SVHR Open Hours November 7, 2017 & Newsletter

SVHR OPEN HOURS November 7, 2017   11am – 1pm and 7pm – 9pm



Healing Waters Flow in all Seasons
Healing Waters Flow in all Seasons


Autumn is here with the leaves turning and the air crisp, and colors changing. This year also brings a shift in the spiritual atmosphere.  As we receive yet another news story of mass murder, this time from a rural American church setting in Texas, one can feel God’s angel armies gathering at the prayers of the saints. It is a season for staying girded in the Word, equipped and ready as we continue to be praying watchman on the wall.


Feedback from last month’s Open Hours…

Q:  How was your experience today? 

“Awesome!  Thank you all.”

“Felt warm in the area of pain and pain reduction.  Appreciate thehealing room ministers, very open.”

“A blessing to be prayed for and loved by the team. Thank you for your love and prayers.”

“Healing continues for me and my family.”


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

“Encouragement and hope.”

“Gave me a word here waiting that He wanted to ‘drench me in His lovingkindness and that is what He did through you!”


“Seeing their faith, Jesus said to the man, ‘My friend, your sins are forgiven!’ (Luke 5:20, NLJV).

Jesus dealt with this man’s sins first and then the physical healing. God gives us forgiveness. Peace floods in.  The individual is then clear for God’s healing to flow in. We see this link between physical healing and inner healing.  When a person comes before Jesus and seeks forgiveness of their sins, God grants this.  And we often see the physical symptoms simply leave the body at that point.  If not, the same prayer for healing usually impacts physical changes immediately.

The pattern is the same.  First, deal with any sin through repentance and forgiveness.  Then deal with the illness through prayers for healing. For those who desire, there is release from bondage to addictions and recurring sins with complete freedom.  First the sin, then the healing, and then the freedom. Often times this is a cyclical process, with freedom coming in layers. It is one way we “work out our salvation (Philippians 2:12).”


Your prayers are powerful and effective. Our team members continue to get stronger as they endure various trials.  In hardships, they lean on God, and come out victorious.  Their faith continues to increase.  And their testimonies give confidence and hope to those they pray with. Their authority levels bless the people they pray with and they see answers. Their wisdom grows. As does their joy.


Thank you to all who came last Open Hours. If you aren’t “feeling” like coming, stop and ascertain exactly what the feeling is.  It’s likely something you are feeling for the people that will be visiting the Healing. Recognize this as a strategy of the enemy and pray against this in your circumstances. And pray against this in the lives of the visitors that the Lord is calling.  Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow.

Let heaven come down,

Stephanie Shoquist and Donna Maranon

Silicon Valley Healing Rooms

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

November 7 & 21, December 5 & 19, January 2 &16, 2018

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