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Today a year ago we found out I was pregnant.  I was really dreading this anniversary coming up, but now it’s not such a big deal anymore.  I guess the blow is softened by the fact that I’m pregnant again.  But I could have been pregnant anyway with number 2 now, and that is sad.  I know having children about a year apart is  not ideal, but possible.  My sister and I only differ with almost 14 months, and my parents have always said that it was a bit rough having 2 babies so close together, but only for about 2 years or so and then we kept each other busy.  And we are actually very close, because we are so close in age…  So we loved it!

I am going for my second Intralipid drip today.  I want to explain why here – yes, I believe that God healed me completely and that I actually don’t need any medication, but I had spotting on the same day I found out what my second beta was.  It started already before I went for the blood test and I phoned the sister at our clinic at 7am, to tell her about it.  She suggested that I test my progesterone level as well, and it was 37.  They say that it was fine – that they wanted it to be more than 30, but that the FS felt that it would be safer to take
Utrogestan (progesterone) and get 3 Intralipid drips, each 2 weeks apart, so at 4 weeks, 6 weeks and 8 weeks.

I decided to go for it as the main reason was to keep me from worrying. I had heard a teaching from An.drew Wom.mack not long before, about faith and there he said that it is possible to have faith, but at the same time doubt.  Now doubts, worry and stress are how you give the devil power over you. He compared it to having 2 horses of the same size and strength and to put a rope on each one and have them pull that rope into opposite directions.  The end result will be that those horses will get nowhere, because they are equally strong.  Their strength is cancelled out and they will stand still.  If you have faith and you doubt at the same time you will see no results of your faith.  The doubt or worry will cancel it out.

So although I believe I am healed, neither the progesterone nor the Intralipid drip will be harmful, but it will keep me from stressing and worrying whether I actually need it or not.  I decided that it’s worth it just to keep my mind at peace.  Also I really don’t believe medicine, doctors and medical interventions are taboo.  God’s way is best obviously, because some medications or treatments can have side effects or harm you, and the doctors are human and can make mistakes.

Like my mom for instance – she wanted to go for the radiation and chemo, she believed that God would heal her that way, and I will never discourage someone from doing treatment like that, but she did get damage in her colon from her first radiation.   Now we have to believe that God will heal her colon, because the doctors say it is almost impossible for the colon to heal itself with that kind of damage, and there is no medication that will help. But there might be people who believe God can heal them completely from cancer and they might refuse chemo and radiation and their faith might be strong enough to get healed and that is also OK!  See it all depends on what you have faith for…

On the pregnancy front the morning sickness has kicked in – I haven’t vomited, but I am so queasy and nauseous, and totally off most food.  Just the thought of food makes me feel ill, but I’m not complaining.  It’s actually comforting to me to have that constant reminder that I’m pregnant.  I’m also sensitive to smells, and o, so tired most of the time!  I want to go to bed earlier at night, I battle to get out of bed in the morning and I want to take a nap in the afternoon.  I don’t take a nap every day, it’s not possible, but I wish I could.

Shumi is also looking a bit better – he looks interested in things around him again.  He and KT are actually playing again and last night Shumi decided he wanted to play with DH and did he go bonkers!  He is getting some more sleep in during the day at least – we found that he is most comfortable lying on the couch – so he is allowed to sleep on the couch – one thing we never allowed before.   Anything to help him feel better…

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God’s Will:

So often people think or say that it might not be God’s will for someone to have children for instance.  I’m sure most of you can relate to that.  I know I wondered for many years if it’s God’s will for us to have children.  I also know some people say things like, “well, maybe it’s not God’s will for you to have a baby.”

An.drew Wom.mack says, “If it was just up to God’s will if we should have children or not then prostitutes, unwed mothers, drug addicts, people that would abuse their children, none of them would ever have children.  It is not God’s will for people to sin, so to conceive a child out of wedlock for instance, is also not God’s will.  If it was just up to God’s will and if God was directly controlling all of this, those people would never get pregnant!”

God gave power to us humans – authority over the earth.  Genesis 1:26 (NIV):  26 Then God said, Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.”  God also blessed us to have children.  Genesis 9:7 (NIV):  7As for you, be fruitful and increase in number; multiply on the earth and increase upon it.”

So it is clear that God gave us authority over all the earth, but that means that He has taken some of His authority away.  That means that He wants us to do certain things, that is our responsibility and He won’t interfere with those things where He has given His authority over to us.

If we humans co-operate with the natural laws, we will get pregnant and have children.  If a woman has intercourse with a man without using birth control most of the time she will get pregnant whether she is married or not, whether she would be a good mother or not, whether she abuses her body or not.

If we look in the Bible to Abraham, Sarah and Ishmael – Ishmael was not part of God’s original plan for Abraham.  He had a better plan, but they got impatient and made their own plan. God still blessed Ishmael after Abraham asked Him to, but Ishmael was never part of God’s plan.  So Ishmael should never have been born if everything works just according to God’s will.  It doesn’t mean that those children that are born outside God’s will, that God doesn’t love them or don’t want to bless them.

I think the opposite is therefore also true.  If children are born outside of God’s will then some people might not have children, although it was God’s will for them to have children.  I think a lot of infertile couples are missing out on babies that they were supposed to have had.  I know sickness, disease, infertility, miscarriages, etc are not part of God’s will, so I’m sure a lot of babies never get born, because for some reason the devil manages to steal, kill and destroy.  (John 10:10) I realize now that it was never God’s will for me to miscarry either of our 2 babies, so I believe that means that God had plans for those 2 babies of ours.

That is sad, incredibly sad.  I wish I could tell every single couple who are struggling to conceive that God wants them to have babies.  That God cannot wait to bless them, and that they must just receive it. That it’s not necessary to be miserable and long for children and have AF arrive month after month.  That  we don’t have to wait on God, because God is waiting on US!

It doesn’t matter what is wrong with you – nothing is impossible for God!  God is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, and He is no respecter of persons and that all the same miracles that happened in the Bible is still possible today!

Yet a lot of people don’t believe any of that, and a lot of them are Christians, or they say they are, yet they don’t know God at all. They have been deceived by the devil so much, they believe all the religious lies that the devil has told them about, “Maybe it’s not God’s will for us to have a baby,”  or “God’s timing is perfect and I’ll get pregnant when God decides,” or “Maybe I need to learn a lesson first,” or ‘I’m waiting on God…”

When will you be desperate enough, or fed up with your situation and decide that enough is enough.  Only when I got to that stage, when I was willing to do anything for God, to humiliate myself publically if things  were not going to work out as I hoped, and trust God completely that He would come through for me – that was when I got my breakthrough.  You have to put your foot down and get to know God personally, learn what He wants for you and how He wants to bless you, and decide to stop letting the devil steal, kill and destroy.  As long as you allow the devil to get away with it, that is how long he will stick around. You have to get mad at the devil – An.drew Wom.mack calls it righteous indignation – we are in a war and as long as we don’t fight back we will lose the battle!

So it is up to you.  What are you going to do about it? Are you going to stop blaming God and do something about it?

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An Update On Shumi:

Shumi hasn’t been doing so well lately.  He’s had a lot of snot which blocked up his nose completely and because of that he’s been having trouble sleeping.  Because he doesn’t sleep well he is tired all the time, also he breathes better standing up, so he’s been falling asleep on his feet, and collapsing every now and then.   He’s lost a lot of weight too…

I tried to keep my faith strong, but when everyone tells you he seems to be declining its hard…  On Thursday I was getting desperate and I convinced DH to take Shumi back to the vet that took the x-rays last year.  I have to admit I was hoping and believing that Shumi would be miraculously healed by the time the x-rays would be taken, just like the 10 leprous men in the Bible who had to show themselves to the priest (Luke 17:12-19.)

That unfortunately did not happen.  But the vet was incredibly surprised to see that Shumi was still alive.   He checked his palate for soft spots and his face for lumps and there was nothing.  Apparently these kinds of  tumours grow through bone and will weaken the palate and make it soft, and grow to the outside and make visible lumps, but Shumi has nothing of this.  That encouraged us a lot.

Later the vet told us the tumour is still there, on the left side of his face deep inside his nose or nasal cavities, and it is bigger than last year. He tried to tell us it is bad news, but we just couldn’t see it that  way.  In 9 months the tumour has grown, but Shumi should have been dead a long time already, according to what I have read up on the internet and both the vets’ opinions.  The soft palate and the lumps on his face have not manifested, so we see this still as a miracle.  DH is as a matter of fact convinced that there might be a tumour, but that the cancer is dead.

I was so touched by one of our neighbours – they live close to us and this couple is one of those that Shumi and KT visit often.  While Shumi was still at the vet, they noticed he wasn’t home. They missed him, because he usually greets them when they come home.   So just before we left to go fetch Shumi they saw me and called me over.

The lady said that they have discussed matters and that they love Shumi so much, that he has been such a pleasure to them that if the vet should ever suggest any expensive treatments they will pay half of the cost – no matter what it would cost…  She had tears in her eyes when she said this to me…  Then she begged me that we must never move away, because she will just miss Shumi too much…

Shumi is such a gentle, loving dog that everybody just loves him.  This couple are not the only ones – there are people living with us in this estate that don’t like dogs at all, but everyone loves Shumi.  Everyone wants to know how he is doing and is worried about him.

I saw our vet yesterday, (the side of KT’s mouth was completely swollen, we think she was stung by some kind of insect) and they were also upset that Shumi’s tumour had grown.  They seem to think he might be nearing the end, but they haven’t seen him in quite some time.

People just cannot seem to understand that we still have hope for complete healing. Yes, we haven’t had complete success yet, but I dare say that we have had some success.  Coupled with the miracle of our pregnancy we still have a lot of hope.  We will not give up.  I know God wants Shumi healed, and that He
has done everything that needed to be done. Something is hindering complete healing, but I really believe that the course of the disease has been slowed dramatically, and we just need to get ourselves ready to receive the full healing.

I have always believed that I would be healed first (I might have been limiting God again,) because I felt that all the problems I’ve had were less severe than cancer.   So I’m still searching to learn more, so that Shumi can be healed completely. I hope the Holy Spirit will guide me to the right teaching or revelation soon! We need a second miracle now!

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John 3:16 (NIV):  16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

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If you hear basically the same message more than once in one day, do you think God is trying to tell you something?  Well that happened to me on Monday.  Let me share the messages:

First I read in “Go.d’s Wo.rd He.als” By De.rek Prin.ce about Naaman:  “Do you remember the Old Testament account of Naaman?  (See 2 Kings 5:1-14)  He was the commander of the army of the king of Syria, but he was also a leper.  He heard through this slave girl, an Israelite, that there was this prophet in Israel who could heal him.  Naaman went to the king of Israel with a letter from the king of Syria, which said in effect, “Heal Naaman of his leprosy.”  The king of Israel became quite upset at this and said, “Who does he think I am to heal people?”  Elisha the prophet heard about the king of Israel’s reaction, and he sent a message to the king, saying, “Send him to me.  Let him know there is a prophet in Israel.”

So, Naaman went to Elisha’s door.  Like most wealthy and influential people, he thought he could come to God in a big way that would impress him.  He came with his chariot, with his horses, with silver, with gold, with ten changes of clothing, and many servants.  He had an idea in his mind of what miraculous healing would look like:  Elisha will come out and do something dramatic.  He will wave his hand over me, and I’ll be healed.  But the Holy Spirit knows just how and where to reach people.  And the Holy Spirit instructed Elisha, in essence, Don’t go out and pray for him.  Don’t show yourself too interested in him.  Don’t let him impress you with his wealth and his social position.  Just send a message:  “Go and wash in the Jordan seven times, and you will be healed.”

Have you ever seen the river Jordan?  Well, I was baptized in it on August 24, 1942.  It’s not a beautiful, romantic river.  It’s a muddy stream.  When I stood in it, I had to do all I could to prevent my feet from slipping on the mud at the bottom. 

Naaman looked at the Jordan and said, “That river?  That muddy stream?  Why, in my country, we have beautiful rivers that flow down from the mountains, pure and clear.  Are not Abanah and Pharpar, the rivers of Damascus, better than all rivers of Israel?”  Naaman got angry and was about to stomp away in a rage.  But one of his servants said to him, “My father, if the prophet had told you to do something great, wouldn’t you have done it?  How much more, then, when he says to you, ‘wash and be clean’?”  Fortunately Naaman was wise enough to get the message.  So he stripped.  That also must have been a test of his humility, because he had to display his leprous flesh.  He went down to the river and dipped himself in it seven times. 

It is very clear from this passage in 2 Kings that, after six dips, there was no change whatever in Naaman’s condition.  How easy it would have been to say, “It doesn’t work!”  But he dipped the seventh time and came up healed. 

God demands obedience, and it’s your responsibility to obey.  Certainly it’s God’s responsibility to do His part of the work.  But if you don’t obey you have no claim on God.”

Later in the same book I read this part, which reminded me a bit of the first part I’ve quoted, it’s about the Israelites in the desert when they came to the bitter waters of Marah (Exodus 15:22-27):  “The Israelites began to complain and murmur against Moses.  Think of the noise of all those people complaining and murmuring at once!  Yet in the midst of the murmuring, one man – Moses – had the sense to pray.  And he got the answer.  Let me just say that when you are faced with a difficulty, you can either murmur or pray.  If you murmur, that is your choice, but it won’t help the situation.  If you pray, the Lord will show you the answer.

While the Israelites chose to complain about the bitter waters they encountered at Marah, Moses prayed, and the answer the Lord showed him was a tree.  When he cast it into the bitter waters, the waters were made sweet.  This is the healing tree.

The scriptures do not say that the tree healed the water.  In fact, I don’t believe that was the case.  I believe the supernatural power of God did the healing.  But Moses’ act of faith in casting in the tree unlocked this supernatural power.  This is a great principle in regard to God.  When you want His miracle-working power to operate, you sometimes have to perform a simple act.  The act, in itself, does not generate the power – but it’s the key that unlocks the power.

The prophet Elisha grasped this principle.  He faced a situation similar to what the Israelites had faced at Marah.  The waters in Jericho were bad, and they didn’t produce a fruitful soil.  When the inhabitants asked him to intervene, Elisha took a bowl of salt and cast the bowl of salt into the source of water, and the waters became sweet.  (See 2 Kings 2:19-22)  It wasn’t the salt that made the waters sweet – it was God’s miraculous power. 

Likewise when there were poisonous gourds in a pot of stew, Elisha took some flour and put it into the pot, and the stew was made healthy.  (See 2 Kings 4:38-41)  It wasn’t the flour that made the stew healthy – it was God’s miraculous power.

When Elisha wanted to raise a boy from the dead, he ordered that his staff be put on the child’s face.  (See 2 Kings 4:8-37)  It wasn’t the staff that held back the power of death. But it was God’s miraculous power!”

Later we watched a program from Joy.ce Me.yer and there was the same theme in that program.  Let me quote just a bit from it, the message is about the resurrection of Lazarus:  

John 11:37-44 (Amp):  37But some of them said, Could not He Who opened a blind man’s eyes have prevented this man from dying?

 38Now Jesus, again sighing repeatedly and deeply disquieted, approached the tomb. It was a cave (a hole in the rock), and a boulder lay against [the entrance to close] it.  39Jesus said, Take away the stone. Martha, the sister of the dead man, exclaimed, But Lord, by this time he [is decaying and] throws off an offensive odor, for he has been dead four days!   40Jesus said to her, Did I not tell you and promise you that if you would believe and rely on Me, you would see the glory of God?  41So they took away the stone. And Jesus lifted up His eyes and said, Father, I thank You that You have heard Me.  42Yes, I know You always hear and listen to Me, but I have said this on account of and for the benefit of the people standing around, so that they may believe that You did send Me [that You have made Me Your Messenger].  43When He had said this, He shouted with a loud voice, Lazarus, come out!  44And out walked the man who had been dead, his hands and feet wrapped in burial cloths (linen strips), and with a [burial] napkin bound around his face. Jesus said to them, Free him of the burial wrappings and let him go.”

Lazarus happened to be a good friend of Jesus.  Jesus frequently went to Mary, Martha and Lazarus’ house, and ate with them.  They had seen Jesus do many other miracles but he let his good friend Lazarus die. 

Why was Jesus sighing and being deeply disturbed in his Spirit at what they were saying?  Because He wanted to see faith, He didn’t want to hear how they could not understand why He hadn’t done anything.  He wanted them to believe that no matter how bad the situation was that he still could do something.  Somebody in here needs to hear that tonight.  That no matter how bad the situation is…  God justs wants you to believe, because He can very well still do something.  Without faith it is impossible to please God!

We started talking last night that faith needs to be released – to have it is one thing, to use it is another.  If you have a muscle you don’t use it begins to get weak and it shrivels, if you don’t use faith to all intends and purposes it’s going to be no different to you not having it.  Unto every man is given a measure of faith – we all have faith.  Every time you sit in a chair it takes faith, you believe it won’t cave in.  By and large when you sit in a chair, you just go plop down in the chair, you don’t worry if something will happen, if it will break or not…

I just wish that when we have a problem we could just plop into Jesus’ arms like that and say, “I’m asking You to take care of it and I believe You will, I’m releasing my faith through my prayer, I line my mouth up with Your promises and I’m going to do whatever You ask me to do, and You will do the rest!  Let me tell you, I don’t want you to ever forget this, if you do what you can do, God will do what you cannot do!

Releasing you faith requires some kind of action!  When you pray you need to release your faith, when you give you release your faith with your gift and you need to make sure that you are lining what you say up with what you pray.  It doesn’t do one bit of good to say, “O, God! I pray in Jesus name that you will deliver my husband from drinking and you would save him Lord, and you would change him and that our marriage would be healed.  Amen!”  And then go out to lunch with sister Brown the next day and say, “I’m telling you what, that man is never going to change… I mean, I’m sick and tired of the way he acts, drunk all the time, he won’t ever get saved, there is no hope…”  Don’t tell me we don’t do that because we do!  We just get a whole bunch of this religious stuff, sometimes I think we say things to God just to hear ourselves sound spiritual.  Maybe you need to say less and mean every word that you say, and make sure that you are releasing your faith and understanding what that means.  That if you are going to pray in faith you’ve got to stay in faith!

So here Lazarus had died, and they are bothered about the situation that he died, because they had sent a message that he was sick and Jesus waited 2 more days before He went.  He waited to let him die…  “Well if you would have been here!”  And He went, “Arghhh, you just don’t get it!” 

There was a boulder in front of the cave and Jesus said, “Take away the stone.”   Let me just ask you a question, if He was getting ready to raise the guy from the dead, which was an outrageous miracle because you’ll see in a minute, like, “What’s the point in that, he’s been dead four days, he going to really put off an odour…”  But if Jesus was going to raise the guy from the dead, which he already full knew he was going to do, why in the world didn’t He just blow the stone away?  Why did He tell them to move the stone?  See some of you are not getting your miracle because you are not moving your stone. 

There is a wonderful place in the Bible where Mary wanted Jesus to do a miracle, it was actually really an everyday practical thing, they were at a wedding, they ran out of wine and Jesus was going to whip up some more.   She turned to the servants there and said, “Whatever He says to you, do it!”  I love those few words!  Can I say to you, “Whatever He says to you, do it!”  They got the miracle, but they wouldn’t have if they hadn’t done what He said! 

You’ll get your miracle too if you do what He says, but if you’re not doing what He says then you’re not doing what you can do, because He will never give you something to do what you cannot do, it maybe something that you don’t want to do, it may be something you won’t like to do, it may be something that will be a bit of a struggle for you to do, but God will never, ever give you anything you cannot do, so stop telling Him you can’t do it and just do it!

If you do the little bit that you can do, God will always come through and do the part that you cannot do!”

Matthew 7:7-8 (Amp):  7 Keep on asking and it will be given you; keep on seeking and you will find; keep on knocking [reverently] and [the door] will be opened to you.   8For everyone who keeps on asking receives; and he who keeps on seeking finds; and to him who keeps on knocking, [the door] will be opened.”

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I bought a new book today. Actually I want to give it to my friend G, who has cancer, to help him. I went to our local Christian book store and asked for a book about faith healing. At first they didn’t really understand what I wanted – then they started to bring me books about herbs and spices and natural stuff that help with healing, but eventually they brought me the book Go.d’s Wo.rd Hea.ls by Der.ek Prin.ce. To make sure that the book is giving the message I want G to hear, I read it today. There were a few good points in there that I haven’t heard before and I want to quote a bit from the book for you:

“Jesus healed people in crowds who followed Him:
I believe most of us have a very incomplete picture of the ministry of Jesus when it comes to healing. We envision Him healing people mainly on an individual basis. He certainly did this, but He also often healed large numbers of people at the same time. What Jesus did was to choose a place and time, get everybody who wanted healing there, and do the job from beginning to end. In many cases, He required people to follow Him for several days before He ministered to their physical needs.

The following are some clear examples of this method of ministry employed by Jesus. The first is in Matthew 12:14-15 (NIV):  14 But the Pharisees went out and plotted how they might kill Jesus.  15 Aware of this, Jesus withdrew from that place. Many followed him, and he healed all their sick,

Whom did Jesus heal? The multitudes. But what had they done first? They had followed Him. They were not healed where they were. They had to move to an unknown destination, following Him until He chose to stop and begin the ministry of healing.

Jesus healed people who had no other options:
Next look at the first part of a passage from Matthew 15: 29-30 (NIV): 29 Jesus left there and went along the Sea of Galilee. Then he went up on a mountainside and sat down. 30 Great crowds came to him, bringing the lame, the blind, the crippled, the mute and many others, and laid them at his feet; and he healed them.”

Imagine carrying a paralyzed person up a mountain! You either had faith by the time you got to the top, or you didn’t get there. Then the passage says:  Matthew 15:31-32 (NIV): 31 The people were amazed when they saw the mute speaking, the crippled made well, the lame walking and the blind seeing. And they praised the God of Israel. 32 Jesus called his disciples to him and said, I have compassion for these people; they have already been with me three days and have nothing to eat. I do not want to send them away hungry, or they may collapse on the way.”

Jesus had conducted a three-day healing service, and there was no refreshment. Please understand that we are talking about a totally different level of commitment. I can understand this very well, having ministered in the Third World. The people didn’t have any options. There were no hospitals. There was no malaria medicine. There was no vaccine against typhus or measles. Their options were minimal. It was Jesus or nothing.

Jesus healed those whose hearts cried out to God:
Against that background I want to relate one last incident from Matthew 15 that provides another dimension to Jesus’ healing ministry.

Matthew 15:21 (NIV): 21 Leaving that place, Jesus withdrew to the region of Tyre and Sidon.”

Jesus had been to Galilee, and then He went to Tyre and Sidon. We have already seen that the return journey must have taken three or four days. So Jesus went from Galilee to Tyre and then back from Tyre to Galilee. The New Testament records only one thing that He did in Tyre. One thing only. There is no reason to believe He did anything else. What we find is that Jesus gave more than one week of His ministry for the sake of one woman.

Matthew 15:21-28 (NIV): 21 Leaving that place, Jesus withdrew to the region of Tyre and Sidon. 22 A Canaanite woman from that vicinity came to him, crying out, Lord, Son of David, have mercy on me! My daughter is suffering terribly from demon-possession. 23 Jesus did not answer a word. So his disciples came to him and urged him, Send her away, for she keeps crying out after us. 24 He answered, I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel. 25 The woman came and knelt before him. Lord, help me! she said. 26 He replied, It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to their dogs. 27 Yes, Lord, she said, but even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table. 28 Then Jesus answered, Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted. And her daughter was healed from that very hour.”

It is helpful for us to see that Jesus did not heal only the masses. It is clear from this passage that He would spend a week of His precious ministry to go and visit one non-Jewish woman. What got Him there? The story doesn’t tell us, so I will just give you my opinion. I’ve learnt in my ministry there is such a thing as the cry to God of a desperate hart. I believe that cry does not go unanswered.

Often I would find myself in places where I said, “God how did I get here?” The conclusion that I came to on such occasions was that there was a heart crying out to God that would not be denied. God will change all of history to meet a person like that at the point of ministry. Isn’t He wonderful?”

*Ps. If you want to make use of the resources in my previous post, I think you should go check in every now and then. That list is going to updated every time I get a new resource that will help. I have updated it once already and I know of more things I want to put on there!

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I just want to stress again that you can get pregnant too, and therefore I want to share the books and teachings that helped me the most to get where I am today.  For those who have been following my blog for a long time, you will see that I have mentioned most of these resources previously, but now it’s all in one post.

  1.  Supernatural Childbirth – Jackie Mize
  2.  Divine Healing Technician – John G Lake Ministries (Curry Blake)
  3.  God’s Plan for Pregnancy – Nerida Walker**
  4.  Hannah’s Victory Website
  5.  Christian First Aid Kit – Andrew Wommack Ministries
  6.  New Man Seminar –  John G Lake Ministries (Curry Blake)
  7.  God Wants You Well – Andrew Wommack Ministries
  8.  Blessings and Miracles – Andrew Wommack Ministries
  9.  How to Receive a Miracle – Andrew Wommack Ministries
  10.  Spiritual authority – Andrew Wommack Ministries
  11.  Don’t Limit God –  Andrew Wommack Ministries
  12.  You’ve Already Got It – Andrew Wommack Ministries
  13. How to Become a Water Walker (Lessons in Faith) – Andrew Wommack Ministries
  14. Are You Ready For Your Healing?  –  Dr Fred Childs
  15. God’s Word Heals – Derek Prince

 
** I haven’t read this book because I haven’t been able to get hold of it, but I have read Nerida Walker’s website, blog and I’ve seen video’s of her on You Tube and I’m sure it will be of great help to those that can get hold of it.

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