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…and the Lord listened to Hezekiah’s prayer and healed the people.

2 Chronicles 30:20 (NLT)

…and the Lord listened to our prayers and He healed the man.


June 4, 2019

Medical reports state that the “numbers” are up. I am praying for a Divine Miracle, along with many others. No sign of cancer in Jesus’ Name, Amen!

I picture him laying in the MRI machine. I hear the noise and sense his apprehension. I call on Jesus for healing. The room becomes a brilliant, yellowy hue. Jesus is standing at his side, directly in front of the infected lower mid-section.

There is a calm in the atmosphere even though human emotion is high, fear of the unknown. I see peace and total healing.

It’s warm but not unbearably so. The hands of Jesus are soft, light but yet strong. He quietly lays them on the body of the sick man. There’s an immediate sensation of heat, an awakening in the lower half of his body first and then it moves towards his heart and his mind.

There’s a feeling of a coming together, knitting, from the depths of his body; it’s strange and can only be, somewhat, compared to the grief he felt when he lost his loved ones.

He recognizes a change, senses a new light and is consumed by awesome love. His reaction is to give in and sink into the MRI vessel because of such uncommon comfort. It’s good. All stress of this situation, this unfortunate moment in time has been erased. He’s left with a peace that he cannot quite put his finger on. It’s odd, something he could never picture himself doing, but he finds himself pleading from within.

I want more!

Jesus smiles and fills the room with His glory. Restoration begins where decay had invaded. This extremely kind, generous, loving husband and father has been made new.

His heart softens, eyes open, healing complete.


July 26, 2019

Glory be to God. The cancer is gone!! Thank you, Jesus, for hearing our prayers and answering! You are a good, good Father!!





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