the evening for my son.
In the end, she believes, “It pays to be patient. Sometimes, it's hard to step out in faith, but as soon as you take that step of faith, the Lord meets you. He will take care of you. He has your back.”