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Addressing Questions

Addressing Questions


Posted By on Dec 7, 2016

The question I’ve been asked the most ever since I wrote the previous post is: If I am already healed, then why is my body still sick? THE ANSWER CAME IN A DREAM Last night I had a dream: I’m sitting in a chair in a dimly lit room. A few people are with me, including my husband. The phone rings beside me, and when I answer it, a lady’s tearful voice says, “I need to talk to Sara.” “Sara isn’t...

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In my last post I shared Scripture that shows the difference between faith and belief and how we don’t have a faith problem–when we don’t see what we’ve prayed for manifested–we have an unbelief problem. Let me remind you that unbelief is simply allowing our 5 senses to tell us that our negative circumstance is bigger than what the Word of God says. Our senses can not only affect us, but they can dictate...

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I’ve been in repentance mode. I’ve been changing the way I think. It’s important to change the way we think because the enemy is after our minds. If he can affect our thinking he can affect our behaviour. Repentance means: change the way you think. If you change your thoughts you’ll change your behaviour. The following is what I’ve been discovering about lack of faith and unbelief. I believe if you can...

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Hardness of Heart This video will show you: How your heart can become desensitized to God How a hard heart hinders your ability to receive the miraculous How to remain soft before God Share His Love:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new...

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The Most Surprising Thing You Might Have Never Heard About Your Soul There are many sick and dying in the Church because they believe their souls are sick. But a Christian’s soul is not sick. It’s just waiting to be saved. But meanwhile it can be renewed. We are three parts (spirit, soul and body) and every part affects another. But at best, the church has only focussed largely on two parts: the spirit and the body. The...

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What Salvation Really Means Is it necessary to wait for a manifestation of your healing? No. How can I say this? Haven’t I waited for a manifestation of my own healing? I’ve answered that here. Now consider this: would a man, after hearing the Gospel preached and being convicted of his sins, run to the altar to pray for salvation, then agonize and wait for a manifestation of his forgiveness? No! If that happened, we would...

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