Luke 7:22 "Go back and report to John what you have seen and heard: The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the good news is proclaimed to the poor.”
I’ve had this book in my kindle for some time called “The Essential Guide to Healing: Equipping All Christians to Pray for The Sick” by Randy Clark and Bill Johnson. Given what’s happened to my friend, I figured it was a good time to get around and start reading it. Randy Clark opens the book with some experiences that increased his faith for healing. One day, God called Randy to hold a healing conference.
“When the conference began at my Baptist Church, I was shocked by how many pastors and leaders came. We were packed out. I had written a letter to all the Baptist pastors in Illinois, Wisconsin and Missouri… The letter began ‘If you, like me, are tired of going to the hospital and praying for God to guide the surgeon’s hand, then I invite you to a conference on healing. I have invited people from the Anaheim Vineyard, who are seeing more healings and who can help us learn how to more effectively pray for the sick…’
I will never forget my first impressions of that conference. The leader, Blaine Cook, was tremendously gifted with words of knowledge… People came forward for prayer, and many were healed. The pastor of the First Baptist Church of Chilliocothe, Illinois, fell at my wife’s feet. He got up healed of a serious back injury from a car accident, removed the half-inch lift from his shoe and threw it away. The deaf heard, sight was greatly improved and many people were healed of pain.”
Somehow a deep desire to see this kind of move of God has stirred in my heart today.
Lord, I pray for supernatural healing. I pray for a movement of the Holy Spirit. I pray for covering for my brother and for his family today. In Jesus’ name, Amen.