Silicon Valley Healing Rooms Open Hours December 3, 2019 & Newsletter

SVHR OPEN HOURS December 3, 2019

11am – 1pm and 7pm – 9pm


December 3, 2019


Christmas is upon us! Thanksgiving was great. But there’s less than a month till Christmas. Houses to be decorated. Gift lists. Cookies to be baked. Presents bought, wrapped and shipped. It feels rushed already. Somehow, we need to carve out time to pause and allow God to unpack the gifts He has for us this year. Perhaps new sight for the 2020 year. Or new levels of joy to give us more strength. Or upgrades to our armor as we get ready for year ahead. Let us ask God what we need to prepare for Christmas and the next year.


During our last Open Hours…

One woman’s pain in her arm went from a 5 (of 10) to 0.

Q:  How was your experience today? 

“Beyond what I can ask or imagine!”

“Amazing as always. So many good words! Physical healing. Counseling. Forgiveness. Emotional healing.”

Q:  What did God do for you during your time at the Healing Rooms?”

“Healing my arm, emotionally and spiritually”

“I’m leaving encouraged, more confident, and physically feeling better. Praise Jesus!”


“He shall come down like rain upon the mown grass” (Psalm 72:6).

“Amos speaks of the king’s mowings. Our king has many scythes, and is perpetually mowing His lawns. The musical tinkle of the whetstone on the scythe portends the cutting down of myriads of green blades, daisies, and other flowers. Beautiful as they were in the morning, within an hour or two they lie in long, faded rows.

Thus in human life we make a brave show, before the scythe of pain, the shears of disappointment, the sickle of death.

There is no method of obtaining a velvety lawn but by repeated mowings. And there is no way of developing tenderness, evenness, sympathy, but by the passing of God’s scythes How constantly the Word of God compares man to grass, and His glory to its flower. But when the grass is mown, and all the tender shoots are bleeding, and desolation reigns where flowers were bursting, it I s the most acceptable time for showers of rian falling soft and warm.

O soul, thou hast been mown! Time after time, the King has come to thee with His sharp scythe. Do not dread the scythe—it is sure to be followed by the shower.”   F.B. Meyer


To prayer! The Lord is healing, and, as the word for this season says, at an accelerated pace. Please take time to hear from God as you pray to these Open Hours. God’s whispers to you make the difference. Text them. Praise God for the healings we are seeing.


Most of the people who leave the Healing Rooms are grateful that you took the time to pray. You (and they) can see how God’s words through you have blessed them in the appointment, and long afterward. You are declaring destinies, confirming words from God, watching God heal people, and releasing them from “stuck” thinking. God is using you to be the conduit of love for people.

NOTE:  Due to the rain expected on December 3, the library will be our reception area and soaking room.

The spiritual winds are blowing,

Silicon Valley Healing Rooms

Meet at:

First Presbyterian Church of Santa Clara

2499 Homestead Rd. Santa Clara, CA

on the corner of San Tomas and Homestead


Open Hours: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays: December 3 & 17, 2019, January 7 & 21, February 4 & 18, 2020.

Open Hours: 11 am – 1 pm and also 7 pm – 9 pm.

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