While sipping on my morning coffee, I opened up my iPad and found I had received the following prayer request in my email inbox:
URGENT HEALING/MIRACLE NEEDED My mom is going to have heart surgery tomorrow 7am. She is 79 and extremely ill..she has 1 lung due to previous lung cancer..previous breast cancer and previous colon cancer..she can barely walk due to a previous crushed pelvis from a fall..numerous blood transfusions from pernicious anemia and Putz Yaeger Syndrome...ill her entire life..she needs salvation deliverance and healing..thank you so much!!
Looking at the date I discovered that this request was sent yesterday and apparently the surgery had already taken place that morning. But since there is no time limitation in the spirit, I went ahead and prayed anyway the same as if it were still to take place.
There is a testimony about two groups of believers who were each given 10 people to pray for. These people had all been hospitalized. All 20 people were healed and left the hospital within days. What these prayer warriors were not told was that one of the groups of people were hospitalized over 10 years ago. Their prayers crossed over the boundaries of time and changed history as we know it.
This certainly gives a whole new meaning to the verse: With God ALL things are possible!
But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible. Matthew 19:26
And he said, The things which are impossible with men are possible with God. Luke 18:27
So after I had prayed and commanded her healing, I responded as follows:
Received your prayer request this morning and have prayed for her. Please let me know how she is doing. Blessing in Jesus,
Here was her response to me the next day:
All went AWESOME they thought she had leaky valve and clogged artery..but her heart was great!! Praise God and thanks for praying!
I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. Philippians 4:13
Franciscus M. Dartee
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