Thursday, June 23, 2011

This Supernatural Journey I

This is my second blog entry since beginning this blog site and I have decided that I am going to start blogging some of my thoughts and/or experiences in walking out this supernatural kingdom journey that the Lord Jesus has laid upon us (Luke 22:29) who believe (Mark 16:16, Romans 10:8-10). They may be simple stories or detailed stories. They may be just thoughts, or experiences. Whatever, just stuff from me. More regularly, hopefully. haha!

Today as I was on my way back to work, after having lunch at home, I saw a woman walking toward me who had a brace on her left leg and a sling and brace on her left arm. Immediately I thought to ask her what happened and to see if I could pray for healing for her. In my thoughts, I quickly asked myself *Could I do this and still make it to work in time. Sure, I've seen many videos of others who have done so in just a quick word and touch. No reason it shouldn't work here too.*

So, I proceeded to ask her as I walked past her. "Wow, what happened to you?"
She replied "I got run over by a Semi."
"I was wondering, could I pray for healing for you?"
"I am a Christian, but I really have to go. I am in a rush."
"Oh, me too, I am actually on my way back to work. It will only take a moment."
"Ok, sure."
"What is your name?"
"A... T..."

Usually I will ask if it is alright to put my hand on the person, but for whatever reason, I didn't this time. I just reached out my hand and placed it on her left shoulder and proceeded to pray as she put down her head and closed her eyes.

Faith like a child"Father, I thank you for A... T... and how you love her. Jesus I thank you for taking all our sickness and all our diseases. In the name of Jesus Christ, I command A...'s bones to be mended. I command her muscles, ligaments, tendons and whatever needs fixing to be mended right now. In Jesus' name, be healed." (That's best I remember it. Actual words may be slightly different. Not that it matters. I've been told, there is no formula and it's not what we say, it is who says it.)

A... opened her eyes and lifted her head and said thank you. I acknowledged and we both started to depart from each other quickly. I yelled out to her, "Test it out now" and continued on my way. I never stuck around to see if she felt anything or if there was any improvement. I just believed, Jesus will do what He will do and she will be blessed (...they will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover.). I went back to work and made it on time. I would like to run into her again, maybe when we have more time. I am expecting that she will have a good testimony.

Thank you Jesus for the opportunity to partner with you in extending your kingdom in A...'s body.

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