A woman, who suffered from severe rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia that left her crippled, has been completely healed and while she had the help of medical doctors, Dianna Hobbs says that it was Jesus who took her diseases away.
Hobbs wrote her miraculous experience in the book "God Did It: A True Story of Miraculous Healing" in which she detailed how her diseases progressed and how she clung to her faith to get her through the most challenging ordeal.
The daughter of a preacher, Hobbs learned of Jesus and preached the Gospel when she was barely out of middle school. She revealed that because of her great love for Jesus, she used to write Him letters as a child, according to GodReports.
In 2015, Hobbs had a health setback that began with her vision. Top doctors diagnosed her condition and gave her eye drops for treatment. She also sought prayer warriors for her healing and the problem went away.
Unfortunately, Hobbs developed other health conditions that affected her joints, skin, digestion and disposition. Doctors referred her to an expert who said she had rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia.
"By the time he discovered it, there was irreversible damage done to my bones, joints, my heart, bowels, lungs, and my voice," Hobbs revealed, adding she also lost her ability to walk. "I was in adult diapers because I suffered with this condition in my bowels where I could not use a bathroom for days and then spontaneously release," she said.
Dejected and in despair because of her deteriorating physical health, Hobbs withdrew from the public and started questioning God. When she was asked to join a prayer service, however, Hobbs realized that this was a test from Him.
Despite her condition and appearance, Hobbs went to the prayer service because she could not disappoint God, and some 50 people prayed over her. That night, she said in a testimony that she experienced His power washing through her and instantly, she felt her body getting healed.
"The next thing I know I was running and dancing," Hobbs said. "I have been running and dancing ever since."
Hobbs founded the Empowering Everyday Women Ministries and Black Christian News network also honored her as one of the 70 Most Influential Christian History Makers. Her book and testimony hit store shelves last March.