John 7:37-39

March 5, 2013

On the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out, saying, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. He who believes in me, as the Scripture has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.” But this he spoke concerning the Spirit, whom those believing in him would receive; for the Holy Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified. (John 7:37-39)
      Jesus, we pra that the living water of your Holy Spirit will flow out of our hearts to others.

      Father, I thirst for more of you in my life.

      Holy Spirit, increase my faith and belief in Jesus and new in our day the wonders of your Pentecost. Thank you.

Tuesday: 78:1-39; *; 78:40-72; Jer. 7:21-34; Rom. 4:13-25; John 7:37-52
Wednesday: 119:97-120; *; 81, 82; Jer. 8:18-9:6; Rom. 5:1-11; John 8:12-20

      Notes from the Front Line

***** From: Bishop Dan Herzog
Sent: Saturday, March 2, 2013
Subject: Revival Magazine

***** From: Deacon alan Hart
Sent: Monday, March 4, 2013
Subject: PRAYER TABLE REPORT ST. ANN’S OF AMSTERDAM (Monday, March 4, 2013; 10-10:30 a.m. in front of our church on Division Street. One of the coldiest, windiest mornings we have had for the prayer table all winter. Very little foot traffic as a result. The wind was blowing so hard the table cover and our wooden crosses kept flying off the table! Muriel Papura and Deacon alan Hart presiding at His windswept prayer table this day.)

WOMAN (no name) — She asked rfor prayer for faith and trust in God to replace anxieties amnd insecurities she has experienced since she was a child. She recently was “stung” by a hurtful remark from a person close to her.

MAN (no name) — Asked for prayer for healing in his knee. Doctor has told him he will need surgery if physical therapy does not produce desired healing, and he fervently does NOT want surgery.

***** From: Nigel Mumford
Sent: Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Subject: Praise report…
Dateline: St.Marks, Geneva, Ill. 2 March 2013
      While speaking at conferences I often tell the story of my mentor Francis Macnutt. He was at a large healing conference and picked out a very tall man. He placed him in in the aisle saying this is how NOT to pray. He then ran at him smacking him on the forehead, shouting,
      “Be healed in the name of Jesus.”
      The man fell to the floor. Everyone laughed. He was making a point about TV evangelism. His point, you don’t need to make a performance of this, it is a quiet and gentle process. A week later Francis got a letter from the tall man saying that he was totally healed of cancer! We must not limit what God can do!
      Well, this least weekend, at St. Marks, Genevia, Ill. I picked out of the congregation a man called Bob. Bob is six foot six and I demonstrated what Francis did. Shouting, “Be healed in the name of Jesus…”
      After preaching on Sunday, I met both Bob and his wife they told me that he realized his back had been healed sitting in the pew at the healing service.
      There is power in the name of Jesus.
      This just in from Bob, I’ve had chronic back pain for almost 20 years and after herniating two disks last spring, things got worse. The doctors suggested daily physical therapy exercises and stretching which I’ve done for a year, but day-to-day activities still lead to a lot of back pain. However, after attending the Healing Service, the tightness and stiffness immediately disappeared. The last two nights, I slept peacefully rather than tossing and turning all night which is great! God does perform miracles… After all the back problems I’ve had, I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to do a lot of the fun dad things (basketball, golf, car repair, etc.) with my two sons due to the pain that those activities caused. Turns out, healing me was no big deal for God.
      God is so good. Let’s not limit God dear friends.
      Blessings and love to you. ~Fr. Nigel Mumford+
      PS. Bob has given me permission to use his name and has proof read this report.

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