Dianna Hobbs gets emotional on TCT during her first sit-down interview since being miraculously healed: ‘I’m just so thankful’ 
Friday, May 12, 2017 at 9:53AM
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Award-winning faith-based media specialist Dianna Hobbs poses for a picture with Pastor Demeris Johnson who interviewed Hobbs at WNYB Studios on the set of TCT in Orchard Park, NY as she shared her miraculous testimony of healing during a taping of “Celebrate” Thursday, May 11, 2017 (Photo Credit: TCT/EEW Magazine)Article By Amy Bertinelli // EEW Magazine Newswire

Share Award-winning Empowering Everyday Women Ministries, Inc. Founder, Dianna Hobbs, fought back tears in her first sit-down interview with TCT since being miraculously cured of two autoimmune diseases during a prayer service in March.

“I’m just so thankful God healed me,” said the First Lady of Evangelistic Temple COGIC in Buffalo, who also sang a worship medley on the popular program "Celebrate", which will be seen by millions Friday, May 12, 2017 at 5:30 PM ET.

“God still works miracles today!” proclaimed the Buffalo, NY native while being interviewed by local pastor, Demeris Johnson. During the exclusive chat following her ministry in song accompanied by her pianist and brother, Lamond Brinson, Hobbs talked about how she temporarily lost function of her legs, her capability to sing, the ability to digest food, and suffered horribly due to the grueling effects of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia.

But now the publisher of EEW Magazine, the premier web publication for women of faith and color, says, “It is wonderful to be feeling great and healthy after being in and out of the hospital for months."

Though doctors initially suspected cancer and did find a tumor in her body, by the grace of God,  it turned out to be benign.

Dianna Hobbs passionately sings a worship medley accompanied by her pianist brother Lamond Brinson on TCT’s “Celebrate” (Photo Credit: TCT/EEW Magazine)

The 40-year-old wife and mother, and Top 100 blogger for women of faith, received healing during a “50 Women Praying” intercessory prayer service. The event drew intercessors from around Western NY, as well as global leaders from various continents that prayed from a distance.

Today Hobbs is a beacon of hope for so many that have lost faith in God's miracle-working power and need a reminder that the same Jesus of the Bible is still working all these years later.

According to the humanitarian and sought-after minister of the gospel, she will be “forever overwhelmed with thanksgiving because by the blood Jesus shed on Calvary and by the painful stripes on His back, I am healed!”

There is no longer anything eating away at her bones and joints, causing chronic fatigue, driving up her blood pressure to stroke levels, making it hard for her to breathe, crippling her digestion, and forcing her into an extended period of inactivity.

Dianna Hobbs cries out to God as women intercede for her at the “50 Women Praying” worship and prayer service where she received a miraculous healing Sunday, March 26, 2017 at Covenant of Grace in Niagara Falls, NY (Photo Credit: 716 Pics)

“There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t thank God for doing the miraculous in my life. Our God is completely and totally awesome in every way!” said Hobbs.

The inspirational leader, however, is not only testifying of God's goodness; she is also using her broad base of support and growing platform to spread Autoimmune Disease Awareness.

For those who believe in her cause, Hobbs is requesting donations to her  501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization to help her continue to get the word out about autoimmune diseases and offer free spiritual resources to grow the faith of the masses around the world.

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You should know:

Statistics from the national Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, Inc. (AARDA) say 50 million people in the U.S. suffer with an incurable autoimmune disease of which there are more than 100.

It is one of the Top 10 leading causes of death in the U.S. and the #2 cause of chronic illness.

The autoimmune disease epidemic is on par with cancer and heart disease. Yet, sadly, very little of the federal budget goes toward finding a cure.

Your donation can help make a difference.

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