"In quietness and trust shall be your strength"
On Tuesday Joel and I drove through a nasty snow storm up to the Twin Cities in MN. to go to Sozo Ministry sessions for inner healing. Joel did this as part of his training for Sozo Ministries which deals with inner healing and deliverance, and I went because we believed this type of Holy Spirit/Jesus guided counseling would be very helpful for me in releasing any childhood trauma. The people who meet with you meditate ahead of time on your names. Both of us experienced a deep peace and confirmation when they shared with us (separately) what the Holy Spirit revealed to them to tell us. They knew nothing about us, but GOD DID, and His words came across clearly.
One of the three women who were with me shared a verse and some words that came to her as she was meditating......."In quietness and trust shall be your strength" which God has given to me one morning just a few days ago while I was meditating and visiting the garden with visualization. Then she said, The Father says, "Come and rest. Let me hold you, do not fear."
Well, needless to say, with having received Matt 11:28-30 twenty-three times this fall, I knew the "come and rest" was a confirmation that Sozo ministry was for me! It was very helpful and a bit tiring since my session lasted 3 1/2 hours! Joel had a good nap while he waited.
I am sharing some of my experience because I believe there are others who can find help, release, joy, healing, freedom, and a deeper relationship with our Father/God through this type of ministry. It was so amazing, and the physical energy that came for me afterwards has delighted us. Healing took place and for that we are doing a happy dance :).
As we were leaving the session one of the women who helped moderate my session asked me to sit on the hard chair against the wall, so she could pray for me. She had heard from the HS that I had been in an accident (which I had many years ago and then just a couple years ago). She said she wanted to pray for my legs to be the same length. Joel stood by her and watched as she prayed. I felt my leg move from the hip and upper thigh area and Joel saw my right leg lengthen until it was even with my left. She then said to me, "Jesus is the only chiropractor I need now." Pretty cool!
God desires to make us whole. Being whole, means we are healthy not only physically but emotionally and mentally too. Every part of us is touched in some way when Jesus heals. I certainly did find a new sense of quietness and trust on Tuesday and am so grateful my friend encouraged me to go. In quietness and trust (in God) will be my strength.