prayer And PRAYER

A few years ago a friend of mine got into a terrible car accident. Her neck was injured severely. Now there is prayer, which Christians are taught to do both in and out of church. Then, there is PRAYER. The difference between prayer and PRAYER is how desperately you want God to answer you. I woke up early one morning thinking of my friend. I had been praying for her, but I didn’t feel that was good enough. I couldn’t rest anymore until I let loose a real PRAYER. I started praying at 5:20 am. My son interrupted me at 5:45 am. At that point I commanded the evil spirits causing distraction to leave, and reminded the Lord that he needed to help me because he said I have power (Luke 10:19) and he would give me whatever I ask for in prayer (Matthew 21:22). Plus, my friend’s life depended on it!

I lifted my hands, and spoke in my prayer language louder and faster. In my mind I saw I was standing over my friend’s hospital bed with my hands over her. Her body looked like liquid silver, and dark impurities were floating to the top, shrinking, and disappearing. I decreed financial abundance for the family to help them pay bills. I decreed a numbness and removal of all fear, anxiety, and other negative emotions associated with the accident. I reminded God that he doesn’t do anything halfway, so I didn’t expect a partial healing, but a complete and total healing of my friend’s neck with no residual pain, and a full range of motion. Our Lord loves when we ask him for big answers because it shows him we believe he can do big things!

At that moment, I felt our Lord tell me to put my hands around my friend’s neck in the vision. I did so gently. Then I saw a very large angel slip his hands into my hands as though he were putting on gloves. The angel was holding a brand new section of vertebrae for my friend’s neck! It was glowing brightly! When he snapped it into place the glowing light started moving through her arteries and veins, filling her brain with light first, then the rest of her body! By this time I was sobbing! The angel removed his hands from mine, and then I removed my hands from my friend’s neck. In the vision I told my friend she would receive confirmation of her healing through the doctor’s exams to come. I thanked Jesus over and over again while I wept. Today, my friend is alive, healthy, walking and driving!

Now I want to be very clear: I did not heal my friend. My prayer alone did not heal her because many of her friends and family were praying for her. For some reason, God allowed me to participate with him in healing her. Maybe it was to build my faith in him, or maybe it was to teach me how to seek him at a deeper level. I don’t know. I do know, though, that our Lord wants us to seek him. He wants us to participate with him. If we allow ourselves to be a willing instrument, God will blow his breath through us and make beautiful music! Isn’t he wonderful?

“Have faith in God,” Jesus answered. “Truly I tell you, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them. Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

Mark 11:22-24

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