SVHR Open Hours March 3, 2015 and Newsletter

Springtime Brings New Growth and Hope.
Springtime Brings New Growth and Hope.

SVHR OPEN HOURS are March 3 from 11am – 1pm and 7pm – 9pm

10 am soaking, 11 am – 1 pm open hours, finish praying by 1:45 pm

6 pm soaking, 7 pm – 9 pm open hours, finish praying by 9:45 pm

March 3 Notes

Team members are still excited about what God did last Open Hours in healing the woman with Charcot Foot.  Testimonies bolster the faith of all the people who see and hear the work of God.  This visitor walked out of our Healing Rooms carrying a walker.  Praise God.  It feels like a breakthrough to a new level.

“Your healing shall spring forth speedily” Isaiah 58:8


A team member saw in advance a double rainbow.  The other team member wrote down Exodus 15:2, “The Lord is my strength and song, and He has become my salvation; He is my God, and I will praise Him..” NKJV The man who came had gone through being diagnosed with cancer and seeing it go away completely.  Recently the doctors think they’ve spotted something again.  So the chemo is starting up again.  Getting the picture of a double rainbow was significant to the man.

Because one of our Prayer Team members had just lost a sister and is caring for ill parents who are close to death, she could relate to a woman who came for prayer to cope with her husband being in hospice, and pray with the authority of knowing that the Holy Spirit does send comfort.  The prayer recipient was deeply blessed during the appointment by the Holy Spirit. And she felt understood by the people who prayed for her and what their personal experience gave them in empathy. We praise God for matching visitors and their needs with prayer teams.


James 5:13 says, “Is anyone among you suffering?  Let him pray.” NKJV

People come in for prayer for various requests.   We pray for healing, and see God do amazing things.  With circumstances that include suffering, let us encourage the people to pray over their own bodies.  With our prayers for their concerns, we join them in agreement.  Then we add whatever God gives us for them at the beginning of the appointment.

Some people may need the encouragement to know that their prayers are heard by our Heavenly Father.  Prayer is a dialogue and there are things we learn through listening in the midst of our challenges.  These lessons are precious to God.  It’s the practice of prayer that allows us to tell God our hearts and to hear His heart.  For those who aren’t as comfortable or familiar with this practice, encourage people to continue the dialogue in honesty.  Their ongoing prayers continue to “water” the prayer seeds that are planted in our appointment time.  Let us be encouragers of every visitor’s personal prayer dialogue with God.


One of our intercessors felt that there would be a visitor, possibly female, who would come and feel tension about coming. This person would come and receive healing as well as get to know Jesus, maybe for the first time.

Toward the end of the evening prayer time, we wondered who this individual could have been.  We went over the list of visitors again. Then we remembered that one of our visitors was a young child with her mother.  The little girl had not wanted to come inside the house, so various team members had gone out to the street to greet her and welcome her.  Still she stubbornly refused to come inside the house.  Eventually the mother was able to change her mind, and they entered the house.  The little girl instantly fell in love with the art table and started drawing many pictures.  She had a fun prayer appointment with her Mom there.  One of the team members who usually works with young kids in a school, was off for President’s Week. The little girl enjoyed the prayer time, and was very glad she had come.  She didn’t want to leave.

We felt this little girl might have been “the woman” our intercessor saw in the spirit.

We love our intercessors!


As God continues to bring more people to the Healing Rooms for prayer, we ask that you seek Him about your availability to minister at Silicon Valley Healing Rooms over the next few months.  God draws people who will specifically benefit from your points of victory and authority in prayer for them. He works on your hearts, and those He’s inviting to come. You do your service unto God (Ephesians 6:7) and we thank you!


Blessings and strength to each member of our team,


Stephanie Shoquist, Susan Mitchell, and Cathy Railton

Silicon Valley Healing Rooms  557 Hyannis Dr., SunnyvaleCA94087


1st & 3rd Tuesdays (March 3 & 17, April 7 & 21)

10 am soaking, 11 am – 1 pm open hours, finish praying by 1:45 pm

6 pm soaking, 7 pm – 9 pm open hours, finish praying by 9:45 pm




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