Doctors routinely give vital services and information to their patients, whether it’s a diagnosis, prescriptions, comfort, or instructions. When most people get sick, they don’t think about being the one sharing anything helpful with their doctor. But when Mongolian Haggai leader Munkhchimeg Enkhee nearly died from COVID-19, she knew she had to share the Gospel with the doctor who saved her life.
“Dr. E is from a Muslim family,” Munkhchimeg says. “My son and I were praying for her to know Jesus, and the Holy Spirit had given me words of knowledge about her life. When I told her what He revealed to me, she confirmed all the words and was surprised I had information no one else knew.”
Munkhchimeg told Dr. E that only God could reveal that information, and the doctor was overwhelmed with a desire to follow Christ.
“As we were praying, Dr. E told me she felt a tingly feeling all over her body — starting from her hands and going to her head,” Munkhchimeg says.
Later, Munkhchimeg visited her general practitioner for a routine visit. There were three people in the office at the time — her doctor, a receptionist, and an extremely sick woman in the waiting room. Munkhchimeg had her dog, a Bolonka, with her.
“Thank God no one told me my dog couldn’t come into the office,” she says. “The doctor said, ‘What a cute dog. I had a Bolonka for 15 years, and I love dogs.’ I knew this was an opportunity to start a conversation, and at the end, the Holy Spirit gave me an opportunity to share the Gospel with her, and she gave her life to Jesus.”
Then, incredibly, Munkhchimeg also shared her faith with the receptionist and the sick woman in the waiting room.
“The receptionist was intrigued, so I shared Gospel with her too, and she gave her life to Jesus,” Munkhchimeg says. “This is the power of testimonies and prayers — there is a domino effect.”
The sick woman looked at Munkhchimeg as she gathered her things to leave, and Munkhchimeg felt the Holy Spirit tug at her heart. The woman was so unwell she couldn’t walk. She had black spots around her eyes.
“I could see death was paralyzing her body,” Munkhchimeg says. “I asked her if she had been listening and if she would like me to pray for her. She hesitated at first, but ultimately decided to give her life to Jesus. I asked her to renounce every sickness and everything that she felt binding her, and it seemed like she named all the sicknesses one person could possibly have. I was in shock to think how this little lady could be fighting in her body with so much against her.”
All three women downloaded the Bible app on their phones and joined Munkhchimeg’s Facebook page, where she conducts discipleship groups virtually.
“I lift up all the glory to our Father in Heaven, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit — my dear friend. I am in awe of how great our God is.”
Written by Jill Clair Gentry