Testimonials

Persistent Sinus Infection Healed

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An update from a seeker.

Hi Mitch, 

Thanks for returning my phone call, the reason for it had been taken care off already but it gave me a chance to report on my miracle healing. 

I had in mind to contact you anyhow with the good news when the manifestation was completed ,but the Word says: "they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and the word of their testimony", so the testimony is valuable in that respect that it will speed up the manifestation.

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Soothing Prayers

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I was one of the prayer volunteers in the soaking room and felt that I was to go for prayer.  I had been dealing with nausea before and after meals for a couple of months.  No pain, but a distress leve of 5. 

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Thank You for Your Prayers

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Thank you so much for the hankerchief and the Scriptures.  Kyoko is using the handkerchief every night by putting it under the pillow and over her eyes.  She wated me to send this card to you to say, "Thank you" and "Merry Christmas" to you.

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Vision Cleared

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I came to the Healing Room to volunteer as a prayer minister and also to request intercessory prayer for myself.  I was suffering from a floater in the central viewing area of my left eye.  There was no pain, but my distress level due to it was between a 7 and 8.

After being prayed for in the Healing Room, my distress level went down to a .5 and the floater was minimal.   In the debriefing session among the team members after the Healing Room had closed while we were thanking G-d for all of the work he had done that night, my distress level from the floater went down to a .25 and the inconvenience was very minimal.

I thank G-d for the healing he has already given me and I am standing on His promises for complete healing and restoration of my eyesight.

Kim Haywood
Healing Room Prayer Minister
November 28, 2012 

Hand Healed

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It was Saturday morning and one of the rare days that no one had to be anywhere at a particular time, so I decided to make Maine pancakes for my girls.  

It is a two part process.  The first is to pour the batter into a skillet on a medium high burner, searing the bottom.  Next, the skillet is placed in the oven and baked at 425 degrees for 10 minutes.  Since I just have one skillet that is both the right size and oven proof, I was baking them one at a time.

I took the first pancake out of the oven, placed the skillet on the hot burner to remove the baked pancake and start the next one.

When I went to grab the skillet it to put the second batch in the oven, I forgot to put the oven mitt back on and grabbed it bare handed . . . the metal handle that just a few minutes before had been baking at 425.

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