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Praise Report

  • Shalom just wanted to prayse the almighty for his provision in our lives. We had a need this month, and we prayed and walked in faith. The master not only met our needs, but he met it over in abundents. Thank you father for being so good to us, even we are not good to ourselves.

  • Shalom just wanted to prayse the almighty for his provision in our lives. We had a need this month, and we prayed and walked in faith. The master not only met our needs, but he met it over in abundents. Thank you father for being so good to us, even we are not good to ourselves.

  • I feel so blest, peaceful. worn out. drained. joyful. grateful.

    I was weeping during choir practice on Wednesday night.

    I've been mourning my children for a very long time.

    The loss of my first child was traumatic. The combined losses of my children is overwhelming. I was six months pregnant with her when she died.

    Yeshuagh brought me such blessed and loving healing Wednesday afternoon.

    My Theophostic Healing counselor asked Yeshuagh to show me my daughter. (the first one that I lost). My heart yearned to just see her. Like a picture. Or through a window.

    Yeshuagh brought her to me. The visual imagery was nothing like I would have imagined. I never expected to actually encounter and experience her. She is so beautiful. Words cannot describe the beauty of her. She knows who I am and is waiting for me. She loves me. She's not dead. She is alive IN Yehovah!!! I didn't see her in earthy human form, but a brilliant white being. Indescribably beautiful. Ageless.

    I could let her go when it was time, I will always cherish that encounter with her and I'm so looking forward to meeting her again when I get there.

    Yeshuagh assured me that she has purpose. Her life and death have purpose. I already know that because of her, two of us received healing. And I was blessed with extra protection.

    I was soooooo worn out from that afternoon, that I almost didn't go to choir practice that night. But I really wanted to be there. The song that we were singing for that Sunday,
    Blessed Be Your Name,
    touched my heart so deeply that the tears were streaming down my face while we were learning it. (over and over and over again.)
    Such love for my Savior.
    Such love from my Savior.
    Such gratitude for the gifts He gave me that day: I got to experience the reality of heaven through my daughter. Yehovah is good. I'm glad He invented music so our souls can REALLY praise Him. Music is so powerful.

    Bliss. Joy. Peace. Contentment. Love.

    Acceptance for myself of myself.

    By the Grace of God I am a Loved, Free, Beautiful Woman, who is Safe.

    I continue to feel so much better today.

    Physical strength. Playfulness and laughter with my kids.

    Peace and Joy. Expectancy. Blest. Delight.

    Strength of will and character.
    Experiencing what a conscience is.

    I am enjoying praising Yehovah!!!!! My heart is crying out with overwhelming gratitude and love.

    That day I was also released me from feelings and beliefs that "there MUST be something wrong with me??!"
    This root lie had twisty tangles that produced lying, sense of failure, shame, unworthiness, a vague sense of deserving punishment, even though I didn't know what it was I was supposed to have done wrong. (very deeply rooted lie.) Thank Yehovah for my friends who encouraged me to continuing Theophostic healing. Yah has blessed us so very much!!!

    That next morning, Thursday, I went to a weekly mom’s Bible study group that I’d been blessed by for many months. Some one brought up the question “Will we know our family members and will the people we love here on earth know us in heaven??? Would God allow us to bond here and then abolish those ties in heaven. Especially mothers and children." Another asked about spouses. There was much discussion among our group about what the scriptures say about it. What people
    believe. What people have heard about from other peoples’ experiences. One lady there shared her own prayerful experience. I got to share my healing experience. I pray that these gifts reassure their hearts.

    When I shared with my Theophostic counselor the lyrics
    to the song that touched my heart so deeply “Blessed Be Your Name”.
    She told me that she had chosen to listen to a CD, out of her 100+ collection, on her way to our appointment that morning. That was a song on it. That she had been listening to it on the way.

    We don’t attend the same church.

    When I shared with my youngest, my son James, about the wondrous gift Yeshuagh had given to me in letting me meet with his oldest sister he thought that was really cool. Then he asked me what I had named her. I told him I hadn’t thought about it yet. We rode along quietly in the car for a few minutes. “Mommy, why don’t you name her “Joy”? Joy was NOT a specific word I had used when sharing the experience with him. But it certainly encapsulates my feelings. So my youngest named by oldest child. She is named Joy. The next morning while we were having our morning praise, prayers and petitions James suddenly added in, “Jesus, whenever Mommy is sad, would you please show her Joy?”

    The first lesson I learned at that Thursday morning Bible study was upon The Fruit of The Spirit: Joy. That was my first 2 lessons. I am so thankful that my Theophostic counselor was humble enough to let Yehovah work through her in our session, that she was willing to bring herself, her insights and experiences into the prayerful session. We were both blessed that day.

    I been blest by another old friend of mine who had recently come back into my life. I chose to share my recent Theophostic healing experience with this same friend. And she shared with me how Yeshuagh had given her a similar experience.
    One on one.
    She had chosen an abortion.
    The images and sounds of our babies being torn apart by "the procedure" leave deeply wounding scars on us. Through these experiences, we each had received the grace of His healing power.

    I have since been given the names of Grace and Micah for the other two babies that I miscarried. I now experience a sense of peace and joyful expectation instead of deep sorrow whenever I think of these children, and with whom Yehovah promises I will be with forever.

    More than 10 years later, after my son James' death, his full sister remarked on how now Joy and James are together.
    "Blessed be Your Name" was one of the songs I chose for James' memorial service.

  • Hallelu-YAH!

    Thank You, Avinu, for arranging for me to be near, to visit with Dad, so that when he needed an advocate, he could get the help. Thank You, Avinu, for opening they eyes of his children, thank You for their good hearts, prompt action and wisdom in providing the best possible care for him.

    I am most especially thankful for strengthen relationships among my siblings. Dad is blessed in their coming together, by their care and visits.

    Thank You for my Dad. He is a blessing my whole life, his love and care have demonstrated to me a lot about Your love and care for me, and for all Your children.

  • Hallelu-YAH!

    Thank You, Avinu, for arranging for me to be near, to visit with Dad, so that when he needed an advocate, he could get the help. Thank You, Avinu, for opening they eyes of his children, thank You for their good hearts, prompt action and wisdom in providing the best possible care for him.

    I am most especially thankful for strengthen relationships among my siblings. Dad is blessed in their coming together, by their care and visits.

    Thank You for my Dad. He is a blessing my whole life, his love and care have demonstrated to me a lot about Your love and care for me, and for all Your children.

  • For the past several months, I haven't been able to get organic lemons locally. It's a staple in my diet (every day) and the next nearest grocery store is 20 miles away from where I live and work.

    I've combined other errands out of town to stock up, but didn't need anything else before my next out of town trip. (1 hour out of my way and $10 in fuel is not very practical.)

    Today was a cascade of impossible feeling tasks, and I felt like giving up and not even trying to get anything accomplished.
    Asking for prayer was the first improvement in my day. (next time, Abba, I am counting on You to remind me to ask several hours earlier, as soon as I need it.)
    Avinu was kind enough that at my first errand today, there was more than enough lemons for me at our local store!
    Hallelu-YAH!