THE HEALING ROOMS
© 2003, To His Glory Ministries
Questions About the Prayer and Healing Rooms
"What is It?"
The Healing Room is set up sort of like a doctor's office. Teams of people pray for a short while in private rooms for those who come to receive ministry, teams are made up of men and women with tested ministry, character, etc. We pray for physical, spiritual, and emotional healing and then anything else the Lord reveals.
"Is it a Place?"
Yes, it is place for the sick to come to be prayed for. It is not a church service, but has the presence of God in a real, tangible way. We are non-denominational and are not trying to change anybody's doctrines, enlist them in any church or movement, or promote any unusual, controversial doctrines, we just share the love of Christ and believe Jesus for our healing.
"Can Anyone Come Anytime?"
Yes, anyone can come. We are open to the public. The schedule is on this web site. Presently we are open Thursdays, 3:00 - 8:00PM
(excluding major holidays)
As we grow and expand, hopefully soon, we will open up other days and longer times.
We also pray for the sick because God commands us to in Mark 16:
"And He said to them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.
"He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned.
"And these signs will follow those who believe: In My name they will cast out demons; they will speak with new tongues;
"they will take up serpents; and if they drink anything deadly, it will by no means hurt them; they will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover." (Mark 16:16-18)
"What is the Scriptural Basis for Praying for the Sick?"
We believe the word is the seed, that when planted will produce an abundant harvest. We must first understand God's word for the provision of healing before we can possess the manifestation of it. We therefore share God's word on healing, before we pray, to produce prevailing faith in the hearer that becomes the substance of things hoped for and is evidenced in the manifestation of healing.
"Do You Ask for Money?"
Our focus is always be on Christ, not on the enemy and his dominions. The Bible says we are to be aware of the enemy and his schemes and be on guard against them, but we must never allow ourselves to magnify his presence over that of the Lord's. It is the love of the Lord that makes this ministry work--our love for Him and His for us. It is the reason that we serve Him and the reason that He honors our prayers. We want that love to be the foremost thing that those coming in for ministry see. It should also be the thing that keeps us all pressing on toward the high calling, shoulder to shoulder, shield to shield. God called us together as a team. Together we run the race; with God at our sides, we finish.