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December 19, 2006

Revelation 19:10//”… For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.”

I hereby prophesy dramatic miracles of healings in and through our youth.

After the service last Friday, 30 to 40 teenagers spent a half hour frantically searching the building for clues that would reveal the destination of next summer’s missions trip. It was pretty exciting, even to watch.

One girl who comes every so often was limping behind her group. After the pieces were discovered, the map assembled, and the country identified I asked this girl why she was limping. She explained and I asked if she’d like it healed. She said yes, more because it was the “right answer” than because she believed it would happen.

I called her friend over, and told them a quick version of the story of the deaf woman in India who had her hearing restored (see the above scripture). We both laid hands on her leg and the girls automatically closed their eyes and bowed their heads.

“You don’t have to do that. You can if you want, but really it’s not that serious. Jesus said to do this, so we do it. It’s not hard.” I invoked the Name above all names, and commanded things to be as they should rather matter-of-factly. “Stand up.”

Fortunately it takes faith the size of a mustard seed to move mountains because she stood up like she thought it had gotten worse.

“How’s it feel?” She paused to consider the question, stomped her foot on the ground and shouted something to the effect of, “That’s amazing.” Mustard seeds are very small, hallelujah.

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