Jesus’ Definition of a BelieverWhy did Jesus say in his post-resurrection commission, “…and these signs will accompany those who believe: In my name they will drive out demons...speak in new tongues…place their hands on sick people, and they will get well…”? (Mark 16:14-20). Based on Jesus’ definition of a “believer,” wouldn't you agree that Christians without supernatural power are clearly missing out on the exciting Christian journey that Jesus intended?
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Click the above link to see the video of my teaching on healing this last Saturday in San Diego, California. The teaching is titled “Healing Evangelism.” It explains how over 100 people have been healed in the last 26 months, with exactly 50 people surrendering their lives to Jesus Christ in that time frame. Continue reading
I never met this man, but after reading about healing on this website, he contacted me and turned his life over to Jesus that same evening. Continue reading
23-year-old goes to the grocery store for donuts and all heaven breaks loose. He gets on the store intercom and announces healing: Hearing restored (better than before), hip healed, carpal tunnel healed, and many confess Jesus as Lord. Continue reading
We rebuked deformation in Jesus name.
Conrad (receiving a “word of knowledge”): “bones are moving in his chest.”
Me (to translator): “Don’t translate that yet to Miguel!”
Miguel: “I felt things moving in my chest.” Continue reading
Me: “In the name of Jesus Christ….”
It stopped! I hadn’t even asked God for the healing and he healed it right then and there! This struck me as so incredible and loving that I could not stop laughing. It might sound odd, but that God would bring healing at just the utterance of the name of Jesus Christ gave me so much joy.
Victoria kept twisting her arm in amazement. Continue reading
It is interesting to point out that I was less interested in leading Raymond to the Lord than in getting him healed. The security of his soul is FAR more important, yet the physical manifestation of something so harassing (turrets), was the real challenge to me. Continue reading