“From the time I was a young child of 5 or 6 years, my heart was drawn to the Lord. I knew I wanted to serve Him, and as I got into my teen years, I rededicated my life to Him. However, there always seemed to be something lacking and I had a hard time concentrating on the Word. The joy of my salvation seemed to be lacking.
In my middle years, I began to be harassed by unclean thoughts and soon I was very depressed, wanting out of this life. I threw myself into collecting “things” of this world, and I got so overloaded with “things” that I began to hate them. I then went into the antique business but eventually had a severe breakdown in my life. I couldn’t handle anything and ended up in the mental hospital for a week. I even thought I’d lost my salvation. I wandered around for 3 months – couldn’t cook, clean house, etc. I yearned for the peace of The Lord. I cried to the Lord constantly.
One day my sister told me about Isaiah 61. My husband, son and I went to the meeting and felt the presence of God. Through the Group Deliverances, God has delivered me of many things. He will deliver me of more when I go through individual deliverance.
He has released me from the bondage of compulsive buying and I no longer have the harassment in my dreams that I’d had for so long. I can now read The Word of God and He is showing me different gifts that I can use for Him. The Joy of my Salvation is now mine and real. I have been healed in so many areas. Our Lord Jesus Christ has given us the Victory!
Joanne R. 72 Years of age, Mother of 8, Grandmother of 23 and Great Grandmother of 3
Ok, I LOVE this idea and I want to be a part of it. It’s not going to happen toginht, (I’m 2 hours past my midnight bedtime,) but I will be planning on it for next Sunday. You all just shine the love of Jesus. I just read your friend’s meme about her car stalling in the middle of the road, and how God took care of her through it. This meme is such a great way to acknowledge those moments of mercy that He provides to us day in and day out, and that we often overlook and/or take for granted. Blesssings!