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After my recent post on God’s healing power, I thought you’d enjoy this testimony of how it can work in your everyday life.   Chad, the young man giving the testimony, goes into the grocery store to get donuts when God’s power shows up and begins to heal people. Because he was ready to res…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
After my recent post on God’s healing power, I thought you’d enjoy this testimony of how it can work in your everyday life.
 
Chad, the young man giving the testimony, goes into the grocery store to get donuts when God’s power shows up and begins to heal people. Because he was ready to respond, what he experienced went far beyond what he ever would have expected.
 
This is how we’re supposed to live our lives – alive to what God is wanting to do through you no matter where you are. We need to wake up to the possibilities of what we can do if we make ourselves available to him.

Comments (7)

  • Yeah, it’s always good to hear this stuff and it’s absolutely worth rejoicing over. Great when you see God move in miracle like this.

    I just had a check in my heart when I heard him say that “crutches and wheelchairs and hearing aids are always a green light.” Personally, I wouldn’t assume that because someone is injured or disabled that God is going to heal them. Fantastic if He does, but I favour listening on an individual basis to what He may be saying. Jesus didn’t heal everyone, but He only did what He saw the Father doing.

    Back to what you said the other day about looking on the surface or looking deeper…………

  • Thanks, Seth. You are provoking (again) some good thinking here. I recall being in a meeting with Joni Tada where she related being at The National Religious Broadcasters Convention and on an elevator having a group descend on her asking her if she didn’t want prayer to be healed.

    She was gracious and as I’m sure any of us could pretend to understand how wouldn’t you want to be healed as one of the longest surviving quadrapalegics in the country?

    She still works from a wheelchair overseeing Joni & Friends which does great work in alerting the church to the needs of those who suffer.

    And I guess some things are “tensions we manage more than problems we solve”.

    Love you…..

  • Someone said, “…the challenge is not out there, the challenge is inside me.” Chad is a proof producer. One day, I’ll start taking God seriously.

  • I have met this guy… and I believe this is the real thing. No, God does not choose to heal everybody. But I wish I had even half the courage and boldness that Chad has to at least give God the opportunity by opening my mouth and praying for total strangers way more often. They may or may not get healed that day, but a seed will be planted, the name of Jesus will be heard, and people will be blessed!

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