Her name was Mary Menc. She died a few years ago, but her hair
remained dark and thick for several years after her healing. She was
in the hospital in Hobbema, Alberta, and nearly died.
The doctors could not figure out, at first, what was ailing her. They said
that they thought she had a rare tropical disease. How did she catch
that in Alberta? They finally figured out that she was very low on
Vitamin B, so they pumped her full of it and that fixed her, but most of
her hair had fallen out when she was ill.
Mary went to one of Max's meetings, and got a front row seat, but she
gave up her chair for an older person and sat on the floor instead.
Max asked who had come expecting to see miracles. Mary put
up her hand, so he had her come to the front to pray for her.
He put his hand on her head and was pumping against her head so
vigorously that her wig was sliding around. She was absolutely terrified
that her wig was going to come off in front of the natives, who would
then laugh at her.
Mary was a missionary to the native reservations in Hobbema.
Anyway, Max prayed that God would heal her from the top of
her head to the soles of her feet. That was all that she could remember,
because of her anxiety about her wig.
Mary used to put her shoulder length wig on every morning before she
got out of bed. One morning, a week after Max had prayed for her, one
of her children asked her, "Is that your own hair or is that you wig?"
Then she realized that she had forgotten to put her wig on that day. Her
hair, which had been starting to turn grey before her illness,
grew in thick, dark, and to her shoulders in only a week.
I never heard of Vitamin B shots doing that for anyone; if so, doctors would
have people clamouring for them. We give the glory to God due to