Published on Jul 13, 2019
Say this prayer two times a day morning and night. To God be all the glory and praise in Jesus name, amen.
Thank you Jesus for who you are. Thank you Jesus for loving me. Dear, lord Jesus please forgive me of all my sins so i can pray with a clean heart,and i forgive everyone who hurt me and i bless them in Jesus name amen. Epilepsy !! i renounce you!! I come out of agreement with you now and forever you have no authority over me i am free from you in Jesus strong name amen. Spirit of fear!! I rebuke you!! I will not!! Fear. fear is not of faith i am a faith person , and you will obey me. GO!! To the pit now in Jesus name spirit of epilepsy!! ,and all fits!! Convulsions !! seizures !! and all abnormalities!! I REBUKE YOU !!! Go from me now to where the lord Jesus sends you in Jesus strong name amen you no longer have a place in me epilepsy and his helpers will leave me Now!! In Jesus name amen. Thank you Jesus for healing me . and i receive my healing in Jesus name amen. holy spirit fill me up fill the voids in me continue to use me and set me free in Jesus name amen!
Amazing People who LOVE JESUS!
Praise, Honor, and Glory to The MOST High God! The GOD of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob, our Heavenly Father…has done it again! The CURE for CANCER and EVERYTHING ELSE IS COMPLETELY FREE! It’s simply The Power of The Holy Spirit and The NAME OF JESUS CHRIST!
The LORD has blessed me tremendously through this beautiful praise report that I am sharing with you as an obedient vessel who God blessed with THE TRUTH!
Scrolling through a Facebook intercessory prayer group one day in November I ran across a prayer request from a Sister in Jesus who at that time had a lump on her neck. God wanted to reach her and move, so He blessed me to reach out to this woman and share a couple of things. 1. Curry Blake’s Divine Healing Techniques on YouTube 2. Keys to The Kingdom Deliverance Ministry prayer against Cancer.
The results were Fabulous.
How GREAT is our GOD!?!?
God had me originally reach out to Sister Nikki on November 28th.
Thursday, December 13, 2018 God had Nikki reach out to me!
I forgot to update you! That lump on my thyroid is completely gone. Actually it was gone last week. Thank you for your prayers.”
Praise GOD! He IS Awesome!
THE LORD WANTS to give perfect health to all of us. Jesus took EVERYTHING for us. God wants us to live the blessed abundant life and not be cursed! So many churches don’t teach on deliverance ministry and generational curses. This is displeasing to God. His People are truly perishing for lack of knowledge. What God blessed me to do was start a spark. Sparks create bigger FIRES! REVIVAL IS NOW.
Please check out Keys’ Generational Curse Breaker HERE for yourself. It’s a game changer!
Love you all! Be blessed abundantly tonight and always in JESUS NAME!
God is NO RESPECTER of persons! He wants to BLESS YOU, Dearest Readers! Whatever your troubles may be…
I LOVE THIS… Please remember it and be sure and cry out IN JESUS NAME! 🙂
Psalm 34:19 King James Version (KJV)
19 Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the Lord delivereth him out of them all.
No matter where you are or what kind of situation you may be in, JESUS IS ENOUGH.
Praise The LORD for this video with Brother Reginald Soto of Patterson, California!
Published on Nov 9, 2018
So…today I heard somebody speaking in excitement, saying “RFID!!!” on the television in my mom’s living room. I had to look back and make sure it was real. This was the FIRST time I’d ever heard that on regular television. It was an ad for a magnetic wallet.
I am very much in the know with world news and what’s up…but I guess I was absent that day concerning RFID blocking wallets.
For example, check out this one on Amazon.com
Ohuhu® Aluminum Wallet Credit Card Holder With RFID Protection, Pink
One of its key benefits:
- Blocks RFID scanning of your cards by thieves, and excellent protection of data chips in the cards from electro-magnetic radiation
This wallet is barely over the price of a fast food Value Meal.
I have seen that there are human beings that have already had an RFID chip implanted in their bodies (hands) to make life easier and what not…
According to idstronghold.com
“Radio Frequency Identification, is the technology that lets you simply wave your credit, debit, transit, identification card, passport or license in front of a nearby scanner instead of having to slide the magnetic stripe through it. It’s a fairly simple concept. The electronic scanner sends a signal that an antenna in the card receives and uses to activate the RFID chip. Unfortunately, criminals with minimal technical skills can construct their own RFID readers with a few simple supplies. These devices can steal your private financial information quickly and silently—all the perpetrator needs to do is come near your wallet with the hidden card reader. And the worst part is the cards don’t have an off switch.”
There’s a security risk with these cards…so maybe the actual implanting of the chips will soon be pushed on the public for true security or whatever?
Growing up in the nineties I recall rumors of some chip being implanted in the human body as the future Mark of The Beast (as referred to in Revelation in the Holy Bible).
Revelation Chapter 13
16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number [is] Six hundred threescore [and] six.
I’m just amazed! I see Bible Prophecy jumping right off the pages! Most of the world is spiritually asleep or unaware of what’s taking place right now and what’s coming. The story of Man and God’s Creation on earth is coming to a close.
Do you know Jesus?
Prayer Request, everyone!
Christian Singer/songwriter Jamie-Grace and her family are going through a lot right now. Her mother Mona Harper, is in so much pain with pudendal neuralgia. My heart goes out to Jamie-Grace. I have watched my mother suffer in great pain too with another health problem. Let’s remember Mrs. Harper in prayer that God will see her through this and be behind the scenes in all of her treatment.
Most recent update:
6 Hours ago
updated on my mom… all I can do is look up… my view from laying in the bed with mom this morning. she and dad got in around 6am from the hospital. I used to think being discharged from the hospital was he ultimate victory but since this journey began I’m learning that’s not always the case.
my mom has a rare condition called #pudendalNeuralgia. most everytime she goes to the ER (she has chronic, unbearable pain…) I hear her trying to explain what her condition is and what it’s like – to doctors. I know they may often be doing the best that they can but when you’ve heard someone in the medical field say they’re sending your ill mom home from the ER because they don’t know what else to do… when pain clinics won’t take on her case after she’s been on countless waiting lists… I can’t even begin to explain where our family is right now.
we love Jesus. we love Him dearly. and we KNOW God has a plan but my goodness the road to seeing it all isn’t close to easy. thank you for praying… thank you for loving on us… and I’ll be blunt and say that if ANYONE has ANY connections to a doctor or clinic that would be willing to help us… please let us know… email@example.com / My parents continue to be the most incredible fighters I know… Pastoring our church, managing @itsmorganmusic and I and being so devoted to eachother during this time… I don’t know how to end this… I don’t really know what else to say… All I can do is look up…
Facebook post by Jamie-Grace 22 hours ago.
“my parents are currently at the hospital… your continued prayers are always appreciated… my mom is stable, this is another part of our journey smile emoticon here is her post..: #Repost @mamamonaharper
Taken to the hospital via ambulance. Prayers needed. This picture was from yesterday when I worshipped God like it was my first and last time…as usual. Comforted by my husband’s words from on high… Even though the battle is the Lord’s you still have to show up. I decided some time ago that I would be dressed up for the battle.
#prettywithathorn ////////// This is Jamie Grace again, please, before you comment “what’s wrong?” please visit imafighter.org/mamamona for her story. at this time that’s the best info I can offer you, thanks
You can read Mrs. Harper’s Story below.
“My Mom’s Fight by Jamie Grace”
She fights with her hair & make up done, her favorite pumps and dress and with a constant assurance that her Faith is the drive for her fight. You would never know my mom was facing a battle unless you were to ask and the height it all began in January.
Over the last 5 years my mom has faced various health challenges and last year was diagnosed with a rare condition called pudendal neuralgia. As a result of her condition she began struggling with every day tasks some as simple as walking or sitting up. As a manager in the music industry and a pastor alongside my dad she began working primarily from home and making adjustments as to not overwork herself however if you’ve ever met my mom (or me, the jr version) then you know that’s a challenge. Over the years she has been a mom (“mama mona”) to the motherless, a friend to the friendless, a teacher to the teacherless (she started a private school and a homeschool co op when i was in grade school) and just about everything else she could become to serve others. It’s not my mom’s norm to have to fight for her own life. She’s used to fighting for everyone else’s.
As with any medical condition our family, and many of our friends, spent forever on the good ole Google trying to find a cure for mom’s condition. It has many complications and while the risk for her life is not close to being the highest, the quality of life is one of the most common adjustments. Additionally, barely any doctors even know about pudendal neuralgia and all of the ones we could find had waiting lists longer than anything. Eventually we found a doctor in Boston willing to take mom’s case and try an experimental surgery. It took months to get the appointment and in January my dad took off work, my grandma (his mom from Texas who, to my heart’s break, isn’t a Cowboys fan but that’s another post) flew to Boston and the three of them embarked on a journey with mom.
My sister Morgan and I flew in the day after the surgery and flew out that next morning, we (along with my tour manager/brother in law) were on a tour called The Roadshow and could only be we with her for a few hours. However, I could see the hope in her eyes. I could see the peace in my dad’s. I could see the compassion in my grandmother’s. I could see the kindness in the eyes of the nurses and the friends (Duncans, we love you) who had picked us girls up from an airport an hour away to make sure we got to the hospital to see our mom. There were so many positive emotions in that room. It was hard to think she had just been through a 5 hour nerve-related surgery. Or maybe it was the obvious.
Considering mom’s condition, her physical recovery post surgery could be up to 5 years.
Typically when I say that to friends who ask “how’s your mom?” I see them tense up and slowly nod. Acting as though they were completely expecting that answer. They immediately resort to, “but your mom’s a fighter…” or “I’ll be praying for her” which I love, mom loves, and we appreciate more than anything. But the reality is, being a fighter doesn’t always mean that the battle is coming to an end. Sometimes it means you’re halfway through, sometimes it means it’s only begun and in many cases it means that you don’t know where you are but you know it’s still worth the fight.
Over the last few months we have had the most extreme of many situations. I have seen my mom cry more than any daughter should have to. I have seen my dad hold her when many husbands would’ve walked away. I have seen my mom laugh at the smallest moments and learn how to sit at home watching cable television (She literally hates sitting at home and does not like watching TV too much. She’s usually out starting after school programs, visiting and encouraging inmates and decorating houses for low income families – not kidding). I have seen my mom’s management company grow with more staff members and interns who are incredible at working with her to get the job done.
Through the pain, tears, fear, frustration, confusion… I’ve witnessed joy, true love, compassion, peace, loyalty, Faith… seeing my mom go to church for the first time in months. Watching her learn how to walk again, using her walker proudly. Seeing her learn to sit up again. Seeing her realize she has to stand more than sit so watching my dad request bar stool tables at restaurants because he refuses to sit without her. Seeing my brother in law and sister move back home for the last year and a half to be near her. Seeing our church members bring over dinner when they know the kids are out of town. Seeing the NOW guys and my band/crew love my mom when her own kids aren’t home. Just two nights ago, seeing some of her closest friends and family members gather at my house for her birthday party. Not only celebrating her 48th, but celebrating her life as a whole.
Yes, there is pain.
Yes, there will be healing.
Yes, there will be freedom.
But yes… there will be pain.
I don’t know how long this specific journey will last for our family, but I know that we serve a King who will be with us every step of the way. I know that He has put my mom’s coworkers, friends, church family and family in her life for a reason and I’m grateful that they are there to encourage her daily.
Mother’s Day used to mean asking my dad for $10 to buy my mom a card and a gift. Obviously as I’ve gotten older things have changed but even now it’s not a matter of picking out something cute for her to rep next time she goes out (even thought I totally got her new cowboy boots…). I guess it’s partially because I’m an adult, but Mother’s Day now? It’s a completely different story. It’s about sitting there with my mom, through pain or joy, and taking in all of who she is.
Her wisdom, her humor, her laugh, her joy, her jokes, (if you can’t tell the lady is straight up HILARIOUS) her advice (about guys… let me tell you… it’s on point), her strength, her fight… because at the end of the day women don’t become mothers for themselves. Motherhood – the most selfless and underpaid position ever – is a job centered around molding someone else into who they’re gonna be. I pray that I’ve taken enough notes and continue to keep my pen ready. She has much more to teach, I have much more to learn, and I couldn’t be more appreciative that my trainer is the most well equipped fighter I know.
She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: “Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.” Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. Honor her for all that her hands have done, and let her works bring her praise at the city gate. -Proverbs 31:25-31
Thanks everyone for praying for our Sister Jamie Grace. , her momma and family.