Monday, June 3, 2013

Amazing Answer to Prayer

Luk 18:35 And it came to be, that as He was coming near Yeriḥo, that a certain blind man was sitting by the way begging.
Luk 18:36 And hearing a crowd passing by, he asked what it meant.
Luk 18:37 And they reported to him that יהושע of Natsareth was passing by.
Luk 18:38 And he cried out, saying, "יהושע, Son of Dawiḏ, have compassion on me!"
Luk 18:39 And those going before were rebuking him that he should be silent, but he was crying out much more, "Son of Dawiḏ, have compassion on me!"
Luk 18:40 And יהושע stopped and commanded him to be brought to Him. And when he had come near, He asked him,
Luk 18:41 saying, "What do you wish Me to do for you?" And he said, "Master, to receive my sight."

Luk 18:42 And יהושע

said to him, "Receive your sight! Your belief has saved you. 
We read this passage yesterday morning at breakfast.


 
Our Daughter has had a mild form of Aspurger's syndrome for years.  During the onset of puberty it became much worse.  We had her in therapy and some counseling for awhile but didn't make much progress.  It was difficult for her to control actions, and noises and vibrations really bothered her.  All of her senses were very heightened.  We were very concerned as it affected her whole life and how she wasn't able to be around people she didn't know.  We didn't know what to do that would be helpful to her.  So we and others in our family have been praying for her.  She had an overwhelming desire to be like others for years but was unable to make the changes necessary.
A few weeks ago we were visited by friends from Israel, Abram and Ruti.
Abram heads up seedofabrham.net.
Ruti had made mention to Laurie that she has ministered to children with Autism with some very good success.  I believe that Laurie mentioned this to our daughter at some point.  Then yesterday happened.  Yesterday as our daughter was working on accomplishing her chores she cried out to Yahveh with a heart filled with anguish.  She mentioned she was tired of being this way and desired to be "normal".  She asked Yahveh to do for her what He had done for the children that Ruti ministered to.  She believed with faith that He would bring healing to her as we had read in Luke about the blind man.
Well, we are amazed at the blessing Yahveh has bestowed upon us through our daughter.  She said as she prayed she felt a warmness all over and since then has gone skipping and laughing through the whole house.  She has a radiance about her that she never had before.  She has been healed through her faith in Yashua answering her prayer.  Her senses are not heightened the way they had been.  She has control where before there wasn't any.  She says she feels like a different person, like she is in another world.  She is excited about the coming months as we will be traveling and meeting relatives she hasn't seen in years and meeting new people where before there was fear and trepidation.  She is looking forward to relatives coming to her sisters wedding in a few weeks and meeting her future brother in law.  Another daughter says it is like the fruit of the Spirit has taken over her sister's body and is being outpoured and demonstrated overwhelmingly.
Words cannot describe how awesome is our Father in Heaven.  He answers prayer in ways that bring Him honor and favorAbba El, Open the eyes of our hearts that we may see you and all that you desire to do in our lives.  May You be praised for you are great and mighty and do not withhold that which is good for your children. 

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