SVHR Newsletter & Open Hours June 2, 2015

Speaking Life into Our Dead Situations brings the Power of God to Activation
Speaking Life into Our Dead Situations brings the Power of God to Activation

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


Mature Christians learn to stay focused on what’s ahead and keep moving forward.  The Silicon Valley Healing Rooms is a place where people can come in their journey of progress to get a fresh word, get fresh hope, get agreement, get victory, and/or get confirmation.  We all want to see the finality of the goal achieved. We extend our faith, belief, and confidence in God’s purposes for ourselves and those we pray for.   In the process of reaching God’s timing for answering prayer, we continue on by pressing in.  It is through this “Pressing In” process that many other prayer requests get answered along the way. We praise God together that with one “Yes,” there are multiple “Yeses” He is answering.


A woman came for prayer in looking for a job.  The team saw, in advance, a bird flying with her worries over the river next to a waterfall.  She was to trust that all that is needed is at hand.  The woman came in the room and the team prayed.  There was a noticeable shift in the atmosphere of the room, and the woman “felt” the love of God for her at a deeper level than she had ever experienced before.  This is core for believing in God’s goodness for one’s life.  She left feeling loved by God and able to believe God was at work in her prayer request.  Being aware of God’s love brought true peace.


A woman came in carrying a lot of burdens for others along with stress symptoms.  The team saw a bouquet of flowers that God was handing her one by one.  With each flower received, one of the burdens had to be dropped to carry the growing bouquet.  The woman was able to release some of the burdens that day and receive God’s personalized words for her as to how God was working in the problematic areas of the woman’s loved ones.


Sometimes people come to the Healing Rooms seeking prayer for a loved one.  We are glad to pray with them in agreement.  We also teach about the importance of declaring scriptural promises from God and contending and calling forth good things in the spiritual realm.  We encourage the person to keep confessing what God says about their loved one.  Sometimes it’s appropriate to repent on behalf of their loved one.  Studying and praying scriptural truths bring to life things that God wants for all His children.


Harry Truman used to have a sign on his desk that says, “The buck ends here.”  Spiritually, the buck ends with Jesus.  The blame game stops with Jesus.

Jesus is the Lamb of God.  He is the sacrificial lamb. He takes away the sins of the world.  John 1:29.  He is the final scapegoat for everything.  Leviticus 16:10.  He also bore out griefs.  He carried our sorrows.  Isaiah 53:4.  Ultimately, He caused the iniquity of us all to fall on Him.  Isaiah 53:6.  He took the scourging we deserved.  By His scourging we are healed.  Isaiah 53:5.  He rendered Himself as a guilt offering.  Isaiah 53:10.

Least we think this claim was an accidental inclusion in the Bible, it is written again in the New Testament, with the knowledge of how God fulfilled it.  “He Himself bore our sins in His body on the cross, that we might die to the sin and live to righteous; for by His wounds you were healed.  For you were continually straying like sheep, but now you have returned to the Shepherd and Guardian of your souls.”  1 Peter 2:24-25.

As Christians, we come to Jesus as our Shepherd and Guardian of our souls.  It is from this redeemed perspective that we pray for healing for ourselves and others.  The course of sickness is reversed at the cross.


We know the Lord uses your prayers to soften hearts before people arrive.  And we know that the Lord uses your prayers to seal the prayers prayed as the answers continue to arrive in fullness even after they leave the Healing Rooms.  Keep up the good work.

We continue to minister to people with underlying trauma issues.   We’ve observed that there can be memory loss from the spirit of trauma.  As you pray, see if our Lord reveals anything further.


 Open Hours:  1st & 3rd Tuesdays (June 2 & 16, July 7 & 21 ) 11 am – 1 pm AND 7 pm – 9 pm open hours

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