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  1. Praying
  2. You have listed some of those verses that we all do when we are condemning is another good one... Matthew 7: 21 - “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. 22 Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’ 23 Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’ The thing is, God meets us right where we are, and he knows our faults and shortcomings. We are not perfect, nor ever will be on this earth, in our fallen state. Redeemed yes, but not perfected yet. God is faithful to His promises to not remember our sins. We live under His grace and mercy covering, not as a license to sin, but rather experiencing His unending Love for us, providing "70 x 7" forgiveness of sins. Pm sent...
  3. Praying for you. Isolation is not good when you are in a depression situation - I know from personal experience. Is there a way that you can connect with others daily, in person? Especially with a group of believers in person, that you can all share, and pray together? David wrote in the Psalms about "building himself up in the Lord", but sometimes it is difficult to do that. I have a hard time building myself up, and I do need others to help edify me, which is funny, because by nature, I am not a "people person..."
  4. Praying for you - I know all too well about anxiety/panic attacks, having suffered with them for many years. In Jesus name, I lift up bonnieschamberger; I know that these attacks are not of God, and I know they must cease. Spirit of anxiety, I command you to leave, NOW. Racing thought patterns, I command you to return to normal and stay normal. I speak calmness, peace and comfort into bonnie's inner spirit, into her mind. Heavenly Father, fill her with that peace that passes all human understanding. So be it.
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  6. Yes, as Karan mentioned... I'm a guy, and sometimes (well, most times) our brains are someplace else and we simply don't think of these things. Most likely, he did not do that intentionally.
  7. Praying for her speedy recovery!
  8. Praying for you
  9. Thanks to all for your comments. Thanks Kwik. We are dealing with a woman who is not in my area. She is something like 80 miles away. We have went to visit her once. It is a severe demonic possession case, the worst I have ever seen in this ministry. Hers would make a hollywood movie look like disneyland. It is horrific. There is a lot going on, family abuse, ill health, demonic possession. Me and two other ministers are working with her, but we cannot be with her around the clock. She needs serious help, from committed individuals who can assist in this. Too much to write about here, but that is it in a nutshell. Don't let anyone kid you about demonic is indeed real. If you have seen what I have in this case, it would shock you to the core. Thank God there are still some ministries around today that operate in deliverance, believe in the gifts of the spirit and healing. Wake up people, the enemy plays for keeps...
  10. In the name of Jesus, sinus infection, ALL body symptoms, be healed, be normal, NOW. So be it.
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  12. Just to clarify - that verse is commonly referenced, however in the original text, that verse is omitted, specifically the part about fasting. There is contention on this verse, from various scholars. For me, in our healing/deliverance ministry, The name of "Jesus", the name above every name causes every knee to bow. We do fasts, I have nothing against that. Jesus spoke of three instance in the N.T. concerning fasting, and those three do not clarify or promote this concept of casting out a demon by the practice of fasting. After much study in deliverance, and dealing with demons, unclean spirits, this is my position. Others may disagree, and that is fine, I'm not meaning to start a debate over this. I just wanted to present this view, as I have sat in churches for many years, and have been taught this, only to find out that it is not in the original text. Some Bibles choose to include it, others do not. If a person feels led to fast before dealing with demons, by all means do it. It is a difficult position, and I personally don't want to build a doctrine around a single verse, especially when it is unclear when and where it was inserted in the scripture. In regards to the question of the thread; I do not make it a habit to converse with them, but I may "lead" a conversation if they are a bit talkative. You would be surprised what you can learn by listening close. They won't give you correct information on purpose, but they may "trip" themselves up by revealing something by being talkative, and that will give the deliverance minister a huge advantage, and can be the difference between a quick deliverance or a five hour session.
  13. Can anyone point me to a scripture where Jesus is the "sometimes" healer? My Bible doesn't say also does not say that healing has ceased, another popular teaching. It is a disservice to the body of Christ to make such statements. There are many verses to settle this. Proverbs: 4: 20 - My son, pay attention to what I say; turn your ear to my words. 21 Do not let them out of your sight, keep them within your heart; 22 for they are life to those who find them and health to one’s whole body. 2 Cor 1:20 - For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of God by us.
  14. Praying. All disease, spirit of infirmity, up and out, be gone NOW! So be it.
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