I received my healing in worship!

When I was around 14 l injured my shoulder in a bike accident. I had dislocated it and the pain was intense. I had injured my rotator cuff and had tendon damage that would never heal. Over the years it was prone to re-injury and would occasionally pop out of socket and again the pain was almost unbearable. It would return to normal position, however, the pain and tenderness would sometimes last for weeks afterward. These instances had been becoming more frequent as of late, and I would wince in pain if I exerted to much stress before it would dislocate again. I had just happened to have an episode at work while unloading a truck, and it hurt. The pain had been prevalent for about 6 weeks and had been so bothersome that it was interfering not only with my productivity at work but was also keeping me awake at night. I had prayed and asked God to heal my shoulder. I claimed my healing even though the pain persisted. That very Sunday during praise and worship, I continued to pray and thank God for my healing. In an instant, I began to feel my shoulder tingle exactly where the pain was most prevalent. Then a warming sensation in the same spot and it intensified to almost a burning. Immediately the pain subsided and soon was gone. After 6 weeks of constant pain, I had relief. At that moment I heard a voice in my spirit telling me to raise my right arm, which was a painful act just minutes earlier. It was at that moment that I knew God had healed my shoulder. It's been two months now and I'm healed!

-Jason Williamson

I believe I receive!

For several months I have been struggling to focus and see clearly. I am nearsighted and have worn corrective lenses since the 2nd grade. I was reminded of Deuteronomy 34:7 "his eye was not dim nor his natural force not abated." So I prayed and believed that the same would be true for me - that degeneration in my body would stop. Then God reminded me of Luke 4:18 - Jesus was anointed to preach "recovery of sight to the blind." I thanked Him and received that word for myself. It has always been God's will for the blind to see. In April I had my eyes and vision checked by an optometrist. I was prompted to look for my previous prescription and amazingly, I found it! my old prescription was -5.25/-6.00. My new prescription was -4.25/-5.00. My eyesight had improved! No wonder I couldn't Focus! My glasses were too strong!

As I was rejoicing and praising God for this healing, He told me that He wasn't finished and showed me Mark 8:23-25. "after that he put his hands again upon his eyes and made him look up and he was restored and saw every man clearly." I am confident that will be the end result. God is so good! Praise His Holy Name!

-Debbie Rease