Today was a lot tougher walking than I anticipated, although it was meant to be stretching 17 mile walk today, I got a litter disorientated around Bushey in Hertfordshire and probably added at least 2 miles, today I had a few chats with cabbies, one who was a christian said he would look out for me in Trafalgar Square tonight. Having been taken off course I met A couple of Indian ladies, the first Mary, was a believer and really encouraged by what I was doing the second lady was called Roshni we had a long chat about Jesus and the resurrection and reincarnation, after talking for about 30 minutes Roshni, decided to become a follower of Jesus.
Walking into London was all I had hoped it would be, coming down the Edgware Road was like walking in the middle East just colder.
Again I met another guy Mohammed he was in a lot of pain in his hip and knee. After chatting for some time I offered to pray for him,within a few seconds he jumped up and asked,”What have you done?”
He had felt a warm sensation down his right side and all the pain leave. I told him that Jesus had done it, and he confessed to being free from pain and having full mobility, almost immediately he got up and almost ran off, before I could get his details.
Mohammed leaving his face somewhat obscured, probably for the best.
I continued into central London, walking down Oxford Street and Regent Street, there were crowds of people, but in reality I only spoke to a handful, I had a good chat with Gabor from Hungary.
Then it was on to the finishing line at Trafalgar Square, wherr I was met by some hardy souls who had braved the cold and wet. Thanks guys.
It was emotional to see family and friends, we prayed for the nation and for everyone who had seen or spoken to me along the route. God has been so good, I have seen first hand Jesus working powerfully in people’s lives. Thank you everyone who has stood with me in prayer and supported me, it made all the difference.