SVHR Open Hours August 2, 2016 & Newsletter

SVHR OPEN HOURS are August 2 from 11am – 1pm and 7pm – 9pm

Victory in Jesus Comes through the Cross. Photo courtesy of www.victoryoutreachwhitier.org

Victory in Jesus Comes through the Cross. Photo courtesy of www.victoryoutreachwhitier.orgAugust 2, 2016 SVHR

“Therefore, I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence.”  1 Timothy 2:1-2  May we intercede for our current leaders in government and police service, as well as the candidates running for office throughout our land.  Let us praise God for the democratic structure that we have as a nation and the “voice” we have in voting and showing support.  As followers of Jesus, we are called to be peacemakers.  Let us bring peace to wherever God calls us.

GOD ANSWERS PRAYER

A woman’s neck and shoulder pain levels decreased to a 3 from a 7 level. This happened while thanksgiving was being given for the good things unfolding in her life.  She left better with hope and a fresh perspective.

 One woman broke some soul ties and got a picture of a sword in response to the prayer. Scripturally, a sword represents the word of God. She also gained a new perspective of the heavenly forces there to fight on her behalf.  She left encouraged.
A man asked Jesus to be Lord of His life.  There was great joy in his face.  The team said it felt like there was a big party in heaven. The room had an atmosphere of joy and delight.
A woman returned to our Healing Rooms with the same request wondering why God hasn’t completely healed the matter.  The team, in advance, got the word “Faithful, faithful, faithfulness.  They saw a rainbow which is a reminder that God keeps his promises.”  This was very confirming to the woman who sought prayer for the same issue.  God provided His word of encouragement before the woman entered the room. She was indeed encouraged.
 HEALING TRUTH
 “Behold now is the acceptable time. Behold now is the day of salvation.”  2 Corinthians 6:2

He helped us into salvation.  Now He helps us work out our salvation. Our day of salvation is the beginning of a process of regenerating the old man for the new man. Each day, each challenge, each lesson advances us toward becoming like Jesus.  What we decide and do today effects tomorrow.  Today is the acceptable day of the Lord for you. Our huger for God pulls down heaven to earth in our lives.  His wisdom and power is available to you for whatever the day brings, through prayer.

INTERCESSOR NOTES

Please continue to keep the team in prayer as they overcome obstacles in their busy summer schedules filled with travel and visitors and family responsibilities to come pray.

 Many of the challenges, even the big ones, are distractions from the focus on God and what He wants to do in their lives.

Mei’s suregery lasted 11 hours.  The doctors are declaring it successful. The cancer has been removed.  Now the long 6-8 week road to recovery, because of where the cells were located.  Praying God will accelerate the recovery rate.

TO THE TEAM

Last time we had people obey the nudge from God to come and pray.  We had the perfect amount of team members, even with people traveling and busy with summer plans for the visitors that God sent us.  Thank you for your commitment.  In a society where it is hard to get people to commit to being somewhere, your faithfulness and commitment is warfare to the “culture of busy-ness” in the Bay Area.  Thank you. You are setting victory paths.

May the Lord go before you and behind you in all your comings and goings. God’s goodness and mercy follow you today and every day of your life.  Psalm 23:6

Expecting to See God’s Glory Tomorrow in the Healing Rooms and Every Day!

Stephanie Shoquist, Corinna Kong, and Jeeti Gill

Silicon Valley Healing Rooms  557 Hyannis Dr. Sunnyvale CA 94087

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