Suani Guzman - 06/29/2011
Yesterday, I was suffering from a headache. In the past, they ended up giving me nausea and diarrhea. I called the brethren to pray for me so I wouldn't be double-minded or unbelieving. I had received deliverance before after asking God for grace and the brethren's agreement but, somehow, I had gotten back to bearing with them and that quite often.
So yesterday after prayer I just started to speak boldly against them. I said, "You spirit of infirmity, you do not have any right to be in me because by the stripes of Jesus I was healed and am healed and you will not continue to oppress me". It did not go away right away and I actually felt worse. I was tempted sorely to go lay down and that is what I've done in the past. I also started to get the nausea.
So, by the grace of God, I went to battle again, boldly stating that Jesus was my victory and it was defeated and that it had to leave. I said, "I am healed now and you do not belong to me". Every moment was a trial and I decided to go sit on the porch and not lay down. I continued to stand and speak boldly against this curse. It didn't matter what I felt. I just kept speaking boldly that it would not continue to oppress me.
I went to bed about 9:00 and about 11:00 pm I woke up almost completely well. That is not normal. Normal is to suffer all night until the next day. Now I now what to do if it tries to come back.
Praise be to my Father in Heaven for grace and boldness to stand and for Jesus Who made it all possible. I thank Father also for the brethren, for their love and faith to stand with me. God wants us to repent, believe and be bold. Halleluyah!
(Hebrews 10:19) Having therefore, brethren, boldness to enter into the holy place by the blood of Jesus, (20) by the way which he dedicated for us, a new and living way, through the veil, that is to say, his flesh; (21) and `having' a great priest over the house of God; (22) let us draw near with a true heart in fulness of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience: and having our body washed with pure water, (23) let us hold fast the confession of our hope that it waver not; for he is faithful that promised: