SVHR Newsletter October 21, 2014

Healing Waters Flow in all Seasons

Healing Waters Flow in all Seasons

 

Silicon Valley Healing Rooms are OPEN October 21 from 11am – 1pm and 7pm – 9pm

 

We continue to be honored to pray for people.  We were open on October 7 with 17 people coming for prayer in the morning and 14 in the evening.  People are hearing about Silicon Valley Healing Rooms and coming for prayer.  People have already been calling to verify our hours for Tuesday October 21 before driving great distances for prayer.

GOD ANSWERS PRAYERS

One woman we prayed for was from another country and didn’t speak English.  Her daughter translated for all of us.  It was the first time she had ever been to anything like the Healing Rooms.  We prayed through the original prayer requests.  And then she introduced several other issues in her life to pray for.  Despite the language, there was a bond of trust and tears that formed.  She felt the genuine love of God in the prayer.  She really knew that God cared about her and her situations (some 6 thousand miles away.)

 

A woman came in with a lot of fears about many things.  It took courage to come for prayer.  The team received scriptures in advance for her.  The team prayed through each issue.  And the team recommended several handouts which are designed to give people ongoing ways to hold God’s truths close.  They recommended the page that has verse after verse outlining the ways God sees her. And they recommended the Swatting the Fly page that has 40 verses to read about overcoming fear.   Appointments like these come with “homework” after the initial prayer allowing the person to lock on and adopt scriptural truths for new prayers.

 

The team saw in advance a man side by side with Jesus looking under the hood of a car that wouldn’t start.  The man finally asked Jesus what he thought he should do. Jesus pointed out one thing which was then tried allowing the engine to start.  Then Jesus said the man should try some jet fuel in the car which was available at the man’s church.  The man heard this and was amazed.  Both his father and he were mechanics and had s pent time under the hoods of cars before.  It fit in with his request that was tied to an issue with his father.  The picture was very confirming that Jesus knew exactly where the man was in his journey with God.

HEALING THOUGHT

There’s power in the name of Jesus.

The Word of God says that Jesus’ name has power over all evil (Col 2;15) and that people are healed in His name.  Jesus commissioned us in Mark 16:18,  “to lay hands on sick people and they will get well.”  It is with the authority of His name that this happens.  The power in the name of Jesus is living awareness of His victory over every evil power, every spirit of infirmity, and over all the power of wickedness.

The Holy Spirit imparts supernatural wisdom and discernment as to the issue that needs prayer.  This often leads to the Holy Spirit revealing the need beyond the physical symptom.  With Holy Spirit guidance, we pray in faith with confidence.  We are only effective as our working knowledge of God’s heart, Jesus’ power and authority and authorization to continue His work through us, and the specific direction of the Holy Spirit on how to pray.  We pray in His name to convey His presence in us.  Jesus is the power behind prayers that effects healing.  “Let us be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might.”  Ephesians 6:10-11

INTERCESSOR NOTES

Colossians 2:10  “You are complete in Him…”

THANK YOU

Thank you for being on the team and coming to pray.  Even if you can only stay for a specific time, it is appreciate – especially on busy days.  Some of you have stayed longer than you intended to help with the number of visitors who have faithfully waited.  Thank you so much for hearing His call and coming.

To His glory,

Stephanie Shoquist and Susan Mitchell and Cathy Railton

Silicon Valley Healing Rooms, SunnyvaleCA

557 Hyannis Dr.SunnyvaleCA94087

PLAN AHEAD…. WITH YOUR CALENDARS

1st & 3rd Tuesdays (Oct 21, November 4 & 18, December 2 & 16)

10  am soaking,  11 am – 1 pm open hours

6   pm soaking, 7 pm – 9 pm open hours

 

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