Is it too much for someone to believe for deliverance and healing from bipolarism and all of it’s symptoms? Jesus doesn’t think so, and neither do I. Listen to this man’s amazing testimony of how he is putting the message of The Healing Creed into practice and finding the peace that he so desires.

Becky Dvorak is a prophetic healing evangelist and the Destiny Image author of DARE to Believe, Greater Than Magic and The Healing Creed. Visit her at

5 thoughts on “Bipolarism and Healing

  1. Please pray for me to be free of chronic stress and a lot of tension incl. panic attack and instead experience a inner peace in mind and body. Thank you , Julius.

  2. Please stand with me in faith for my grandson Gabriel who is 10. Gabriel is on medication for seizure disorder. Had scoliosis surgery July 2017 & since the surgery seizure activity has increased & are longer. He also doesn’t speak as a 10 yr old. He only can speak words like “down juice, not sentences. Also shots for growth! Thank you, Rita

    1. Lay your hand on him, In Jesus’ name, I renounce a spirit of death, depression over your grandson. I command the epileptic spirit to leave, the seizures to stop in Jesus’ name. I command all pathways in the brain that these seizures have dug out to be erased and healed, and they will not be able to make new pathways. All seizures stop. I release a spirit of peace to flow in and throughout and around this boy. I speak deliverance from all negative labels and the power they use against him. Be delivered, be healed and be at peace in Jesus’ name, amen.

    1. Lay your hand upon your body. In Jesus’ name, I renounce the spirit of death and the fear of death in Jesus’ name. I command the kidneys to be recreated and to function perfectly normal. I renounced these allergies and asthma. I command the immune system to be strengthened and the allergen to be removed from your body and home. I speak peace into your inner body and that you are able to breathe deep and freely for the glory of God and for your good pleasure in Jesus’ name, amen.

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