Has Pain and Suffering Left You Confused About Healing Miracles?

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Are You confused about healing or doubt God’s will to heal us, based on your circumstances?

Have you ever said the following or heard someone say any of these?

* If God wanted me healed, He would have answered my prayers by now and healed me
* Healing is not for today and was only for the time of Jesus and the Apostles
* Healing is for others and not me
* What about all the fruit in my life from my suffering and sickness, ….God must want to use me in that way so He hasn’t healed me

I think most  of the church has believed such things for a long time now, but this amazing testimony should cause us all to rethink scriptural truths about healing. If we are honest, we have to admit like this woman, we’ve all been duped into believing a lot of lies about God and healing, based on our personal circumstances and not based on what Gods has promised! You can’t make this stuff up – God’s Kingdom is advancing, and stories like this are on the increase, so  let’s hop on that bus and start believing through the testimony of our blessed sister in this story. She confirms for me, it is most certainly God’s will to heal through the finished work of Jesus! Let’s do this together church, and crush the lie!

Victory over sickness in Nigeria through Jesus. Randy Clark Ministries Testimony

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Victory over sickness in Nigeria through Jesus. Randy Clark Ministries Testimony

Listen to this touching testimony and see how new life emerges from God’s love through healing in Nigeria. This man was healed of several conditions including stroke symptoms, back issues, partial paralyzation, and kidney failure. Watch as he gives an emotional testimony full of gratitude on how God is healing each condition. God’s Spirit is amazing Jesus is Lord!

Smith Wigglesworth: Blessed are They Who Hunger and Thirst

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“Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.”

“Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” Note that word, “shall be filled.” If you ever see a “shall” in the Bible make it yours. Meet the conditions and God will fulfill His word to you. The Spirit of God is crying, “Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money: come ye, buy and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price.” The Spirit of God will take of the things of Christ and show them to you in order that you may have a longing for Christ in His fullness, and when there is that longing, God will not fail to fill you.

See that crowd of worshipers who have come up to the feast. They are going away utterly unsatisfied, but on the last day, the great day of the feast, Jesus stands up and cries. “If any man thirst, let him come unto me and drink. He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.” Jesus knew that they were going away without the living water, and so He directs them to the true source of supply. Are you thirsty today? The living Christ still invites you to Himself, and I want to testify that He still satisfies the thirsty soul and still fills the hungry with good things.

In Switzerland, I learned of a man who met with the assembly of the Plymouth Brethren. He attended their various meetings, and one morning, at their breaking of bread service, he arose and said, “Brethren, we have the Word, and I feel that we are living very much in the letter of it, but there is a hunger and thirst in my soul for something deeper, something more real than we have, and I cannot rest until I enter into it.” The next Sunday this brother rose again and said, “We are all so poor here, there is no life in this assembly, and my heart is hungry for reality.” He did this for several weeks until it got on the nerves of those people and they protested. “Sands, you are making us all miserable. You are spoiling our meetings, and there is only one thing for you to do, and that is to clear out.”

That man went out of the meeting in a very sad condition. As he stood outside, one of his children asked him what was the matter, and he said, “To think that they should turn me out from their midst for being hungry and thirsty for more of God!” I did not know anything of this until afterward.

Some days later someone rushed up to Sands and said, “There is a man over here from England, and he is speaking about tongues and healing.” Sands said, “I’ll fix him. I’ll go to the meeting and sit right up in the front and challenge him with the Scriptures. I’ll dare him to preach these things in Switzerland. I’ll publicly denounce him.” So he came to the meetings. There he sat. He was so hungry and thirsty that he drank in every word that was said. His opposition soon petered out. The first morning he said to a friend, “This is what I want.” He drank and drank of the Spirit. After three weeks he said, “God will have to do something now or I’ll burst.” He breathed in God and the Lord filled him to such an extent that he spoke in other tongues as the Spirit gave utterance. Sands is now preaching, and is in charge of a new Pentecostal assembly.

God is making people hungry and thirsty after His best. And everywhere He is filling the hungry and giving them that which the disciples received at the very beginning. Are you hungry? If you are, God promises that you shall be filled.