On September 16, 2016, Ju Zhimomi from Nagaland, India sends the following prayer request, “I get sudden and severe unbearable headache from time to time. Please pray for me.”

I respond on September 19, 2016, “In Jesus’ name, lay your hand upon your spine. Right now, I command your spine to realign from the top of the spine down to the tip of the tail bone. I command damaged brain cells to be gone and new healthy brain cells to be recreated in Jesus’ name. We command the source of this to be healed and made whole. I renounce an accursed spirit of infirmities over you. You be free from headaches in Jesus’ name, amen.”

Ju quickly responds, “Amen, I receive healing in Jesus mighty name Amen.”

I message back, “Now, put your faith into action.

Ju writes back, “I am healed in Jesus mighty name Amen. Thank you for your prayers support. I believe that when a God fearing person pray for me, I will be healed, claiming it as written in the book of James.”

On September 22, 2016, Ju sends me the following message, “Thank you for your prayer support. I am healed in Jesus mighty name. I felt great today. God bless you and use you mightily for years to come.”

What Faith Steps Did Ju Take to Be Healed?

  1. She acknowledged Jesus as her healer.
  2. She reached out and made her request known for healing.
  3. She received by faith.
  4. Her healing then manifested.
  5. She was thankful for her healing.
  6. And she testified to others openly that she was healed in Jesus’ name.

If, you are suffering head pain from chronic headaches, you can be free today, just as Ju is.

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

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