Aug 31, 2010
Aug 29, 2010
Aug 28, 2010
My patient was a middle aged man who lived in a house that reeked of garbage, beer and cigarette smoke. This morning it had one more odor; partly digested blood. There's nothing I like better that the smell of blood that's been vomited after being in the stomach for a while. He got up around three AM and began drinking. A short while later he began vomiting blood. His medical history was significant for emphysema, liver failure and alcohol dependence. To make it worse, the alcohol had eroded either his esophagus or stomach, until blood vessels tore open and began to bleed. My new friend was a mess.
But I spoke not a word of it.
The eternal One heard an unspoken plea that mercy and joy be extended to a miserable man. And He gladly granted the request.
Aug 26, 2010
Aug 25, 2010
September 8th - 11th, 2010
Bill and Beni Johnson, Cal Pierce, Rick Taylor and Jim White
Worship by Don Potter
It's that time again! The Spiritual Hunger Conference hits Spokane for a weekend of miracles, healing, worship, training and all the goodness God has for His people. You don't want to miss this one! Hosted by the International Association of Healing Rooms. To view the schedule of events and speakers and to register, visit their website, here.
Aug 24, 2010
Aug 22, 2010
Matt Sorger and Patricia King discuss the subjects of creative miracles and fasting. Of note in this video is Patricia's story about a man in Africa who had no legs, but during a crusade an evangelist declared he would walk and the man's legs grew out. The entire interview can be found here on Extreme Prophetic.
Aug 21, 2010
If you are diagnosed with a prolapsed mitral valve, you have two options for treatment.
Option one: Surgery. The first video below shows the surgical repair of a prolapsed mitral valve.
Option two: Divine healing. The second video is the testimony of a woman healed by the power of God.
This is the testimony of a woman healed of a prolapsed mitral valve at a conference where Matt Sorger had a word of knowledge. Follow up exams with her doctor confirmed the healing.
Aug 20, 2010
Aug 19, 2010
This story was originally published on the Bethel Church website. The original story can be seen here.
Jon, a young man from Orange County, CA, shared this testimony with us recently:
Jon was driving on the freeway on Father’s Day with his cousin from Chicago, who had prayed the night before that God would use him. They were driving to Jon’s church on Sunday morning. There was a lot of traffic, and he saw two policemen zoom by on his right. There was a big accident. One car was on fire on the shoulder, its front smashed in. The other car also had a smashed front. Two guys were giving CPR to a woman on the ground, her boyfriend and someone else. The cops were already there, but the paramedics weren’t there yet. Jon and his cousin somehow were able to lay hands on her. As Jon was taking her pulse, she died in front of him. So he and his cousin started praying in tongues. Jon saw her spirit and an angel and demon fighting over it. God showed him that her soul was on the line, so Jon was contending for her. Twenty minutes later, she was alive! The policemen kept trying to get him to move away, but he wouldn’t. He kept contending for her soul.
After, the boyfriend hugged them and said, “God is so good.” He gave them his phone number. Her family are all going to go back to church now.
She had broken her C2 vertebra. She’s in the hospital now, so they went to see her. They say sang over her “God heals me, too” to the tune of “God is So Good.”
Aug 18, 2010
Aug 17, 2010
For a couple of weeks, I had a problem when I visited the men’s room: every time I used the toilet paper, it came away with blood on it. I said to myself “No big deal, it’s just a little bit of blood. It’ll go away.”
But it didn’t go away, and soon it was not “a little bit” of blood, but a vivid pool of blood (mixed in with other things) left in the toilet when I was through, and it took extra toilet paper to mop up the blood. One night, I spent much of the night in the men’s room, making substantial hourly deposits of diarrhea and blood. I lost about 3 pounds that night.
After one particularly bad episode shortly before dawn, I stumbled back to bed and determined to try to change my thoughts. Instead of continuing to bemoan the (very) unpleasant circumstances, I tried to look at the situation from heaven’s perspective. I began by repenting for the foolish belief that I needed somebody else to pray for me and accepted the responsibility for praying for myself. I turned my attention toward heaven, and settled my spirit with Holy Spirit. It’s a nice place.
In that settled place, I brought up my physical issue, and in a few minutes, he showed me a portion of his grace that he said would fit my need. So I accepted that bit of grace, and as an act of faith, I applied it to my colon (all this happened as I watched it, inside my head; how do you describe that?). As I applied it, I felt something change: a place inside my physical body where there had been a pain shifted into an itch, but there was no real way to measure a change, since I was pretty empty by this point.
When the morning arrived, I was surprised to discover that I had reason to visit the men’s room, and the results had no blood and no diarrhea, and it hasn’t come back. I was still dehydrated from the night’s adventures, but that was easily addressed with several glasses of water. I’ve decided I like having God heal me.